Website Q&A

A creative writing website has posted an author Q&A which they inivted me to complete ahead of the publication of a new book later this year by the Professional and Higher Partnership, based in Cambridge.

The book, Teaching Creative Writing, is aimed primarily at tutors and lecturers and contains dozens of lesson plans, exercises and ideas for creative-writing workshops on a range of topics and forms – I’ve contributed one on travel writing, for example.

Anyway, here’s the link to the Q&A and to the Creative Writing Studies website more generally.

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