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Guest Blog 6

This most recent guest blog posting is by Jane Conrad, a regular at our creative writing group, here Jane touches on making writing a regular practice – a theme that is familiar to many of us. 183 more words

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Making it Real

What a great feeling to have reached the point in a project when the long nurtured ideas and plans begin to form and take tangible shape in reality. 204 more words

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Opinion: Why Not All Creative Writing Courses Are Interesting

Creative writing is not new. It used to be a requirement of every student’s education for around 400 years, especially in the English-speaking world. In the nineteenth century, literary education was either weakened, or completely dropped from elementary and secondary education. 963 more words


Guest Blog 5

As  we make plans to start our next season of Creative Writing Workshops, we are still keeping our blog running.

This week’s contribution is a piece by Victor Ibanez, inspired by an excercise we did in the first workshop in September, Victor’s poem elaborates on the image of a lynx… 287 more words

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A Young Writer’s Diary Entries From Mid-November, 1982

Thursday, November 11, 1982

11:30 PM. I’m in my room at the Joynes Center at Winthrop College. This has been a long, hectic day.

Last night I slept well, and today I drove over to my parents’ house at 10 AM so Dad could take me to Miami Airport for my flight to Charlotte. 3,527 more words

Guest Blog 4

Our fourth guest blog posting by Faith is a lovely expression of the revitalising joy of creativity.

Making one’s life into art

The brief for this blog invited us to share our ideas about writing, our writing practice, or anything that is dear to our heart. 619 more words

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Guest Blog 3

We are now half way through our Creative Writing workshops at the Edge Cafe, and I am looking toward selecting pieces for the chapbook anthology we are preparing. 880 more words

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