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The Resource Can creative writing really be taught? : resisting lore in creative writing pedagogy, edited by Stephanie Vanderslice and Rebecca Manery

Can creative writing really be taught? : resisting lore in creative writing pedagogy, edited by Stephanie Vanderslice and Rebecca Manery

Label
Can creative writing really be taught? : resisting lore in creative writing pedagogy
Title
Can creative writing really be taught?
Title remainder
resisting lore in creative writing pedagogy
Statement of responsibility
edited by Stephanie Vanderslice and Rebecca Manery
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Revised and updated throughout, this 10th-anniversary edition of Can Creative Writing Really Be Taught? is a significantly expanded guide to key issues and practices in creative writing today.--over
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
808/.0420711
Index
index present
LC call number
PE1404
LC item number
.C327 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Vanderslice, Stephanie
  • Manery, Rebecca
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Creative writing (Higher education)
  • English language
  • Creative writing (Higher education)
  • English language
  • Kreatives Schreiben
  • Creative writing
Label
Can creative writing really be taught? : resisting lore in creative writing pedagogy, edited by Stephanie Vanderslice and Rebecca Manery
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
"New chapters on identity and activism Can Creative Writing Really Be Taught? is supported by a companion website at www.bloomsbury.com, including extensive links to online resources, teaching case studies and lesson plans."--from CIP data
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mary Ann Cain
  • "It's such a good feeling": self-esteem, the growth mindset, and creative writing
  • Anna Leahy 00
  • Finding truth in the gaps: a hybrid text
  • Patrick Bizzaro
  • Box office poison: the influence of writers in films on writers (in Graduate Programs)
  • Wendy Bishop, Stephen B. Armstrong
  • Section two: the future of creative writing lore: New voices, new challenges.
  • Traces of certain collisions: contemporary writing and old tropes
  • Jen Webb
  • Section one: Can it really be taught? Influential essays revisited by their authors.
  • Lore 2.0: creative writing as history
  • Phil Sandick
  • "We don't need no creative writing": black cultural capital, social (in) justice, and the devaluing of creativity in higher education
  • Tonya C. Hegemin
  • Introduction-lore past, present, and future: the tenth anniversary of Can Creative Writing Really be Taught?/
  • Stephanie Vanderslice
  • (Re)Figuring the future: Lore, creative writing studies, and the institutional histories
  • Tim Mayers
  • Against reading, 2: or, writing starts here reconsidered
  • Katharine Haake
  • Revisiting charming tyrants and faceless facilitators: the lore of teaching identities in creative writing
  • Toward a digital historiography of creative writing programs in our millennium
  • Ben Ristow
  • Investigating creative writing: challenging obstacles to empirical research
  • Greg Light
  • Creative writing with Godzilla: welcoming the monster to your creative writing classroom
  • Grame Harper
  • Myths, mirrors, and metaphors: the education of the creative writing teacher
  • Rebecca Manery
  • Genre fiction, and games, and fanfiction! Oh My!: competing realities in creative writing classrooms
  • Trent Hergenrader
  • Disability culture and creative writing pedagogies: when having fun together is radical practice
  • Petra Kuppers
  • Polemics against polemics: reconsidering didacticism in creative writing
  • Janelle Adsit
  • "It's my story and I'll revise if I want to": rethinking authorship through collaborative workshop practices
  • Joseph Rein
Control code
948559753
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Second edition, 10th Anniversary Edition.
Extent
xiv, 247 pages
Isbn
9781474285049
Lccn
2016052120
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)948559753
Label
Can creative writing really be taught? : resisting lore in creative writing pedagogy, edited by Stephanie Vanderslice and Rebecca Manery
Publication
Copyright
Note
"New chapters on identity and activism Can Creative Writing Really Be Taught? is supported by a companion website at www.bloomsbury.com, including extensive links to online resources, teaching case studies and lesson plans."--from CIP data
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mary Ann Cain
  • "It's such a good feeling": self-esteem, the growth mindset, and creative writing
  • Anna Leahy 00
  • Finding truth in the gaps: a hybrid text
  • Patrick Bizzaro
  • Box office poison: the influence of writers in films on writers (in Graduate Programs)
  • Wendy Bishop, Stephen B. Armstrong
  • Section two: the future of creative writing lore: New voices, new challenges.
  • Traces of certain collisions: contemporary writing and old tropes
  • Jen Webb
  • Section one: Can it really be taught? Influential essays revisited by their authors.
  • Lore 2.0: creative writing as history
  • Phil Sandick
  • "We don't need no creative writing": black cultural capital, social (in) justice, and the devaluing of creativity in higher education
  • Tonya C. Hegemin
  • Introduction-lore past, present, and future: the tenth anniversary of Can Creative Writing Really be Taught?/
  • Stephanie Vanderslice
  • (Re)Figuring the future: Lore, creative writing studies, and the institutional histories
  • Tim Mayers
  • Against reading, 2: or, writing starts here reconsidered
  • Katharine Haake
  • Revisiting charming tyrants and faceless facilitators: the lore of teaching identities in creative writing
  • Toward a digital historiography of creative writing programs in our millennium
  • Ben Ristow
  • Investigating creative writing: challenging obstacles to empirical research
  • Greg Light
  • Creative writing with Godzilla: welcoming the monster to your creative writing classroom
  • Grame Harper
  • Myths, mirrors, and metaphors: the education of the creative writing teacher
  • Rebecca Manery
  • Genre fiction, and games, and fanfiction! Oh My!: competing realities in creative writing classrooms
  • Trent Hergenrader
  • Disability culture and creative writing pedagogies: when having fun together is radical practice
  • Petra Kuppers
  • Polemics against polemics: reconsidering didacticism in creative writing
  • Janelle Adsit
  • "It's my story and I'll revise if I want to": rethinking authorship through collaborative workshop practices
  • Joseph Rein
Control code
948559753
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Second edition, 10th Anniversary Edition.
Extent
xiv, 247 pages
Isbn
9781474285049
Lccn
2016052120
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)948559753

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