From October, 11 to October, 14 academics and authors of the most reknown and experienced centers of creative writing in the continent celebrated the III Encounter organised and hosted by the Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz (UPSA) in Bolivia. Our president Javier Sagarna attended the event in representation of the EACWP and Escuela de Escritores (Madrid)
On behalf of Escuela de Escritores (Madrid), Lara Coto, one of the project managers of the Spanish delegation, shares a vivid and personal account of her experience over the first CELA meeting recently celebrated in Brussels (September, 2017). The CELA project (Connecting Emerging Literary Artists) is headed by our Dutch colleagues from ArtEZ and Wintertuin with the support of the EU program Creative Europe
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature joined the University of East Anglia’s (UEA) MA in Creative Writing in 1979. For the EACWP, this award is also an occasion of great celebration on behalf of our Brittish colleagues and the rest of our pedagogical community devoted to the Creative Writing teaching. This text -originally published by the UEA- comprises some of Ishiguro’s testimonies as a Creative Writing student as well as some enriching accounts from his teachers
Brussels is the European city currently hosting the launching of the first edition of CELA project–Connecting Emerging Literary Artists, headed by our colleagues from ArtEZ (The Netherlands).
Last but not least, this ultimate publication reviewing Gale Burns’ contribution rounds off the series of the three main pedagogical sessions celebrated in our 1st. Teachers Training Course (Normandy, 2017), which was kindly featured in the French magazine L’Inventoire by our colleague Danièle Petrés. Thanks to Danièle and our partners from Aleph-Écriture (Paris) for this valuable compilation
The full programme for NAWE’s 30th Anniversary Conference is now available online
After publishing the first workshop of our 1st. EACWP Teachers Training Course (Alain André’s “Out of the ivory tower” ), this publication seeks to feature Leen van der Berg’s proposal regarding Travel Writing. Thanks to our colleague Daniéle Pètrés (Aleph-Écriture) the three main pedagogical sessions of our pedagogical journey in Normandy (July, 2017) have been reviewed and published in L’Inventoire, as part of a first hand testimony. Leen van der Berg’s contribution is, then, the second delivery of this teachers’ training series