Scriptum 1/ 2018

The winter volume of the Creative Writing Research Journal edited by Jyvässkylä University is already published and available to be freely downloaded both in English and Finnish. Additionally, the call for papers for the spring edition is already open until March, 31

Recetas para el misterio

Published by the Spanish publishing house Anthropos, this book gathers a wide compilation of academic contributions by some of our British colleagues such as Derek Neale (The Open University). With his article El cuento en la academia: mímesis, diégesis y el rol del drama y el cine translated into Spanish for this collection, Neale confirms, somehow, the irony of the title of the book: there is no mystery -but discipline and pratice- in the art of creative writing

The EACWP Flash Fiction Contest

From January, 15 (2018) to March, 1 (2018) the EACWP makes extensive to all writers living in the continent the invitation to write Europe in a snapshot of 100 words and participate in more than ten different European languages

Creative Writing International Summer School in Tallin

Thanks to its every year success, our colleagues from Tallin University will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their annual summer couse. From July, 20 to July, 27 (2018) both the appointment and the celebration will take place, this time, along with the British poet Erik Langley.

exlibris is back!

After twenty years, our Italian colleague Lea Iandorio re-edits this publishing literary project. Even though it is reborn on an on-line platform, the exlibris magazine (now exlibris20) is still touched by the romanticism of those “distant 90’s”. Originally written in Italian, exlibris20 is willing to welcome worldwide contributors in English, French, German and Spanish (by now).

NAWE Conference 2017: A red suitcase and some other tales

After attending to the annual conference (November, 10-13) of the National Association of Writers in Education (UK), our colleague Chiki Fabregat (Escuela de Escritores) shares her experience and personal journey from Madrid to York in this brave, transparent, fun and encouraging account.