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Three versions of the real: Finding the human

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

Three versions of the real: Travel Writing

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

Three versions of the real: Out of the ivory tower

After attending our 1st. EACWP Teachers Training Course in Normandy (July, 10-13), our colleague Daniéle Pètrés (Aleph-Écriture) reviewed the three main pedagogical sessions dealing with our common working topic: the real. Originally published in L’Inventoire, these chronicles are a first hand testimony, which depicts and highlights the fundamentals of our full pedagogical journey. Alain André’s “Out of the ivory tower” workshop is the first delivery of this teachers’ training series.

English Shared Futures: a journey into the English creative writing landscape

From the 5th to the 7th of July (2017) our partners from NAWE hosted the English Shared Futures conference along with some other British organisations. Our colleague Ana Guerberof attended the event on behalf of the EACWP board. Here is her exhaustive and thoughtful account of her experience in Newcastle. Thank you, Ana!

EACWP Syllabus

From the 10th to the 13th of July, 2017, the EACWP launches its first European Course for Teachers of Creative Writing take place in Normandy (France). The official syllabus is now available. Enrollments will be open for worldwide participants until June, 30.