UPDATE: Creative Writing (UK) (6/1/07; 6/29/07-7/1/07)

full name / name of organization: 
Graeme Harper
contact email: 
graeme.harper@bangor.ac.uk

                       ***FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS***

                             GREAT WRITING
              the International Creative Writing Conference

                            10th Great Year!

Keynote Announced:

The organizers are very pleased to announce that this year's Great Writing
Keynote Speaker will be Lyndall Gordon, the multi-award-winning biographer of
Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, Charlotte Bronte, Mary Wollstonecraft . . .
www.lyndallgordon.net

Great Writing, the UK's international Creative Writing Conference invites
papers/creative work/panel suggestions for this very special 10th Year
Conference.

                            GREAT WRITING 2007
                    Friday 29th June - Sunday 1st July
                          Bangor University (UK)

The organizers will consider creative work as well as papers on creative
writing teaching, creative writing theory and method, nd on contemporary writers
and their work.

To celebrate this 10th Year Celebration Great Writing can also announce:

(1) a celebration of the work of UWB Fellow, Philip Pullman;

(2) Launch of the new 3-issues-a-year version of "New Writing: the
International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing"
http://newwriting.up.to/

(3) Links to, and presentations relating to ARTeFACT, the international
"footprints of creative writing practice" research project, and to the
International Centre for Creative Writing Research (ICCWR).

All suggestions for presentations (1 person), or panels (3 people), are very
welcome.

Critical papers or creative presentations: 20 minutes in length, plus 10
minutes introduction or questions.

For proposals, send to: s.rayner_at_bangor.ac.uk or creative_at_bangor.ac.uk

                            **FINAL CALL**

              Closing Date for Submissions: 1st June 2007
                 
                 Early submission is highly encouraged

This is a very special conference year, and we invite presenters to join in
the celebrations by showcasing the best range of creative and critical
practices in Creative Writing. Ideas for critical presentations might include
papers relating to: creative writing teaching methods and techniques; issues in
creative writing research; contemporary writers and their work; history and
context; structure, style and technique; technology; aesthetics and the writing
arts, creative writing and the other arts. And more! Ideas for presentations of
Creative Work are open!

For further enquiries:

Dr Samantha Rayner, Research and Development Manager, s.rayner_at_bangor.ac.uk; or
Prof. Graeme Harper (Professor of Creative Writing), Director, National
Institute for Excellence in the Creative Industries,
graeme.harper_at_bangor.ac.uk

For international visitors: the Bangor University is located at the base of
Snowdonia (http://snowdonia.org.uk/), 2 hours by train/boat from Dublin, 1.5
hours by train or car from Manchester International Airport.

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