Strategies of Silence Reflections on the Practice and Pedagogy of Creative Writing
|Authors||McCrory, Moy and Heywood, Simon|
This unique book takes silence as its central concept and questions the range of meanings and values which inform the idea as it impinges on the creative process and its content and contexts.
The thematic core of silence allows a consideration of silencing and silence as opposite ends of a spectrum: one shutting down, the other enabling and opening up. As a multidisciplinary collection of essays derived from the teaching and implementation of Creative Writing at university level, the contributors consider silence as strategic, both through the need for silence and as something which compels resistance. They explore how writing has employed images and tropes of silence in the past, and used silence and gaps technically. In considering marginalised and forgotten voices, this book shows how writers bring their diverse range of backgrounds and experience to work with and against silence in Creative Writing Studies.
The first theoretical work on silence in Creative Writing, this field-shifting book is an essential read for both practitioners and students of Creative Writing at the higher education level.
|Keywords||creative writing; pedagogy; meaning and value|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10545/626067|
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|Publication dates||26 Feb 2021|
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|Deposited||28 Oct 2021, 12:15|
|Contributors||University of Derby|
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