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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 [Review] Researching Creative Writing
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'This important and timely book is a guide to understanding and enacting research in creative writing. The text is clear and beautifully written. Its argument is coherent and its advice is useful. Its author, Jen Webb, who is a Distinguished Professor in Creative Practice at the University of Canberra, is perfectly positioned to produce such a text – well known to all in creative writing teaching and scholarship in Australia, and to many further afield. A poet and artist, Webb is a leading and eminent researcher in the field, experienced research degree supervisor and examiner, a past Chair of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs and current, or previous, editor of important journals in the field including Axon, TEXT and Meniscus.'  (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon TEXT Special Issue Website Series The Exegesis Now no. 44 Craig Batty (editor), Donna Lee Brien (editor), 2017 12940756 2017 periodical issue

    'This Special Issue asks: what does the creative writing PhD exegesis look like today? Related questions include whether it is still – and, indeed, if it ever was – called an exegesis across all, or most, institutions; and does it still primarily exist as a separate, written document that accompanies the creative work? Representing a series of key institutions and creative writing academics across Australia, this Special Issue of TEXT draws together supervisors and candidates to reflect upon and provide rich, experiencebased accounts of what the exegesis looks like and how it functions today. One of the aims of this is to start to think about the future of the form; indeed, where the exegesis might go next.'  (Craig Batty and Donna Lee Brien : Introduction)

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