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"For nearly twenty years, the Center has been supporting people in sharing meaningful stories from their lives. Our unique workshops assist participants in producing short, first-person narratives that can be presented in a variety of traditional and social media formats. We provide non-threatening production environments in which the process of creation is valued as much as the stories created." (from: http://www.storycenter.org/what-we-do/)
"Creative Writing Studies is an imprint dedicated to publications on creative writing, especially in higher education. The publishing programme includes student guides, professional how-to books, and monographs." (from: http://creativewritingstudies.wordpress.com/about/)
"In collaboration with colleagues nationwide, the Subject Centre worked for eleven years from 2000 to 2011 to support the development of teaching and learning in English Literature and Language, and in Creative Writing in UK higher education." (from web site)
“Short interviews are recorded with people about a book they dream of writing or making. Limited edition mini books are published from transcripts of the interviews” (from: http://www.unwritten.org.uk/about.html)
"New Writing is an annual anthology of new literature in English from Britain and the Commonwealth, subsidised and administered by the British Council and published by Picador in association with the Arts Council of England. It was founded in 1992 by the British Council's Literature Department in response to the strong interest in the newest, liveliest and most exciting of British writing in countries overseas where access to contemporary writing and to books is often difficult. It is primarily designed to act as an international shop-window for writers, but also to be a showcase of new work and fresh talent for British audiences." (from: http://www.tobylitt.com/britishcouncil.html)
"The great thing about Web of Stories is that you can talk about virtually anything you like; the time you learned to ride a bike, the feeling of climbing a mountain, a conversation you may have had with a late relative... the range of topics you can talk about is endless!" (from: http://www.webofstories.com/about)
the Poetry Archive restores poetry to its roots. It preserves for future generations uniquely valuable voices which might otherwise be lost. And it will re-energise, enliven and enhance the teaching of poetry at all levels.