Writing Fantasy and the Identity of the Writer

Writing Fantasy and the Identity of the Writer by Zoe Charalambous
ISBN
9783030202620
Date Released
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
283
Dimensions
148 x 210mm

This book presents the innovative pedagogy of Writing Fantasy: a method for exploring and shifting one's identity as a writer. The book draws on qualitative research with undergraduate creative writing students and fills a gap in the literature exploring creative writing pedagogy and creative writing exercises. Based on the potential to shift writer identity through creative writing exercises and the common ground that these share with the stance of the Lacanian analyst, the author provides a set of guidelines, exercises and case studies to trace writing fantasy, evidenced in one's creative writing texts and responses about creative writing. This innovative work offers fresh insights for scholars of creativity, Lacan and psychosocial studies, and a valuable new resource for students and teachers of creative writing.
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This book presents the innovative pedagogy of Writing Fantasy: a method for exploring and shifting one's identity as a writer. The book draws on qualitative research with undergraduate creative writing students and fills a gap in the literature exploring creative writing pedagogy and creative writing exercises. Based on the potential to shift writer identity through creative writing exercises and the common ground that these share with the stance of the Lacanian analyst, the author provides a set of guidelines, exercises and case studies to trace writing fantasy, evidenced in one's creative writing texts and responses about creative writing. This innovative work offers fresh insights for scholars of creativity, Lacan and psychosocial studies, and a valuable new resource for students and teachers of creative writing.
ISBN:
9783030202620
Publication Date:
24 / 08 / 2019
Pages:
283
Dimensions:
148 x 210mm

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