New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing
New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing
Journal Title: New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing
ISSN: 1479-0726
ISSN Online: 1943-3107
Publication Frequency: 3 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: New Writing publishes both critical and creative work – offering a forum for debate, as well as an avenue for the publication of the best stories, poems, creative non-fiction and works for the stage or for the screen – in all their contemporary varieties. The journal provides an international forum and an opportunity, through worldwide distribution, to reach engaged audiences. Published in paper and electronically, New Writing has an active interest in recognition of its authors through formal citation that supports creative writers who work in universities and colleges, through conferences, global video-linked symposia, special journal highlights, literary events (including the annual New Writing International Creative Writing presentation), and through the professional and creative services of Taylor & Francis.

Articles submitted for publication may focus on:
?Creative Writing in universities and colleges
?pedagogy, practice and research
?the processes of creative writers, their drafts and completed works
?the history of particular writing forms
?analysis of particular creative works

In addition to scholarly articles, New Writing publishes:
?stories, poems, works of creative non-fiction, novel extracts, writing for the stage or for the screen, and other creative pieces
?extracts from works in progress and discussions about themes and subjects
?critical work in the field of creative exposition, where a creative writer’s method, background or writerly knowledge is explored
?interviews with creative writers, publishers, editors, designers, booksellers
?explorations of teaching Creative Writing in different contexts (e.g. in high schools or in the community)

The New Writing Board is international and includes, among others, Andrew Motion (UK), Paul Muldoon (USA), Jon Cook (UK), Jeri Kroll (Australia), Nessa O'Mahony (Ireland), Katharine Coles (USA), Stephen Muecke (Australia) and Robert Pinsky (USA).

The Editor and Editorial Board invite submissions of critical articles and creative work in any of the areas mentioned above, and in all genres.

Peer Review Policy
All submissions to New Writing are subject to double blind peer review, in most cases by two reviewers.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Creative Writing; Drama Genres; Language & Literature; Literary Genres; Literary/Critical Theory; Literature; Novel; Poetry; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Chief Editor and Book Review Editor:
 
Graeme Harper -  Oakland University, USA 
Associate Editors:
 
Chad Davidson - University of West Georgia, USA
Richard Kerridge - Bath Spa University College, UK
Stephanie Vanderslice - University of Central Arkansas, USA
 
Peer Review Board Members include:
 
Lisa Appignanesi  - independent writer, UK
Homi K. Bhabha  - Harvard University, USA
Donna Lee Brien - Central Queensland University, Australia
Liam Browne  - Brighton Festival, UK
Katharine Coles - University of Utah, USA 
Jon Cook  - University of East Anglia, UK
Peter Ho Davies  - University of Michigan, USA
Dianne Donnelly - University of South Florida, USA
Greg Fraser - University of West Georgia, USA
Jeri Kroll  - Flinders University, Australia
Alma Lee  - Vancouver International Writers Festival, Canada
Nigel McLoughlin - University of Gloucestershire, UK
Andrew Motion  - independent writer, UK
Stephen Muecke  - University of New South Wales, Australia
Paul Muldoon  - Princeton University, USA
Nessa O'Mahony  - independent writer, UK
Robert Pinsky  - Boston University, USA
Rob Pope  - Oxford Brookes University, UK
Harriet Tarlo  - University of Leeds, UK
Michelene Wandor  - independent writer, UK
Bronwyn T Williams - University of St Louisville, USA
Joe Woods  - Poetry Ireland

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Abstracted/ Indexed in: Current Abstracts and Humanities International Index


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