My review of a book on grief narratives has just been published in the Life Writing journal. It’s a fascinating book by Jeffrey Berman about how different writers have responded to and written about losing their husbands. You can read the review here.
Everyone knows what happiness feels like, right? But how does a writer catch those fleeting moments of joy, pleasure, and bliss in writing? That’s the question I explore in my latest research article, published in New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing. Could it be that happiness in stories often seems unsettling and strange? Read my findings here
My research article on ‘Reclaiming the Past: Exploring the Role of Primary Sources in Creative Writing Research’ has been published in Writing in Practice: The Journal of Creative Writing Research. The article focuses on finding and using sources in the creation of narrative nonfiction and memoir, and how these can be reconciled with authorial anxieties about remembering, reassembling, and reclaiming the past. You can read the paper here.