Spectrums and Spaces of Writing

This volume was first published by Inter-Disciplinary Press in 2013.

The chapters in this book provide an overview of both global and interdisciplinary perspectives on Writing. In an era when technology in general and social media in particular has appeared to overtaken academic discussion in regard to how we communicate; the thoughts, research and praxes in this volume reveal that while the concept of writing has changed dramatically in the past decades, the flow of words on a page or computer screen as a large flow of text still remains one of the key forms in which humans are able to crystallize thoughts. Each chapter reveals a particular facet of this process, revealing that it is only through the crafting process of producing words through the conduit of head to heart to hand that we can create and understand the external composite of internal creativity and reveal the power of human reflection. The clearly demonstrates that writing is encapsulated humanity.

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Phil Fitzsimmons is an Associate Professor-Research at Avondale College of Higher Learning, Cooranbong, Australia.

Zoe Charalbous is a PhD student at the Institute of Education, University of London, London. She is an aspirign poet interested in the effect of the act of writing on subjectivity. Her research with a psychosocial perspective engages with investigating empirically the function of Creative Writing Exercises-Games on subjectivity in the context of Creative Writing Studies.

Susan L. Wiesner, PhD, is a 2011 ACLS Digital Innovation Fellow conducting her research at the University of Virginia, where she is a Visiting Scholar in Drama and Dance. Her research centres around intersections of language and movement using corpus linguistics methodologies and motion capture technologies.
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