National Writing Day is an initiative that celebrates the life-enhancing potential of creative writing. The key message is that writing is a democratic act: everyone has a story to tell, and you don’t have to be a professional writer to enjoy it as a liberating form of self-expression.
On National Writing Day Dr Nasser Hussain, from the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities, asks 'why write?
In this blog post Dr Rachel Connor, Course Director in the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities reflects on a recent event held at Leeds Beckett to celebrate National Writing Day.
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