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Creative Writing Studies Bibliography

(last updated September 2013)

Compiled by Janelle Adsit

University at Albany, SUNY

With Ben Ristow

Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Posted by Rebecca Moore Howard

Syracuse University

This bibliography focuses primarily on undergraduate and graduate creative writing instruction and also includes sources on institutional history, workshop pedagogy, and creative writing’s relationship to English studies, as well as research threads that connect creative writing studies to other academic or artistic disciplines. It does not include articles and reviews from the following publications, though these venues provide insights into the process, production, and publishing of creative writing in the US and internationally:

  1. New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing

  2. TEXT

  3. Creative Writing: Teaching, Theory, and Practice (Last issue published in 2010)

  4. Poets & Writers

  5. The Writer’s Chronicle

  6. Teachers & Writers Magazine

Academic Creative Writing Organizations / Other Useful Resources:

  • The National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE):

  • Canadian Creative Writers and Writing Programs (CCWWP):

  • Australian Association of Writing Programs:

  • Creative Writing and Composition Special Interest Group–SIG (College Composition and Communication Conference–annual meeting):

  • Great Writing: The International Creative Writing Conference:

Also see the online bibliography on poetry, poetics, and the teaching of poetry, compiled by Joshua Marie Wilkinson & Ben Rutherfurd at The Volta:


Abbs, Peter. A Is for Aesthetic: Essays on Creative Writing and Aesthetic Education. New York: Falmer Press, 1989. Print.

Adams, Katherine H. A Group of Their Own: College Writing Courses. Albany: SUNY, 2001. Print.

—. A History of Professional Writing Instruction in American Colleges: Years of Acceptance, Growth, and Doubt. Dallas: Southern Methodist UP, 1993. Print.

Adnot-Haynes, Becky, and Tessa Mellas. “Knocking Sparks: Demystifying Process in Graduate Fiction Workshops.” Pedagogy 12.2 (Spring 2012): 299-318. Print.

Aldridge, John W. Talents and Technicians: Literary Chic and the New Assembly-Line Fiction. New York: Scribner, 1992. Print.

Amato, Joe, and H. Kassia Fleisher. “Reforming Creative Writing Pedagogy: History as Knowledge, Knowledge as Activism” Creative Writing Pedagogy Cluster. electronic book review. 5 Aug 2008 < >. With responses by Lance Olsen, Ronald Sukenick, Sandy Huss, R.M. Berry, Marjorie Perloff, and David Radavich.

Andrews, Kimberly. “A House Divided: On the Future of Creative Writing.” College English 71.3 (Jan. 2009): 242-55. Print.

Bahls, Patrick. “Math and Metaphor: Using Poetry to Teach College Mathematics.” WAC Journal 20  (2009): 75-90. Print.

Bailey, Jennifer. “Creative Writing in Higher Education: Towards a Redefinition of Reading and Writing.” Higher Education Review 29.3: 65-69. Print.

Bain, David Haward. Whose Woods These Are: A History of the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, 1926-1992. Hopewell: Ecco, 1993. Print.

Barden, Dan. “A Rant against Creative Writing Classes.” Poets & Writers (Mar./Apr. 2008): 83-88. Print.

Barth, John. “Can It Be Taught?” Further Fridays: Essays, Lectures, and Other Nonfiction, 1984-94. Boston: Little Brown, 1995. 22-34. Print.

Bartlett, Lee. Talking Poetry: Conversations in the Workshop with Contemporary Poets. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 1987. Print.

Bausch, Richard. “How to Write in 700 Easy Lessons: The Case Against Writing Manuals.” The Atlantic Fiction Supplement 2010. 28-31. Print.  [Also available online:]

Bawer, Bruce. “Dave Smith’s Creative Writing.’” Prophets & Professors: Essays on the Lives and Works of Modern Poets. Brownsville: Story Line P, 1995. Print.

Beck, Heather, ed. Teaching Creative Writing in Higher Education: Anglo-American Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. [2nd Edition, 2012]. Print.

Behn, Robin, and Chase Twichell, eds. The Practice of Poetry: Writing Exercises from Poets Who Teach. New York: Harper, 1992. Print.

Bell, Julia, and Paul Magrs, eds. The Creative Writing Coursebook. New York: Macmillan, 2001. Print.

Bellamy, Joe David. “The Theory of Creative Writing I & II.” Literary Luxuries. American Writing at the End of the Millennium. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 1995. 87-107. Print.

Betts, Doris. “Undergraduate Creative Writing Courses.” ADE Bulletin 79  (1984): 34-36. Print.

[NOTE: A more complete bibliography of Wendy Bishop’s scholarship under Ristow, Ben entry below].

Bishop, Wendy. “Places to Stand: The Reflective Writer-Teacher in Composition.” College Composition and Communication 51.1 (Sept. 1999): 9-31. Print.

—. Released into Language: Options for Teaching Creative Writing. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1990. Print.

—. Teaching Lives: Essays and Stories. Logan: Utah State P, 1997.

—. “Teaching Undergraduate Creative Writing: Myths, Mentors, and Metaphors.” Journal of Teaching Writing 7.7 (1988): 83-102. Print.

Bishop, Wendy, and Hans Ostrom, eds. Colors of a Different Horse: Rethinking Creative Writing Theory and Pedagogy. Urbana: NCTE, 1994. Print.

Bizzaro, Patrick, Alys Culhane, and Devan Cook, eds. Composing Ourselves as Writer-Teacher-Writers : Starting with Wendy Bishop. New York: Hampton P, 2011. Print.

—. “Research and Reflection: The Special Case of Creative Writing.” College English 66.3 (Jan. 2004): 294-309. Print.

Bizzaro, Patrick. Responding to Student Poems: Applications of Critical Theory. Urbana: NCTE, 1993. Print.

—.  “Should I Write This Essay or Finish a Poem? Teaching Writing Creatively.” College Composition and Communication 49.2 (May 1998): 285-87. Print.

—. “Teacher as Writer and Researcher: The Poetry Dilemma.” Language Arts (Oct. 1983): 851-59. Print.

—. “Writers Wanted: A Reconsideration of Wendy Bishop.” College English 71.3 (Jan. 2009): 256-71. Print.

Blythe, Hal, and Charlie Sweet. “The Writing Community: A New Model for the Creative Writing Classroom.” Pedagogy 8.2 (Spring 2008): 305-25 Print.

Bogen, Don. “Beyond the Workshop: Suggestions for a Process-Oriented Creative Writing Course.” Journal of Advanced Composition 5 (1984): 149-161.

Bradbury, Malcolm. “The Bridgeable Gap: Bringing Together the Creative Writer and the Critical Theorist in an Authorless World.” TLS  (Jan. 1992): 7-9. Print.

Brophy, Kevin. Creativity: Psychoanalysis, Surrealism and Creative Writing. Melbourne: Melbourne U, 1998. Print.

—. “Speculations on Creative Frenzy and its Biology.” New Scholar: An International Journal of the Humanities, Creative Arts and Social Sciences 2.1 (2013): 59-68. Print.

Bruns, Axel,  and Donna Lee Brien. “Teaching Electronic Creative Writing: A Report from the Creative Industries Frontline.” Web. 12 Aug. 2013. <>

Bruns, Gerald L. “Poetic Communities.” The Iowa Review 32.1: 1-38. Print.

Bulman, Colin “Creative Writing in Higher Education: Problems of Assessment.” English in Education 20.1 (1986): 48-54. Print.

Bulman, Colin. “Devising and Teaching a Creative Writing Course.” Critical Quarterly 26.3: 73-81. Print.

Bunge, Nancy. Finding the Words: Conversations with Writers Who Teach. Athens: Ohio UP, 1985. Print.

Burroughs, John. Literary Values and Other Papers. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1902. Print.

Cain, Mary Ann. “Problematizing Formalism: A Double-Cross of Genre Boundaries.” College Composition and Communication 51.1 (Sep. 1999): 89-95. Print.

—. “’To Be Lived’: Theorizing Influence in Creative Writing.” College English 71.3 (Jan. 2009): 229-41. Print.

Calonne, David Stephen.”Creative Writers and Revision.” Revision: history, theory, and practice. Ed. Alice Horning and Anne Becker. West Lafayette: Parlor Press, 2006. 142-176. Print.

Carruth, Hayden. “How Not to Rate a Poet.” Effluences from the Sacred Cave: More Selected Essays and Reviews. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1983. 11-16. Print.

Cherry, Kelly. “When All Is Said and Done, How Literary Theory Really Affects Contemporary Fiction.” New Literary History 21.1 (Autumn 1985): 111-20. Print.

Chestek, Virginia L. “Teaching Creative Writing: An Emphasis on Preparation.” Freshman English News 15: 16-19. Print.

Clark, Timothy. The Theory of Inspiration: Composition as a Crisis of Subjectivity in Romantic and Post-Romantic Writing. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1997. Print.

Conroy, Frank. Eleventh Draft: Craft and the Writing Life from Iowa Writers’ Workshop. New York: HarperCollins, 1999. Print.

Cook, Jon. “Creative Writing as a Research Method.” Research Methods for English Studies. Ed. Gabriele Griffin. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2005. 195-211. Print.

Cooley, Nicole. “Literary Legacies and Critical Transformations: Teaching Creative Writing in the Public Urban University.” Pedagogy 3.1 (2003): 99-103. Print.

Crockett, Andy. “Straddling the Rhet Comp/Creative Writing Schism.” Writing on the Edge 9.2 (Spring 1998): 83-97. Print.

Dana, Robert. A Community of Writers: Paul Engle and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop Iowa City: U of Iowa P, 1999. Print.

Dawes, Kwame, and Christy Friend. “English 890: Studies in Composition and Rhetoric Teaching Creative Writing: Theories and Practices.” Composition Studies 31.2 (Fall 2003): 107-24. Print.

Dawn, Paul. “Thou Shall Have Balance: The Ten Commandments of Teaching Creative Writing.”  (2007). 10 Dec. 2008 <>.

Dawson, Paul. Creative Writing and the New Humanities. New York: Routledge, 2005. Print.

—. “The Function of Critical Theory in Tertiary Creative Writing Programmes.” Southern Review 30.1 (1997): 70-80. Print.

Day, Cathy, Anna Leahy, and Stephanie Vanderslice. “Where Are We Going Next: A Conversation About Creative Writing Pedagogy.” Fiction Writers Review (Feb. 2011). Web. 12 Aug. 2013.

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Delaney, Edward J. “Where Great Writers Are MAde: Assessing America’s Top Graduate Writing Programs.” The Atlantic Fiction Supplement (2007). Web. 21 Aug. 2013. <>.

Donnelly, Dianne, ed. Does the Writing Workshop Still Work? New York: Multilingual Matters, 2010. Print.

—. Establishing Creative Writing Studies as an Academic Discipline. New York: Multilingual Matters, 2012. Print.

Donnelly, Dianne, and Graeme Harper, eds. Key Issues in Creative Writing. New York: Multilingual Matters, 2012. Print.

Dooley, David. “The Contemporary Workshop Aesthetic.” The Hudson Review 43.2 (Summer 1990): 259-280. Print.

Drew, Chris, Joseph Rein, and David Yost, eds. Dispatches from the Front: Graduate Student Essays on Creative Writing Pedagogy. New York: Continuum, 2011. Print.

Duke, Charles R., and Sally A. Jacobsen. Poets’ Perspectives: Reading, Writing, and Teaching Poetry. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1992. Print.

—, eds. Reading and Writing Poetry: Successful Approaches for the Student and Teacher. Phoenix: Oryx, 1983. Print.

Dvorak, Kevin and Shanti Bruce, eds. Creative Approaches to Writing Center Work. New York: Hampton, 2008. Print.

Earnshaw, Steven. The Handbook of Creative Writing. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2007. Print.

Engle, Paul. On Creative Writing. New York: Dutton, 1964. Print.

English, James F. The Economy of Prestige: Prizes, Awards, and the Circulation of Cultural Value. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2008. Print.

—. “Winning the Culture Game: Prizes, Awards, and the Rules of Art.” New Literary History 33.1 (Winter 2002): 109-135. Print.

Evenson, Brian. “Across the Curriculum: Creative Writing.” Teaching Narrative Theory. Eds. Herman, David, Brian McHale and James Phelan. New York: MLA, 2010. 70-8. Print.

Fleischer, Kass. “Scenes from the Battlefield: A Feminist Resists the Writing Workshop.” The Iowa Review 22. 1 109-115. Print.

Garrett, George, ed. Craft So Hard to Learn: Conversations with Poets and Novelists About the Teaching of Writing, Conducted by John Graham. New York: William Morrow and Company, 1972. Print.

Gedalof, Allan J. Teaching Poetry: A Handbook of Exercises for Large and Small Classes. New York: Norton, 2005. Print.

Goldsmith, Kenneth. Uncreative Writing. New York: Columbia UP, 2011. Print.

Goggin, Maureen Daly. “The Tangled Roots of Literature, Speech Communication, Linguistics, Rhetoric/Composition, and Creative Writing: A Selected Bibliography on the History of English Studies.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 29.4 (Autumn 1999): 63-87. Print.

Gordimer, Nadine. “The Essential Gesture: Writers and Responsibility.” Granta 15 (1985): 137-50. Print.

Gray, Michael Loyd. “Speaking My Mind: Method and Madness in the Creative Writing Workshop.” The English Journal 89.1 (Sep. 1999):17-19. Print.

Green, Chris. “Materializing the Sublime Reader: Cultural Studies, Reader Response, and Community Service in the Creative Writing Workshop.” College English 64 2 (Nov. 2001): 153-74. Print.

Grimes, Tom, ed. The Workshop: Seven Decades of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. New York: Hyperion, 1999. Print.

Haake, Katharine “Creative Writing.” English Studies: An Introduction to the Discipline(S). Ed. McComiskey, Bruce. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2006. 153-98. Print.

—, What Our Speech Disrupts: Feminism and Creative Writing Studies. Urbana: NCTE, 2000. Print.

Hamilton, Edith. “The Teaching of Creative Writing: A Paradox.” The English Journal 23.1 (Jan.1934): 30-36. Print.

Harper, Graeme. “Creative Writing: Words as Practice-Led Research.” Journal of Visual Arts Practice 7.2 (2008): 161-171. Print.

—. On Creative Writing. New York: Multilingual Matters, 2010. Print.

—, ed. Teaching Creative Writing. New York: Continuum, 2006. Print.

Harper, Graeme, and Jeri Kroll, eds. Creative Writing Studies: Practice, Research and Pedagogy. New York: Multilingual Matters, 2008. Print.

Harris, Judith. “Re-Writing the Subject: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Creative Writing and Composition Pedagogy.” College English 63.2 (Nov. 2001): 175-204. Print.

Hecq, Dominique, ed. The Creativity Market: Creative Writing in the 21st Century. New York: Multilingual Matters, 2012. Print.

Hesse, Douglas. “The Place of Creative Writing in Composition Studies.” College Composition and Communication 62.1 (September 2010). Print.

—. “Response to Clyde Moneyhun.” College Composition and Communication 63.3 (2012): 524-27. Print.

Herman, Gerald. “Adapting Queneau’s ‘Exercices de Style’ to Classroom Use: An Experiment in Creative Writing at the Undergraduate Level.” ADFL Bulletin 17.1 (1985): 44-47. Print.

Hilton, Charles. “Objectives for Creative Writing Courses.” English Journal 22.3 (1933): 225-230. Print.

Howarth, Peter. “Creative Writing and Schiller’s Aesthetic Education.” Journal of Aesthetic Education 41.3 (Fall 2007): 41-58. Print.

Holland, Siobhan, et al. Report Series No.6: Creative Writing: A Good Practice Guide. London: Learning and Teaching Support Network English Subject Centre of the U of London, 2002. Print.

Hugo, Richard. “In Defense of Creative Writing: Nuts and Bolts.” American Poetry Review (Mar./Apr. 1979): 21-27. Print.

—. The Triggering Town: Lectures and Essays on Poetry and Writing. New York: W.W. Norton, 1979. Print.

Hunley, Tom C. Teaching Poetry Writing: A Five-Canon Approach. New York: Multilingual Matters, 2007. Print.

Johnson, Amanda. “Empathic Deterritorialisation: Re-mapping the Postcolonial Novel in Creative Writing Classrooms.” JASAL 12.1 (2012): 1-16. Web.

Johnson, David M. Word Weaving: A Creative Approach to Teaching and Writing Poetry. Urbana: NCTE, 1990. Print.

Kerr, Lisa. “More Than Words: Applying the Discipline of Literary Creative Writing to the Practice of Reflective Writing in Health Care Education.” Journal of Medical Humanities 31 (2010): 295-301. Print.

Klinkowitz, Jerome. “Writing to Learn, Learning to Write: MFA Programs and the Future of Fiction.” North American Review 295.1 (2010): 41-43. Print.

Koehler, Adam. “Digitizing Craft: Creative Writing Studies and New Media: A Proposal.” College English 75.4 (March 2013): 379-97. Print.

Kostick, Lila. “Undergraduate Workshops in Creative Writing.” College English 13.6 (Mar. 1952): 334-336. Print.

Krauth, Nigel, and Tess Brady. Creative Writing: Theory Beyond Practice. Tenneriffe, QLD: Post Pressed, 2006. Print.

Kremers, Carolyn. “Through the Eyes and Ears of Another Culture: Invention Activities and a Writers’ Workshop.” Exercise Exchange 35.5: 3-11. Print.

Kroll, Jeri, and Donna Lee Brien. “Studying for the Future: Training Creative Writing Postgraduates for Life after Degrees.” Arts Education 2.1: 1-13. Print.

Kroll, Jeri, and Graeme Harper, eds. Research Methods in Creative Writing New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Print.

Kupfer, Fern. “The Dream, and the Reality, of Writing Fiction.” Chronicle of Higher Education: Chronicle Review 49.20 (2003), B5. Print.

Leahy, Anna, ed. Power and Identity in the Creative Writing Classroom: The Authority Project. New York: Multilingual Matters, 2005. Print.

LeNoir, W. David. “Grading Student Poetry: A Few Words from the Devil’s Advocate.” The English Journal 91.3 (Jan., 2002): 59-63. Print.

Lensmire, Timothy J., and Lisa Satanovsky. “Defense of the Romantic Poet? Writing Workshops and Voice.” Theory into Practice 37 4 (Autumn 1998): 280-88. Print.

Leonard, Elisabeth Anne. “Assignment #9. A Text Which Engages the Socially Constructed Identity of Its Writer.” College Composition and Communication 48.2 (May 1997): 215-30. Print.

Light, Gregory. “From the Personal to the Public: Conceptions of Creative Writing in Higher Education.” Higher Education 43 (2002): 257-76. Print.

Lim, Shirley Geok-lin. “Lore, Practice, and Social Identity in Creative Writing Pedagogy: Speaking with a Yellow Voice?” Pedagogy 10.1 (Winter 2010): 79-93. Print.

—. “The Strangeness of Creative Writing: An Institutional Query.” Pedagogy 3.2: 151-69. Print.

Lodge, David. “Creative Writing: Can It/Should It Be Taught?” Practice of Writing. New York: Penguin, 1997. 171-78. Print.

May, Steve. Doing Creative Writing. New York: Routledge, 2007. Print.

Mayers, Tim. “One Simple Word: From Creative Writing to Creative Writing Studies.” College English 71.3 (Jan. 2009): 217-28. Print.

—. (Re)Writing Craft: Composition, Creative Writing, and the Future of English. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 2005. Print.

McFarland, Ron. “An Apologia for Creative Writing.” College English 55.1 (January 1993): 28-45. Print.

—. “Ron McFarland Responds.” College English 56.2 (Feb. 1994): 220-22. Print.

McGee, Micki, ed. Yaddo: Making American Culture. New York: New York Public Library & Columbia UP, 2008. Print.

McGurl, Mark. The Program Era: Postwar Fiction and the Rise of Creative Writing. Boston: Harvard UP, 2009. Print.

—. “Understanding Iowa: Flannery O’Connor, B.A., M.F.A.” American Literary History 19.2 (2007): 527-545. Print.

McVey, David. “Why All Writing Is Creative Writing.” Innovations in Education and Teaching International 45.3: 289-94. Print.

Menand, Louis. “Show or Tell: Should Creative Writing Be Taught?” The New Yorker. 8 Jun. 2009. Web. 12 Aug. 2013. <>

Minot, Stephen. “Creative Writing: Start with the Student’s Motive.” College Composition an Communication  27.4 (Dec. 1976): 392-94. Print.

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Moat, John. The Founding of Arvon: A Memoir of the Early Years of the Arvon Foundation. London: Frances Lincoln, 2005. Print.

Moneyhun, Clyde. “Response to Doug Hesse’s ‘the Place of Creative Writing in Composition Studies’.” College Composition and Communication 63.3 (2012): 520-24. Print.

Monteith, Moira, and Robert Miles. Teaching Creative Writing: Theory and Practice. Philadelphia: Open UP, 1992. Print.

Moore, John Noell. “Practicing Poetry: Teaching to Learn and Learning to Teach.” The English Journal 91.3 (Jan. 2002): 44-50. Print.

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—. “The Fiction Class Revisited, or Can Fiction Writing Still Be Taught?” Poets & Writers  (Mar./Apr. 1996): 42-53. Print.

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Newlyn, Lucy , and Jenny Lewis, eds. Synergies: Creative Writing in Academic Practice. St. Edmund Hall: Chough, 2003. Print.

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O’Rourke, Rebecca. “Creative Writing as a Site of Pedagogic Identity and Pedagogic Learning.” Pedagogy 7.3 (2007): 501-512. Print.

—. Creative Writing: Education, Culture, and Community. Leicester: Niace, 2005. Print.

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—. “Creative Writing in the Academy.” Profession (1999): 106-12. Print.

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—. “Professional Writers/Writing Professionals: Revamping Teacher Training in Creative Writing Ph. D. Programs.” College English 64.2 (Nov. 2001): 205-27. Print.

—. To Know Her Own History: Writing at the Woman’s College, 1943-1963. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 2012. Print.

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—. On the Teaching of Creative Writing: Responses to a Series of Questions. Ed. Lathem, Edward Connery. Hanover: UP of New England, 1997. Print.

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