Non-Fiction Publications

 

Serendipitously, when I sat down to update this page, I was stuck over what to write. It just, shows, feeling blocked can happen to anyone at anytime. My book exploring writing blocks (especially, but not only, in the academic environment) was first published in 2013 by Sense Publishers. However, I have recently re-looked at it and re-formatted it, and believe it still has much to offer. Whether you are a novice writer or a more experienced one, I hope the blend of discussion, practical tips and creative approaches will suggest a way forward.

And everyone loves a freebie, don’t they? My book, Pathways Through Writing Blocks in the Academic Environment, is now available as a free PDF download (see below). If you are able to make a financial contribution, then please do so to one of the organisations below, or choose a suitable one to donate to yourself:

The Trussell Trust

Oxfam

Book Aid

Free PDF edition of
Pathways Through Writing Blocks in the Academic Environment

 

Pathways Through Writing Blocks in the Academic Environment

 

 

Recent academic articles include:

Evans, K. (2019). The Case of the Disappearing Twin: how writing brought me closer to myself. European Journal for Qualitative Research for Psychotherapists (March 2019) http://ejqrp.org/index.php/ejqrp

Evans, K. (2011). The Chrysalis and the Butterfly: A phenomenological study of one person’s writing journey. Journal of Applied Arts & Health 2:2, 173-186.

Evans, K. (2009). Rhythm ‘n’ Blues: Bringing poetry into groupwork. Groupwork 19:3, 27-38.

Evans, K. & Glover, L. (2012). ‘Finding the Unexpected’: an account of a writing group for women with chronic pelvic pain. Journal of Poetry Therapy. Vol 25:2. Pp. 95-103.

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