Behind the Lines : Creative Writing with Offenders and People at Risk Paperback
Behind The Lines is the product of 14 years of working with offenders and people at risk, and based on Michael Crowley's endeavours at using creative writing as a method to improve thinking and behaviour.
The book includes: Dozens of exercises and anecdotes Explanation of different approaches Examples of writing by prisoners, both inside and outside of jails. Behind the Lines represents a major contribution to rehabilitative work (in one sense it is the prison-writing equivalent of the highly successful Waterside Press publication, The Geese Theatre Handbook). A Key Resource For Writers in residence Offending behaviour group workers Youth workers Youth offending teams Community workers Psychotherapists Therapists and counsellors Special needs workers and teachers ...and people training or studying in these and related fields.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages, b&w illustrations
- Publisher: Waterside Press
- Publication Date: 07/05/2012
- Category: Creative writing & creative writing guides
- ISBN: 9781904380788