Introduction to the Special Topic Issue on Creativity and Writing Pedagogy


  • Harriet Levin Millan Drexel University



creative writing, neurology, cognitive psychology, education, teaching


Harriet Levin Millan introduces this special issue of Writing and Pedagogy: Creativity and Writing Pedagogy.

Author Biography

Harriet Levin Millan, Drexel University

Harriet Levin Millan (MFA, University of Iowa Writers Workshop) is an associate teaching professor in the Department of English and Philosophy and director of the Certificate Program in Writing and Publishing at Drexel University. Her books include Girl in Cap and Gown (Mammoth Books) and The Christmas Show (Beacon Press), which was chosen by Eavan Boland for the Barnard New Women Poets Prize and also awarded the Poetry Society of America’s Alice Fay di Castagnola Award. A former New York State Poet in the Schools, she has received grants from The Vermont Studio Center and from Summer Literary Seminars for travel to Kenya. She is currently writing a novel set in Kenya, Sudan, and Philadelphia. The first chapter can be found in the January 2011 Issue of The Kenyon Review.




How to Cite

Levin Millan, H. (2012). Introduction to the Special Topic Issue on Creativity and Writing Pedagogy. Writing and Pedagogy, 4(2), 159–167.



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