Items where Author is "Manwaring, Kevan"

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Manwaring, Kevan (2023) Green Words: an anthology of natural words from West Dorset.

Manwaring, Kevan (2021) Heavy Weather: tempestuous tales of stranger climes.

Manwaring, Kevan (2008) Lost Islands: inventing Avalon, destroying Eden.

Book Section

Manwaring, Kevan (2022) Flotsam and Jetsam: British coastal songs of jettison, discovery, and retrieval (1984-2021).

Manwaring, Kevan (2020) 'The Rememberers' (We Are A Many-Bodied Singing Thing).


Manwaring, Kevan (2023) Ecological Vision in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's 'Rime of the Ancient Mariner'.

Manwaring, Kevan (2023) Many Paths Through the Forest: Exploring Arborescence and Ecological Themes in Digital Interactive Narrative.

Manwaring, Kevan (2022) The Herepath Project - deep mapping and hedgespringing during lockdown.

Manwaring, Kevan (2021) Heavy Weather: a creative intervention.

Manwaring, Kevan (2021) Performing Kirk: a search for authenticity in the dramatisation of the life of the 'Fairy Minister', Reverend Robert Kirk.

Manwaring, Kevan (2020) Finding the Line: A triangulation between walking, multimodality, and embodied poetics.

Manwaring, Kevan (2019) Walking Between Worlds: In defence of experiential research.

Manwaring, Kevan (2019) Lines of Desire: the phenomenology of long-hand writing in creative praxis.

Manwaring, Kevan (2018) Ways Through the Wood: The Rogue Cartographies of Robert Holdstock’s Mythago Wood Cycle as a Cognitive Map for Creative Process in Fiction.

Conference or Workshop

Hunter, Nat, Ellison, David, Cariolle, Gabrielle, Roberts, Paul, Manwaring, Kevan and Giles, Emilie (2021) Speaking New Languages: Exploring the Landscape of Cross-Disciplinary Research.


Manwaring, Kevan (2018) The Knowing: A Fantasy an epistemological enquiry into creative process, form, and genre.


Manwaring, Kevan


Manwaring, Kevan (2018) Marginalia: graffiti, urban coding and the semiotics of the street.

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