Author ORCID Identifier
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5067-0019 : Susan M. Holloway
CASAE: Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education
This paper draws upon research from a Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada study that looks at lifelong learning, citizenship, and fiction writing, to explore how individuals might learn to become Canadian fiction writers. The paper considers how the identity of becoming a writer may be shaped by involvement in writing communities. It explores issues pertaining to identity as well as challenges and supports, with regards to becoming a Canadian writer. The paper concludes by considering how learning in connection to fiction writing may help adult educators to reflect upon issues of identity, diversity, and citizenship.
Gouthro, Patricia A.; Holloway, Susan M.; and Careless, Erin J.. (2013). Lifelong learning and Canadian writers: Fiction writing, citizenship, and learning around identity issues. CASAE: Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, 2013, 177-184.