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Number of items: 13.

Richardson, Heather (2017). Doubting Thomas. Glasgow: Vagabond Voices.

Richardson, Heather (2017). Shake Hole. Australian Association of Writing Programmes, Australia.

Richardson, Heather (2017). All the rules we could ask for. In: Anderson, Linda and Sherratt-Bado, Dawn Miranda eds. Female Lines: New Writing by Women from Northern Ireland. Dublin: New Island.

Richardson, Heather (2017). It's Mr Otello... Australian Association of Writing Programmes, Australia.

Richardson, Heather (2017). This is not a memoir: case study of a memoir-in-progress. New Writing: The International Journal For the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 14(2) pp. 160–166.

Richardson, Heather (2016). Studio Notes. National Museums of Northern Ireland.

Richardson, Heather (2015). Waving at soldiers. European Journal of Life Writing, 4 C7-C18. file

Richardson, Heather (2015). Outbound/Inbound. Australian Association of Writing Programmes, Australia.

Richardson, Heather (2014). Sparta. Incubator Journal(3) pp. 18–25.

Bullock, Emily; Harlow, Nicky; Richardson, Heather and Sweeney, Emma (2014). Articulating the Other. Writing in Education, 62 pp. 52–55. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Richardson, Heather (2013). Freethinkers, a novel,  and 'Inventing history: how do research, imagination and memory fuse creatively in the writing of an historical novel?'. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Richardson, Heather (2012). ‘Texts of Poetics’ and historical fiction: authors’ critical reflections on their work. Writing in Education(56) pp. 34–37. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Richardson, Heather (2011). The plot thickens. Writing in Education(53) pp. 26–29. file

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