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This article considers the archive as a source of inspiration for creative writers, specifically focusing on how writing can highlight and expose silences within the archive. This is developed through a case study of a collaborative creative writing project at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), where students developed 'Fictional Biographies' from archive research and resources. The article looks at the history of creative writing in the context of archives; the article then focuses ondoi:10.1080/23257962.2017.1419944 fatcat:inkhim6jobdtvhht2lgla4xjqy