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The Writing Experiment

Author : Hazel Smith
ISBN : 9781741140156
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A systematic and engaging approach to creative writing' - Carla Harryman, Wayne State University 'By suggesting that students who are not born poets can yet learn to become good ones, Smith performs a very important service.' - Professor Susan M. Schultz, University of Hawaii 'This is an impressive book, because it covers areas of creative writing practice and theory that have not been covered in published form. It links radical practice with radical (but better-known) theory, and will appeal to anyone looking for a different approach ' - Robert Sheppard, Edge Hill College of Higher Education, UK The Writing Experiment demystifies the process of creative writing, showing that successful work does not arise from talent or inspiration alone. Hazel Smith breaks down writing into incremental stages, revealing processes that are often unconscious or unacknowledged, and shows how they can become part of a systematic writing strategy. The book encourages writers to take an explorative and experimental approach to their work. It relates practical strategies for writing to major twentieth century literary and cultural movements, including postmodernism. Suitable for both beginners and experienced writers, The Writing Experiment covers many genres including fiction, poetry, writing for performance and new media. Each chapter is illustrated with extensive examples of both student work and published writing, and challenging exercises offer writers at all levels opportunities to develop their skills.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Geschichten Von Nat Rlichen Und Unnat Rlichen Katastrophen

Author : Patricia Highsmith
ISBN : 9783257601497
Genre : Fiction
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Groteske Geschwüre, die auf einem Friedhof in Österreich ins Unermessliche wachsen; riesige Kakerlaken, gegen alle Insektenmittel resistent, die in einem New Yorker Apartment-Haus das Kommando übernehmen; eine UNO-Mission, die in Afrika grausam endet; Wale, der Papst, ein waffenverliebter US-Präsident – sie alle bilden den Stoff, aus dem moderne (natürliche oder unnatürliche) Katastrophen sind. Bei Patricia Highsmith entsteht das Grauen dadurch, dass die Menschen sich so verhalten, wie sie sich eben verhalten, ohne dass übersinnliche böse Mächte ins Spiel kommen.
Category: Fiction

Research Methods In Creative Writing

Author : Jeri Kroll
ISBN : 9781137272539
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A guide to the modes and methods of Creative Writing research, designed to be invaluable to university staff and students in formulating research ideas, and in selecting appropriate strategies. Creative writing researchers from around the globe offer a selection of models that readers can explore and on which they can build.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Creative Writing Guidebook

Author : Graeme Harper
ISBN : 9781623566432
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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"Graeme Harper is quite possibly the best person in the country to edit this book" Richard Kerridge, Bath Spa University College, UK The Creative Writing Guidebook is the key text for learning creative writing. Packed full of useful advice, exercises and readings, it sets out an informative and inspiring introduction to writing creatively. Taking a practical, workshop approach to creative writing, this comprehensive guidebook includes: introductions to genres of writing, including the novel, poetry, screenwriting, new media and non-fiction; workshop exercises suitable for each genre; a wide-range of examples and suggestions for further reading and discussions of cross-genre issues such as point of view, character, setting and voice. Written by internationally renowned experts, this is the definitive textbook on creative writing for students. Contributors include: Catherine Dent, Ken Dancyge, Adrianne Finlay, Graeme Harper, Gill James, Jeri Kroll, Oliver Mayer, Graham Mort, William S. Penn, Hazel Smith, and Silas Zobal
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Creative Writing Innovations

Author : Michael Dean Clark
ISBN : 9781474297189
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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When teachers experiment, students benefit. When students gain confidence to pursue their own literary experiments, creative writing can become a life-changing experience. With chapters written by experienced teachers and classroom innovators, Creative Writing Innovations builds on these principles to uncover the true potential of the creative writing classroom. Rooted in classroom experience, this book takes teaching beyond the traditional workshop model to explore topics such as multi-media genres, collaborative writing and field-based work, as well as issues of identity. Taken together, this is an essential guide for teachers of creative writing at all levels from the authors and editors of Creative Writing in the Digital Age.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Creative Writing And The Radical

Author : Assoc. Prof. Nigel Krauth
ISBN : 9781783095940
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The rise of digital publishing and the ebook has opened up an array of possibilities for the writer working with innovation in mind. Creative Writing and the Radical uses an examination of how experimental writers in the past have explored the possibilities of multimodal writing to theorise the nature of writing fiction in the future. It is clear that experimental writers rehearsed for technological advances long before they were invented. Through an in-depth study of writers and their motivations, challenges and solutions, the author explores the shifts creative writing teachers and students will need to make in order to adapt to a new era of fiction writing and reading.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Maeve Binchy Writers Club

Author : Maeve Binchy
ISBN : 9781409106203
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Fascinating and informative - advice to inspire budding writers as well as entertaining Maeve Binchy fans the world over. 'The most important thing to realise is that everyone is capable of telling a story. It doesn't matter where we were born or how we grew up' Maeve Binchy THE MAEVE BINCHY WRITERS' CLUB gives a unique insight into how a No. 1 bestselling author writes. Inspired by a course run by the National College of Ireland, it comprises twenty letters from Maeve offering advice, tips and her own wonderfully witty take on the life of a writer, in addition to contributions from top writers, publishers and editors. Whether you want to write a saga or a thriller, comedy or journalism, or write for the radio or stage, the book also gives advice on the best way to get started, and what editors, publishers and agents are looking for.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Erotics Of Geography

Author : Hazel Smith
ISBN : STANFORD:36105133441217
Genre : Poetry
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Poetry. Hazel Smith, author of the creative writing text, The Writing Experiment, shows us how it's done in this spirited book of performance poems, collages, elegies, meditations, explorations of gossip, uncertain identities, bodies and the city, to say nothing of "acts of omission." An accompanying cd-rom includes new media and performance works by Hazel Smith and Roger Dean. Hazel Smith, who emigrated from Britain to Australia in 1988, has published two volumes of poetry and performance texts, Abstractly Represented, Butterfly Books, 1991 and Keys Round Her Tongue, Soma Publishing, 2001, and made three CDs of her performance work, Poet Without Language, Nuraghic Echoes and Returning the Angles (all involve collaborations with Roger Dean). She is also co-author with Roger Dean of numerous new media works, many available on the Internet. She is a founding member of austraLYSIS, the international sound and new media arts group, and has performed her own work extensively nationally and internationally.
Category: Poetry

Songwriting F R Dummies

Author : James Peterik
ISBN : 9783527709779
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This edition shows readers how to develop songwriting skills and take their skills to the next level. It addresses the new face of the recording industry and its shift from traditional sales to downloads and mobile music, as well as covering the numerous social media networking sites.