The bestselling guide to finding your voice, writing poetry, and getting published
Teach Yourself Writing Poetry is a user-friendly and comprehensive guide that will prove indispensable if you're seeking creative guidance, inspiration, and practical advice. Covering everything from mood, style, and tone to learning about poetry on the 'Net, this fully updated edition will help you find your voice. Containing straightforward advice on how to get published, the very latest on prizes, festivals, and performance poetry as well as plenty of useful examples and exercises to try out yourself, it is a thoroughly readable and engaging book.
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John Hartley Williams is a poet and a teacher at the University of Berlin. Matthew Sweeney writes poetry for children and adults and is a creative writing teacher. Both have published many volumes of poetry and have won several awards.Review:
"comprehensive and practical...the next best thing to having [the authors] on hand to encourage and coach you" -- Obsessed with Pipework 20040401
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