How to Write Poetry: And Get it Published

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A&C Black, Jun 1, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 144 pages
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Plenty of people want to write poetry - yet while it is not necessarily difficult to write poetry badly, it is harder to write it well. In this guide Fred Sedgwick explains - with numerous examples from successful poets - how the creative process works, from the initial impulse to write all the way through to the crafted and expressive poetry at the end.
 

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Contents

1 Poetry games
1
The stone
27
3 Writing about relationships
47
4 Using paintings to create poems
71
5 How to get it published
89
Glossary
97
Books
103
References
110
Index
117
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Fred Sedgwick is a poet, former headteacher and author of many books in the areas of literature, expressive arts, education and creativity.
 

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