On the teaching of creative writing: responses to a series of questions
Montgomery Endowment, Dartmouth College, 1988 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 72 pages
A concise, inspirational discourse by one of America's finest writers, on the difficulties, rewards, and importance of teaching creative writing.
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