Wabi Sabi For Writers: Find Inspiration. Respect Imperfection. Create Peerless Beauty.

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Adams Media, May 30, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 208 pages
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- From the author of the successful Wabi Sabi Simple
- The first book to apply the principles of wabi sabi to writing
- Author Richard Powell studied creative writing at the Kootenay School of Writing under Margaret Atwood, Fred Wah, and Audrey Thomas
This eloquent and thoughtful guide explores the unique wabi sabi approach to:
- Inspiration--transforming strong feelings into art
- Interest--understanding and stimulating the reader's motivation
- Community--writer's groups and what they have to offer
- Enlightenment--practicing Zen through writing
A striking follow-up to Wabi Sabi Simple, this thoughtful, engaging volume provides practical suggestions along with accessible philosophy to make the writing life more productive, peaceful, and fulfilling.
 

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I picked up this little book at the used bookstore last week. As a writer, I like to explore the different perspectives on the craft other writers may have. Some I agree with, some I don't. I can get ... Read full review

Contents

imitate a yak and share something wild II
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in a group of friends you
139
Paraphrases II 188
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Suggested Reading II
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