This revised, updated and expanded new edition of The Road to Somewhere will help you to acquire the craft and disciplines needed to develop as a writer in today's world. It is ideal for anyone - student writers, writing teachers and seasoned authors - seeking practical guidance, new ideas and creative inspiration. The Road to Somewhere: A Creative Writing Companion, second edition offers: - new chapters on writing for digital media, flash fiction, memoir, style and taking your writing out into the world - updated chapters on fiction, scripts, poetry, and experimental forms - an examination of creative processes and advice on how to read as a writer - many practical exercises and useable course materials - extensive references and suggestions for further reading - information on how to get work published or produced, in real and virtual worlds - tips on how to set up and run writing workshops and groups - a complete Agony Aunt section to help with blocks and barriers - guidance on the more technical aspects of writing such as layout and grammar. And, to lighten your writing journey a little, we've tried to make this second edition even wittier and smarter than the first. So whether you see yourself as a published professional or a dedicated dabbler, this is the book to take along for the ride.9 That is, in poetry adjectives seldom act as a#39;intensifiersa#39;, as linguists call them; they actually a#39;dull the imagea#39;, as Pound said of a clichAc, like a#39;dim ... been taught, and to think for a moment only of similes: those markers of similarity marked by the word a#39;likea#39; (or a#39;asa#39;), and only of ones you can see. ... used the line break as a sort of hinge, a kind of a#39;turna#39;. concert or football match; an image of a single person.
|Title||:||The Road to Somewhere|
|Author||:||Robert Graham, Helen Newall, Heather Leach, Julie Armstrong, John Singleton|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-01-23|