Writing A Poem From the Inside OutBook - 2002
Reveals how to look inside the writing process for emotions, image, and music, and how to revise writing to make it magical, and features interviews with published poets.
A practical guide to demystify the process of writing poetry, by the bestselling author of A Writer’s Notebook and the ALA Notable Book Fig Pudding.
Poetry matters. At the most important moments, when everyone else is silent, poetry rises to speak.
This book is full of practical wisdom to help young writers craft beautiful poetry that shines, sings, and soars. It features writing tips and tricks, interviews with published poets for children, and plenty of examples of poetry by published writers—and even young people themselves.
Perfect for classrooms, this lighthearted, appealing manual is a celebration of poetry that is a joy to read. Young poets and aspiring poets of all ages will enjoy these tips on how to simplify the process of writing poetry and find their own unique voice.
Featuring interviews with published poets, a wonderful guide, drawn from a wealth of experience, demystifies the writing process, revealing how to look deep inside for emotions, image, and music, and how to revise writing to make it magical. Simultaneous.
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