Daily Archives: July 24, 2016

Why Authors Beg For Blurbs

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? Before I got my first book published, a novelist I knew quipped, “The only thing worse than not being published is being published.”  I had no idea what he meant, but I…

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Intro to Poetry: Day 6 — Screen, Enjambment

The definition of Enjambment as a poetic device is a bit more complex and interesting than expressed in this class’s resource page. But the overall meaning is essentially the same. For some good examples from classic poets, click on the … Continue reading

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Intro to Poetry: Day 5–Imperfect, Limerick

Day 5 of Intro to Poetry has me writing a poem on the subject “imperfect.” It’s a topic about which I can generate tomes. The “try it” format is the limerick. My decision is to write about the current foci … Continue reading

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