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Creative Writing (3rd Edition)

A Practical Guide

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Red Globe Press

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11 June 2005

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This book is a practical guide to creative writing, providing advice on style and form, and help with developing work to be read or heard and how to get published. Drawing on interviews with other writers, and her own long...

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This book is a practical guide to creative writing, providing advice on style and form, and help with developing work to be read or heard and how to get published. Drawing on interviews with other writers, and her own long experience as a poet and tutor, Julia Casterton examines many kinds of writing - autobiography, poetry, dialogue, short stories, writing for screen and longer fiction. The third edition includes three completely new chapters, covering preparing poetry for performance and publication, writing your own myth and how to do research. This final chapter will be based on interviews with a novelist, poet and script-writer and will provide a checklist of the stages needed to research a story, poem, novel or film.

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A concise practical guide for students on Creative Writing courses
Examines a wide range of writing autobiography, poetry, dialogue, short stories, writing for screen and longer fiction
New edition includes three completely new chapters which cover preparing poetry for performance and publication, writing your own myth and how to do research

Preface
Why Write?
The Space We Inhabit
Bringing your Descriptions to Life
Making your Characters Speak
Making a Short Story
Speaking in Different Tongues, Different Tones
Hold the Tension, Hold the Energy
Myth and Making a Narrative
Developing your Narrative
Writing Poetry
Preparing your Poems for Performance and Publication
Love Writing
Doing your Research
Writing for Yourself Alone
Reaching an Audience
Further Reading Some Useful Websites and Addresses
Index.
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JULIA CASTERTON sometime Teacher for the City Literary Institute. She has published three collections of poetry.

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JULIA CASTERTON sometime Teacher for the City Literary Institute. She has published three collections of poetry.

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