Show & tell 6 writers on writing : excerpts & insights from the faculty of the Department of Creative Writing, University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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Published by Publishing Laboratory, University of North Carolina, Wilmington in Wilmington, NC .

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Art in a world of entertainment / Robert Anthony Siegel -- Fiction craft. On choosing a subject / Wendy Brenner ; How to talk a character into your story / Rebecca Lee ; Story, setting, and scene / Philip Gerard ; How efficient is your wheelbarrow? : carrying story through voice / Clyde Edgerton -- Fiction selections. Send me to the electric chair / Clyde Edgerton ; I am the bear / Wendy Brenner ; Show-and-tell / George Singleton ; A flexible flyer / Philip Gerard ; All nite video / Derek Nikitas ; You want fries with that? / Tim Bass ; The banks of the Vistula / Rebecca Lee ; By his wild lone / Nina de Gramont ; The fourth Prussian dynasty / Karen Bender ; My refugee / Robert Anthony Siegel -- Creative nonfiction craft. What is creative nonfiction anyhow? / Philip Gerard ; A cage of one"s own : creative nonfiction and its genres / Peter Trachtenberg ; Look in thy heart, look in the archives, look on the Internet and write / Philip Furia ; Constructing memoir from childhood memory / Sarah Messer ; Field notes on where you are / David Gessner -- Creative nonfiction selections. Love and death in the Cape Fear Serpentarium / Wendy Brenner ; Learning to surf / David Gessner ; Three walks / Virginia Holman ; Hardball / Philip Gerard ; The fire / Sarah Messer ; Out in front / Eli Hastings ; Brothers in harm / Brad Land ; Cloudburst / Peter Trachtenberg ; Confessions of a dimwitted word thief / Tim Bass ; The house on Dream Street : an excerpt / Dana Sachs ; Blue skies / Philip Furia ; Notes on the Great Depression / Stanley Colbert -- Poetry craft. What is poetry? / Mark Cox ; The witch"s tree : image in poetry / Daniel Nathan Terry ; Lyric versus narrative / Lavonne J. Adams ; The music of the line / Michael White -- Poetry selections. Malena Mörling ; Lavonne J. Adams ; Mark Cox ; Jason Mott ; Sarah Messer ; Emma Bolden ; Sharan Strange ; Emily Louise Smith ; Sebastian Matthews ; Daniel Nathan Terry ; Michael White -- As if by magic : tools & tips. Writing clean / Tim Bass ; What to do with workshop feedback / Robert Anthony Siegel ; Ten ideas for revision / Karen Bender ; The collaborative work of editing / Ben George.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

Other titlesShow and tell six
GenreLiterary collections
ContributionsUniversity of North Carolina, Wilmington. Dept. of Creative Writing., University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Publishing Laboratory.
LC ClassificationsPS559.W55 S56 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 422 p. ;
Number of Pages422
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24094059M
ISBN 100982338201
ISBN 109780982338209
LC Control Number2009020978

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John 14 New International Version (NIV) Jesus Comforts His Disciples. 14 “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God []; believe also in me.

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