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WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

The Long Life Of Poetry
The power of poetry goes beyond words, across time and experience. The words you write today can touch your readers today and into the future.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Marketplaces For Your Poetry
Find the best markets for your poetry by familiarizing yourself with different publishers and publications. Poet's Market is a good friend, but there are other resources that can be helpful too.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Haiku: Highest Art
Challenge yourself by studying the subtlety of past masters, and don't be intimidated by the high standing that haiku takes in the literary world. Get in touch with your inner Zen master.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

What Am I Doing Wrong?
Consider these four points if your poetry isn't hitting the mark. One of these may be the reason for receiving rejection slips.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Lyrically Speaking
Identify the message and its orientation. Be precise with your words, and infuse them with rhythm and the intimacy of personal experience.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Writing Poems
Writing a poem can seem like a real challenge. How do you even begin? Start with a story and focus the images to build a your poem.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

The Mind Of A Poet
The inexplicable clarity of the poet's senses and mind are explored. The art of painting pictures and drawing out succinct emotion with words these are the poetic talents.
By Stan Grimes


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

A Poem Is A Little Path
Keeping it breezy for May, we present some guidance in the form of a poem from one of our favourite accomplished poets.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Seeing Like A Poet
Charles Ghigna helps us see the world in a whole new way. Take a new look, a deeper look, find a new focus on the finer details, and use the new vision to create.
By Charles Ghigna


WRITER'S LIFE
Poetry

Speaking In Tongues (Excerpt)
In his poetry, Charles Ghigna exemplifies the use of the poet's eye and imagination to take in every day details and transform them into art.
By Charles Ghigna


 
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