A Cherita Journey
- Community Publishing and Poetry Translation in a Post-colonial Context. Christopher (Kit) Kelen // International Journal of the Arts in Society;2012, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p43
This paper documents the history of community publishing efforts undertaken by a local NGO, ASM, in the Macao SAR of China, over the last five years. The brief of (ASM) the Association of Stories in Macao is to promote writing and other artistic expression in and about Macao. Macao is-a city in...
- Finding Room for Computers in the Poetry Workshop. Wright, Mike // CEA Forum;Summer/Fall2013, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p148
The article presents the author's insights on her poetry workshop. Among the topics the author discussed include writing and collaborating in a digital medium, generative exercises, and ownership and collaborative writing projects. She highlights collaboration and co-authorship, challenges for...
- LIST OF PUBLICATIONS. // Poems of Alexander Scott;1902, preceding pvi
The article lists several references to the book "The Poems of Alexander Scott."
- NOTES. // Poems of Alexander Scott;1902, p99
A note to the book "The Poems of Alexander Scott" is presented.
- Writing toward the big picture: With a publisher already onboard, a poet finds he can be more daring and try new approaches to his work. Hicks, Patrick // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 125 Issue 11/12, p15
A personal narrative is presented which relates how the author dared to try new approaches to his poetry, inspired by his adopted son from South Korea.
- Poet to poet. Dumars, D. // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Jun88, Vol. 101 Issue 6, p22
A poet has to decide where to place the figure--human or animal, or an inanimate object--in the `landscape' of his poem. The poet must also find the images to create a successful `picture' of that figure in the reader's mind.
- The poet within you. Kirby, D. // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Feb89, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p19
Suggests that every literate person can be a good poet, or was previously before becoming too involved in everyday pursuits. Gives eight rules for getting organized and discovering the poet within oneself.
- The writer as starling: Advice to a young poet. Dana, R. // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);May89, Vol. 102 Issue 5, p14
Tells young, aspiring poets that fame and good fortune require more than luck and talent. Advises studying other poets' works and developing a mastery of language. Examples.
- What makes a poet? What makes a poem? Thompson, P.H. // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Nov89, Vol. 102 Issue 11, p22
Discusses the three clear signs that distinguish a poet and how to recognize the beginnings of a poem while experiencing it. Poetry, language and sounds of language.