Free Product Support

Purchase direct from the Well-Trained Mind Press and get Free Product Support!

The Creative Writer, Level Three

0<0
More in Series
$13.50$16.95
 

The Creative Writer, Level Three builds on the foundation laid in earlier volumes. Exercises scaffold on each other, empowering the writer to complete full creative pieces in both fiction and poetry.

Available Formats

$13.50
$16.95

In stock

The Creative Writer, Level Three builds on the foundation laid in earlier volumes. Exercises scaffold on each other, empowering the writer to complete full creative pieces in both fiction and poetry.

Product Description

The Creative Writer, Level Three builds on the foundation laid in earlier volumes. Learn to use the fiction toolbox of plot, character, setting, point of view, and dialogue with even more assurance and skill; study the advanced application of meter, rhyme, line breaks, subject, and word choice in poetry. Each volume contains directions and instructions for the developing writer, as well as detailed guidance for the mentor or teacher. Exercises scaffold on each other, building towards the completion of full creative pieces in both fiction and poetry.

Ernest Hemingway says, “Before I read The Creative Writer, I knew nothing about the craft. I was going to give A Farewell to Arms a happy ending. But then Boris Fishman taught me everything I needed to know about writing, editing, revising, bullfighting, marlin fishing, and the way that northern-Italian pasta tastes when you eat it cold, in the autumn morning, as you wait for the Austrian artillery to begin firing at your trench.”

Additional Information

Share your thoughts!

Let us know what you think...

What others are saying

  1. Question

    Hello, what level should a grade 11 student start with who hasn’t had much experience with creative writing? Thank you.

    • I think I’d probably start with Level 2, because it goes over the basic elements of plot, character, dialogue, setting, and point of view – not just explanations, but plenty of examples, excerpts, and exercises. Level 3 assumes some experience with those elements and dives deeper into various techniques, with an overall focus on character development.

      (0) (0)

      Something wrong with this post? Thanks for letting us know. If you can point us in the right direction...

×

Login

Register

Continue as a Guest

Don't have an account? Sign Up