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Writer: A Working Guide for New Writers

by Graeme Kinross-Smith

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Writer is a practical guide which exposes new and would-be writers to many forms of writing - from poetry, fiction and biography, to scriptwriting, advertising, journalism, public relations and song writing. Writer is a graded writing course which uses examples and workshop exercises to explore the power and delicacy of the written word. It also provides useful suggestions for enriching your own writing through reading and thinking about the work of other writers. Writer examines the skills and techniques involved in the craft of writing which make the difference between great and mediocre writing. It also reveals what it is like to be a practising writer and looks as some of the day-to-day concerns of the professional - mansucript submission, editorial requirements, contracts, computers, the media and literary agents.

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