[handle]As if Joseph Campbell composed a "How To" book on writing, the exercises in Writing Your Rhythm are designed to free the imaginative writer in everyone. Divided into five main sections, the book relates the act of writing to our understanding of nature, the way culture shapes expression, form itself, and the enduring role myths play in creativity. Fun and useful to classrooms of all grade levels, and to the solitary writer engrossed in her heroic act. Diane Thiel's Echolocations won the 13th Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize (2000). The author of two chapbooks from Aralia Press, she teaches at the University of Miami.
Thiel, Diane, 1967-
Writing your rhythm
using nature, culture, form and myth
Ashland, Or. :, Story Line Press,, c2001
247 p. ;,23 cm
Branch Call Number:
808.042 T431w 2001