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Ut Pictura Poesis

Ut Pictura Poesis

As in painting, so in poetry 

Cliff Forshaw
Cliff Forshaw, painter and poet, describes how honing his craft in one medium informs the other, and how experimenting with form influences both his art and his writing.
For more than thirty years Henry James kept a writer’s diary in which he recorded his observations, ideas for works-in-progress, and reflections on writing. Miranda Miller examines their contents and finds useful advice for modern novelists.
Zoë Howe explores the challenges of stepping outside your creative comfort zone, and how a move from biography to fiction transformed her relationship with her writing.
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