|Title:||Winding Roads: Exercises in Writing Creative Nonfiction|
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|Category:||Writing Research and Publishing Guides|
|Publisher:||Pearson; 1 edition (December 28, 2007)|
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Other titles written by Diane Thiel include Crossroads: Creative Writing in Four Genres and Open Roads: Exercises in Writing Poetry. An extensive anthology of essays serves as models for your own writing. She has been a professor of creative writing for more than 15 years. A recipient of numerous awards including the Robert Frost and Robinson Jeffers Awards, and a recent Fulbright Scholar, she is on the creative writing faculty at the University of New Mexico.
Diane Thiel is the author of six books of poetry, nonfiction, and creative writing pedagogy: Echolocations (Nicholas Roerich Prize, 2000), Writing Your Rhythm. 2001), The White Horse: A Colombian Journey (2004), Resistance Fantasies (2004), Crossroads: Creative Writing Exercises in Four Genres (Longman, 2005) and Open Roads: Exercises in Writing Poetry (Longman, 2005).
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Brief introduction of ebooks. Winding Roads: Exercises in Writing Creative Nonfiction. The numerous exercises set simple tasks, enabling you to practice your technique and develop your existing skills. The author believes that the greatest question you will face as a writer is how you cast or shape your piece
Crossroads : Creative Writing Exercises in Four Genres. Stephen Minot, Diane Thiel. Resistance Fantasies. Open Roads: Exercises in Writing Poetry.
book is the ultimate guide for creative writers at all levels. Each section is. comprehensive, and draws on Professor Minot’s many years of experience. Diane Thiel is the author of eight books of poetry, nonfiction and creative writing pedagogy, including Echolocations, Resistance Fantasies, Winding Roads: Exercises in Writing Creative Nonfiction, Cross Roads: Creative Writing in Four Genres, and Open Roads: Exercises in Writing Poetry. Thiel’s translation of Alexis Stamatis’s novel, American Fugue, received an NEA Award. Her work appears in many journals, is re-printed in over fifty anthologies, and has been translated widely
Diane Thiel’s first collection, Echolocations, won the 2000 Nicholas Roerich Prize and took second place in ForeWord magazine’s Book of the Year competition. Many of the poems in Echolocations speak frankly about Thiel’s German heritage and the lineage of trauma brought on by war and violence. John Gery writes in Louisiana Literature that Thiel’s is a poetry of psychic and cultural artifacts culled from the tiny and the immense, the interior and the distant.
Written by an award-winning author Diane Thiel, Winding Roads: Exercises in Composing Creative Nonfiction offers exciting and challenging exercises with accompanying models which help focus student writing and allow instructors to address specfic elements of writing creative nonfiction. Vital examples in an extensive selection of readings serve as models and exercises address each element of writing creative nonfiction separately, while building towards an understanding of all the elements which go into creating an effective piece of writing.