Creative Writing HandbookHandbook for creative writing
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Writing guide for African writers and scholars
Tanure Ojaide, eine renommierte Dichterin, hat bedeutende nationale und internationale Poesiepreise gewonnen, darunter den Commonwealth Poetry Prize for the Africa Region (1987), den BBC Arts and Africa Poetry Award (1988), zweimal den All-Africa Okigbo Prize for Poetry and three times (1988 und 1997) und dreimal den Association of Nigerian Authors' Poetry-Prize.
Ojaide received the renowned Fonlon-Nichols Award at the African Literature Association's (ALA) forty twentieth time in Atlanta in 2016. Tanure Ojaide says "the creative author is never an airplane, but someone who is earthed in a certain place. His poems have been recited in various forums in Africa, the UK, Canada, Israel, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United States.
Which is the best handbook for creative writing?
Sure, there are a bunch of good textbooks out there, and I'll suggest a few. First of all, however, you need to know something: any ability you want to enhance must first of all be practiced and refined. And the good part is - and in contrast to what many believe (and tell you in some of the responses here) - that everyone can enhance an ability they do.
So if you haven't yet reread any creative writing textbooks, here are a few I can recommend: However, it is a great, down-to-earth and sincere look at the trade and its requirements. That was my textbook for the first Creative Writing course I attended. Just a few years later I came back to get it right and do the exercise.
It' a great way to understand the fundamental elements of what makes good writing.