The Right to Write

The Right to Write

An Invitation and Initiation Into the Writing Life

Book - 1998
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Argues that conventional writing methods actually stifle creativity, presenting illustrative stories and the author's personal writing techniques that are designed to unlock one's creative powers.
Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, c1998.
ISBN: 9780874779370
0874779375
Branch Call Number: 808.02 Camer
Characteristics: 236 pages

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WordWoman49
Sep 06, 2016

Right to Write served as a great jump start and encouragement for me. I wasn't too crazy about the chapters on channeling and E.S.P.; so I either browsed and gleaned or skipped.

Each chapter offers an assignment; I completed almost all of them. The value of any book is in the "doing;" the assignments served me well.

Whether we have an audience of one or millions, we have a right to write and a right to enjoy it.

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