Sonnets: How To Write Them in Minutes

The favored poetry form of Shakespeare comes to modern life for all writers in this splendid Guide. McDowell's examples and exercises effortlessly lead the reader/writer into the intricacies of the English, Italian and Spenserian sonnets to original compositions. This book is informative and fun. More

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About Robert McDowell

Robert McDowell is a poet, teacher, speaker, editor and author, co-author, editor and translator of 14 books, including the bestselling Poetry as Spiritual Practice: Reading, Writing and Using Poetry in Your Daily Rituals, Aspirations and Intentions (Free Press/Simon & Schuster) and The More We Get Together: The Sexual and Spiritual Language of Love (Poiesis Press). His books of poetry include Quiet Money, The Diviners (a book-length poem) and On Foot, In Flames. He was the co-founding publisher of Story Line Press, where he served as editor for twenty-two years. With Mark Jarman, he also edited The Reaper, a quarterly.

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