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Author: Blas Falconer; Beth Martinelli; Helena Mesa
Publisher: Carbondale ; Edwardsville : Southern Illinois University Press, 2010.
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In Mentor and Muse, a collection of twenty-nine insightful essays by some of today's leading poetic minds, editors Blas Falconer, Beth Martinelli, and Helena Mesa have brought together an illuminating anthology that draws upon both established and emerging poets to create a one-of-a-kind resource and unlock the secrets of writing and revising poetry. Gathered here are numerous experts eager to share their wisdom  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Mentor and muse.
Carbondale ; Edwardsville : Southern Illinois University Press, 2010
(DLC) 2010000274
(OCoLC)489014882
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Blas Falconer; Beth Martinelli; Helena Mesa
ISBN: 9780809385874 0809385872
OCLC Number: 730520032
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 239 pages)
Contents: Indirection and the lyric poem / Patricia Clark --
Lookalikes / Stanley Plumly --
Beauty and its opposite conceit / Claire Kageyama-Ramakrishnan --
The arresting and fluxing image / Victoria Chang --
Gallant with delight: a use of setting / Jeff Hardin --
The how and why of narrative poetry / Lisa D. Chávez --
Myth, persona, and the personal / Shara McCallum --
The self made strange: on translating Tomasz Róycki's iterations / Mira Rosenthal --
The uncanny in the short lyric / Deirdre O'Connor --
Recording mortal sight: the drama of prosody / Phillis Levin --
The physics of persona / A. Van Jordan --
For he can creep: Christopher Smart and anaphora / Joelle Biele --
The burden of seed, the seed of burden: repetitional schemas & pace in Terrance Hayes Sonnet / Metta Sáma --
Slapped:with;lightning: poetry and punctuation / Susanna Rich --
The active blank: the white space speaks / Elline Lipkin --
Back to back: an epistolary essay on collaboration / Alice George and Cecilia Pinto --
The quarrelsome poem / Michael Theune --
Memento Mori and Terza Rima: a revision narrative / Diane Thiel --
The eccentric discipline / Michael Waters --
Winter gulls: towards authenticity / Nancy Eimers --
Longfellow's ghost: writing popular poetry / Angela Sorby --
Pimpin out / Maria Melendez --
Breaking strategy / William Olsen --
Writing against your music / Kevin Prufer --
Lucifer matches: epistles & other conversations (the epistolary lyric) / Jane Satterfield --
(On preparing for a tribute reading) a few thoughts on O'Hara's personal poem / Ralph Angel --
Hiding your heart's desire / David Keplinger --
The poem, its buried subject, and the revisionist reader: behind The guardian angel / Stephen Dunn --
Bring yourself along / Mary Ann Samyn.
Responsibility: edited by Blas Falconer, Beth Martinelli, and Helena Mesa.

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In Mentor and Muse, a collection of twenty-nine insightful essays by some of today's leading poetic minds, editors Blas Falconer, Beth Martinelli, and Helena Mesa have brought together an illuminating anthology that draws upon both established and emerging poets to create a one-of-a-kind resource and unlock the secrets of writing and revising poetry. Gathered here are numerous experts eager to share their wisdom with other writers. Each author examines in detail a particular poetic element, shedding new light on the endless possibilities of poetic forms. Addressed.

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