Sixteen lectures, among the best delivered to small passionate audiences at the many writers' conferences held each year, are now for the first time ...Show synopsisSixteen lectures, among the best delivered to small passionate audiences at the many writers' conferences held each year, are now for the first time available to a broader audience. In "Writing It Down for James," the second in the Writers on Life and Craft series, Pattiann Rogers uses science as a jumping-off point for spirituality; Stephen Corey finds imperfect translation to be a rich language of its own when it occurs in his infant daughter-to-be's Korean adoption papers; and other writers tell about learning to read, loving to travel, and writing one's own story.Hide synopsis
Description:Very Good + Anthology collects outstanding lectures from...Very Good + Anthology collects outstanding lectures from writers at various writers' conferences, contributors include John Malcolm Brinnin, Ruth Whitman, David Wojahn, Lynda Hull, Charles Baxter, Alison Deming, Pattiann Rogers, David St. John, Alan Cheuse, Edward Hirsch, more; former owner's name in pink ink top corner title page, no other marks to text, no rips or tears, no creases in spine, 197 pages.
Description:Very Good. Issued Without a Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Trade...Very Good. Issued Without a Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Trade Paperback. Very Good/Issued Without a Jacket. First Edition. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
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