The Exercise Book edited by Bill Manhire review

By David Hill In Books

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28th January, 2012
Of course you can teach creative writing – although it will be nice when someone finds a less precious adjective than the C word. Or, rather, you can teach its techniques, topics and targets. A lot of our schoolteachers and a number of our universities have been doing so for years. Victoria University's International Institute of Modern Letters is one of the latter, and now it's published a generous, accessible manual of exercises and encouragement. There are ...

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