Compositions: Notes on the written word by Naomi Beth Wakan
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In this witty and energetic collection, Naomi Beth Wakan explores all aspects of writing - from the movement of inspiration to the art of the back cover endorsement. In between, she considers censorship, why she can't write a murder mystery, and how to introduce children to poetry so they will love it. This is a collection that sparkles with personality and with a love of all things written.
About the Author
Naomi Beth Wakan was born in London, England, and has travelled extensively, including living in Japan for two years. Naomi has authored education books, children books, and poetry collections, as well as non-fiction titles, including the ALA selection, Haiku - one breath poetry. She continues to write prolifically and also conducts workshops on writing later in life. She is a member of Haiku Canada, Tanka Canada and The League of Canadian Poets. She lives on Gabriola Island with her husband, the sculptor, Elias Wakan.
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- Paperback: 180 pages
- Publisher: Wolsak and Wynn, 1 edition (Mar 15 2008)
- ISBN-10: 189498725X
- ISBN-13: 978-1894987257
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