Kate Clanchy – How to Grow Your Own Poem
As I continue this “Morphment” to Kevin Alan McGill, Social Philosopher Poet and Storyteller, I picked up this amazing book – How to Grow Your Own Poem by Kate Clanchy. And it is just wonderful.
Kate is a poet and teacher that I came across taking one of those free courses from FutureLearn. The course comes from the University of Reading in England. She was one of their featured lecturers. And as soon as she started talking, I thought “Wow! Here’s someone I can really learn from!”
Her book is about how to create a poem construction process for yourself. It provides exercises and examples to help you get your ideas out and to shape them according to the you that you are.
ISBN 13-978-1529024692 Picador Press an imprint of Pan MacMillan
The rest of this month will be focused largely on developing my songwriting/lyrics skills. And promoting my Dancing in Dangerous Times – Labour Day Volume available at:
Barnes and Noble
In the meantime …
Kevin Alan McGill The Possible Ks
Smashwords has approved Dancing in Dangerous Times – Labour Day Volume.
You can purchase it for around $3. U.S. at Smashwords. They also distribute it to other eBook sellers like Apple Books, Chapters-Indigo and Barnes and Nobles and it should appear there in a few days
Sometimes serious, sometimes satirical, always meant to be enjoyed! The Digests contain a collection of satire, short (flash) fiction and poetry. They are meant for people who want a little intellectual stimulation with their entertainment.
This week was all about working on final edits for the latest Dancing in Dangerous Times digest of flash fiction, beat-inspired poetry and satire.
Plan is to publish and distribute through Smashwords by the end of next week.
The theme of this volume is workers and their struggles.
The other issue is how to get you all over to the website to view the regular posts.
I’m working on it.
The week has been spent largely re-arranging the website Kevin Alan McGill The Possible Ks for greater navigability.
I have created more pages and moved some posts around.
Here are some links that might interest you:
eBooks and Such
Spirituality for the Godless
The Canadian Page
The categories include Barebones Rider, Canadian? Me?, Graphic Art, Rodin’s Man, Sat K, The K and The Park Bench.
I am also revising the backstory to The Park Bench and trying to work out how to logically present the ongoing episodes.
Hope you find the content interesting and useful.
Thanks for stopping in.
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Comics, Satire, Poetry, Flash Fiction, Commentary & More
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