Author: Heather

Poetic Forms Winner: The Terza Rima 0

Poetic Forms Winner: The Terza Rima

Hi everyone, if you don’t know what a Terza Rima is yet, then go find out and we’ll be waiting for you on the other side! This week only one person entered and before...

Poetic Forms: The Terza Rima 3

Poetic Forms: The Terza Rima

Hello Everyone! Welcome to week three of poetic forms, where every week I introduce a different type of poem and invite you to give it a go! As an added incentive to take part,...

Poetic Forms Winner: The Acrostic 0

Poetic Forms Winner: The Acrostic

Hi everyone! If you haven’t read about Acrostic Poetry yet, then please do take a look to find out how you can write one as well! This week we had three entrants and all...

Poetic Forms: The Acrostic 10

Poetic Forms: The Acrostic

Hello Everyone! Welcome to week two of poetic forms, where every week I introduce a different type of poem and invite you to give it a go! As an added incentive to take part,...

Poetic Forms Winner: The Villanelle 0

Poetic Forms Winner: The Villanelle

Hi everyone! If you haven’t yet seen this week’s description of the Villanelle, then please do check it out to find out more about one of my favourite forms of poetry. This week, both...

Poetic Forms: The Villanelle 10

Poetic Forms: The Villanelle

Hello Everyone! Welcome to week one of poetic forms, where every week I will introduce a different type of poem and invite you to give it a go! As an added incentive to take...

10 Books of Summer 2013 – The World’s Wife 1

10 Books of Summer 2013 – The World’s Wife

The World’s Wife is as crafty and powerful as the imagined female rulers featured in the collection.  On Wednesday, I introduced The World’s Wife and if you haven’t read it yet, that introduction can...

10 Books of Summer 2013 – Wednesday Wake-up Call for The World’s Wife 4

10 Books of Summer 2013 – Wednesday Wake-up Call for The World’s Wife

‘A melange of history lesson, fairy-tale and modern-day domestic tragedy’ — Scotsman An Introduction The first thing which struck me about The World’s Wife was how much fun it was to read and how it...

The Editing Cycle #13 A Beginner’s Guide to Plot 0

The Editing Cycle #13 A Beginner’s Guide to Plot

  ‘The desire of gold is not for gold. It is for the means of freedom and benefit.’ ~Ralph Waldo Emerson  A Desire to Plot Last week I was talking to a friend about...

The Editing Cycle #12 – We Can’t All Be Batman 7

The Editing Cycle #12 – We Can’t All Be Batman

  “I’m whatever Gotham needs me to be.” ~Batman We Can’t All Be Batman In this week’s edition of The Editing Cycle, we take a closer look at the boundary between learning or copying...