9781411624689

Poet's Muse: Associative Reference for Writer's Block

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  • ISBN13:

    9781411624689

  • ISBN10:

    1411624688

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-05-13
  • Publisher: Lightning Source Inc

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Summary

Poet's Muse, a part of the award-winning McGill Reference Series, is a groundbreaking new reference designed for poets and other creative writers who are struggling with writer's block, or who are just looking for inspiration. Poet's Muse is a serious, yet fun and easy-to-use reference based on cutting-edge scientific research. It is perfect for writers of screenplays, scripts, stories, fiction, songs and especially poetry and lyrics, when the writer is looking for innovation and creative inspiration. Unlike many other techniques for overcoming writer's block and finding your muse, this reference only requires readers to skip around and read word pairs that catch their eye. The wiring of the brain will intuitively interact with these powerful semantic associations making inspiration and imagination just a fingertip away.

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