Monthly Archives: April 2013

Muse Tuners

Glad to be a part of this great initiative – Muse Tuners. I am offering one-to-one mentoring in poetry publishing. As an experienced editor and practising poet, I can help you to shape a manuscript and take it to its full potential, as well as offering advice on placing individual poems for magazine and book publication. I can also help with troubleshooting on individual poems and sequences. I offer honest and supportive feedback, and there will be a strong emphasis on creativity and development for pleasure as well as purpose. I aim to help students enhance their critical and creative confidence. If this sounds like something you’re interested in, you can find details here.

Muse Tuners also offers other services, guaranteed to improve the quality and enjoyment of your creative practice from some wonderful writers and teachers. So, even if poetry publishing isn’t what you’re after, there’s much more again.

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Mapping Poetic Emergence 1.0

We’ve been mapping poetic emergence over at Devolved Voices –  unpacking the stages of emergence in a poetry career (as distinct from poetic development). Helena Nelson of Happenstance blogs about it here. You can find the document here.

We’d be interested in your thoughts. You can comment on our blog, and we warmly welcome you to do so. We’re interested in general perception, as well as your own experiences within the poetry community, if you’d like to share these. This is a working document, and it will be developed over time. Input helps to inform our thinking. If you’d rather contact us directly, via email, then you can at devolved.voices [@] aber.ac.uk

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