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Words in Place Reconnecting with Nature Through Creative Writing by Paul Matthews

Words in Place Reconnecting with Nature Through Creative Writing

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Words in Place Reconnecting with Nature Through Creative Writing by Paul Matthews

Words in Placeyis a creative writing sourcebook with a difference. It invites us to experience nature afresh and explore plants, animals, minerals and place as a way of re-connecting with language. Artists, students, poets, educators and nature lovers will appreciate the playful and witty exercises, such as 'Haiku hikes', word and story games, written conversation, collaborative writing and 'tiny tales'. These spells will help you see into nature's secrets and re-imagine the world.

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Publication date

18th June 2007


Paul Matthews

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Hawthorn Press Ltd


272 pages


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