Write or Left

An OER Textbook for Creative Writing Courses

by Sybil Priebe

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Book Description

Most creative writing textbooks cover the three popular categories of literature: poetry, nonfiction, and fiction. This textbook is different in two ways, then, because not only does it attempt to cover more genres.

Creative writing is a massive and inexact field. Telling stories by ways of poetry, short stories, novels, and other media can be complex, intimidating, and extremely difficult to take up. However, it also has so much potential to be rewarding and enjoyable for writers and readers alike. In this textbook, we'll go over some of the principles of writing practices and proceed with advice and tips on how to write best. The goal is to provide as much understanding to writing as possible and to look into as many genres as possible.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download Write or Left ebook for free in PDF format (1.3 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Intro to creative writing
 
Chapter 2
General review of elements
 
Chapter 3
Poetry chapter
 
Chapter 4
Flash fiction chapter
 
Chapter 5
Fiction chapter
 
Chapter 6
Drama chapter
 
Chapter 7
Nonfiction chapter
 
Chapter 8
Alternative style chapter
 
Chapter 9
Multi-modal,-genre, & -vocal
 
Chapter 10
Final chapter
 

Book Details

Publisher
Self-publishing
Published
2019
Pages
86
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
1.3 MB
License
CC BY-NC-SA

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