"A treasure." -- Kliatt
"This colorful and entertaining reference work is what can what can happen when those who practice and preach poetry..." -- Teaching English in the Two-Year College
Short simple to the point of many poetic forms. I would highly suggest this for anyone wanting to know more about poetry. Very good starter book.Published 3 months ago by Isaac S.
Great examples. Great descriptions. Covers a lot of territory. I didn't know
there were that many poetic forms.
I find this an excellent tool to help young people learn the variations of poetry and spark their creative juices flowing.Published 11 months ago by Jerry
I liked this book so much after I read it checked out from the library that I got online and ordered a copy for myself.Published 13 months ago by Art, Book and 3D Nerd
A simple yet very helpful guide to the formation of various commonly used poetic forms and words. Students and teachers will find it helpful.Published 16 months ago by Aleezabet
Very, very pleased with this text, and yes, it is great for teachers and writers as advertised. Couldn't be better! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Britlitteacher.sr
This a useful book if you want to branch out beyond free verse. I prefer the Turco book. It's much more exhaustive. But this a good book too.Published on May 6, 2013 by david1229
I suppose this isn't a bad book for the absolute beginner. That is, if you're looking for just a bare bones overview of many different forms or if you want something to flip... Read morePublished on August 26, 2012 by D. D.