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  • Paperback
  • 68 pages
  • Salt Lines
  • Lorri Neilsen Glenn
  • English
  • 24 October 2019

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  1. D.A. Brown D.A. Brown says:

    I originally picked up Salt Lines because I wanted to support the cause raising funds for financially challenged writers But one I dipped into this particular anthology, I was entrapped by its charm Each essay, whether by playwright, novelist, songwriter, journalist or all of the above, is a treasure I felt like I do when I m walking along the beach, picking up stones and seashells each step there s another I want to take home My home is gradually becoming heavier with each walk on the I originally picked up Salt Lines because I wanted to support the cause raising funds for financially challenged writers But one I dipped into this particular anthology, I was entrapped by its charm Each essay, whether by playwright, novelist, songwriter, journalist or all of the above, is a treasure I felt like I do when I m walking along the beach, picking up stones and seashells each step there s another I want to take home My home is gradually becoming heavier with each walk on the beach So with these essays on writing I read them greedily, marking the ones I liked best, thinking I might find a few worth saving Instead I found all but one of them helpful, witty, charming and wise.This is a perfect read for writers in search of a brain tickle What I liked most were the essays by writers who started their careers later in life As someone doing just this, I was heartened by their stories.Buy it It s a keeper


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Salt Lines[Download] ➵ Salt Lines By Lorri Neilsen Glenn – Thomashillier.co.uk From back copy Playwrights, songwriters, columnists, journalists, fiction writers and poets, memoirists and spoken word artists writers of every flavour and shape look to one another all the time How From back copy Playwrights, songwriters, columnists, journalists, fiction writers and poets, memoirists and spoken word artists writers of every flavour and shape look to one another all the time How did you do that What works, what doesn t Where s the lever to the trap door It s dark in here is there a light switch Is there a key Am I off my rocker, on the right track, out to lunch Here areexamples of writers wisdom on inspiration, expectation, success, failure, blocks, breakthroughs and, especially, process The writers sampled are published Atlantic Canadians, all of whom approach their process in a singular way Here is where they share their secretsProfits from the sale of this anthology go to The ELizabeth Venart emergency fund for writers.


About the Author: Lorri Neilsen Glenn

Born and raised in Winnipeg, MB, Lorri Neilsen Glenn has lived in Halifax, NS since In addition to her work as a poet, Glenn is also an ethnographer and essayist Glenn has studied at the Universities of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Harvard Her first collection of poetry, all the perfect disguises Broken Jaw Press , was published in saw the publication of both a chapbook, Saved String Rubicon Press , and a second collection, Combustion Brick Books In , Glenn published her third full collection, Lost Gospels, also through Brick Books In , Hagios Press published Threading the Light Explorations in Loss and Poetry Most recently, Glenn was the editor for Untyping the Apron Daughters Remember Mothers of the s , GuernicaGlenn has won or been shortlisted for numerous awards for her poetry throughout her career, including the National Magazine Awards, Short Grain Contest, CBC Literary Awards, and the Bliss Carman Poetry Awards She has also received recognition for her scholarship, having won awards in Grain, Event Magazine, and Prairie Fire From , Glenn served as poet laureate for the Regional Municipality of Halifax She currently teaches at Mount Saint Vincent University.