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  • How and Why a Poem Works | John Lehman

    How and Why a Poem Works

    • UNABRIDGED (50 mins)
    • By John Lehman
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    A thought-provoking 51- minute audio presentation for writers, readers, students, teachers, parents...anyone who has ever wondered why a particular poem is their favorite. Includes "Stopping By The Woods": Delving beneath the surface of Robert Frost's poetry. John Lehman is a nationally published writer and poet with twenty years experience as a professional speaker and fifteen years as a creative director and senior copy writer for advertising agencies.

  • 10 Things I Think I Know for Sure about...Getting Your Writing Published | John Lehman

    10 Things I Think I Know for Sure about...Getting Your Writing Published

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 18 mins)
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    10 Things I Think I Know For Sure about...Getting Your Writing Published is presented by John Lehman, founder of Rosebud magazine. John suggests writers stop thinking in terms of books, articles, poems and stories, and instead start thinking in terms of what benefits readers will receive from reading and buying them.

  • The Writer's Cave | John Lehman

    The Writer's Cave

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    • By John Lehman
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    The Writer's Cave contains a treasure trove of dramatic examples from John Lehman, the founder of Rosebud magazine, on how the creative process works. This 41-minute program includes an actual meeting with Orson Welles, myths about vampires that may apply to writers, and a strange occurrence that takes place in a humane society after midnight.

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