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THE INS AND OUTS OF EDITING A POETRY COLLECTION

By Linda Cull • August 15th, 2020

Authors/self-publishers of poetry who have created a poetry collection manuscript and are now at the editing stage will gain the most from reading: The Ins and Outs of Editing a Poetry Collection. Nothing screams amateurish more than a poorly edited book—especially a poorly edited poetry collection where every word, comma, and full-stop matters. Editing a poetry collection successfully, therefore, requires time, patience, attention to detail, repetition, and dedication—and money. ThereRead more…

HOW TO ORGANISE A POETRY COLLECTION MANUSCRIPT

By Linda Cull • July 1st, 2020

Do you have poems you’ve written in a notebook or on loose paper, in a drawer or box? Or typed and saved on a computer. Perhaps, from years ago, or more recently.  Lately, you’ve been thinking about how you’d like to organise your poems into a collection for publication. Yes, your very own poetry book. But where to start? Organising a poetry collection is a big task but I’ll showRead more…