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Barry, Lynda: Syllabus. Notes from an Accidental Professor. Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly, 2014. (200 S.) 
Added by: joachim (06 Nov 2014 09:11:55 UTC)   
Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9781770461611
BibTeX citation key: Barry2014
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Keywords: Anleitung, Autorenpoetik, Barry. Lynda, Collage, USA
Creators: Barry
Publisher: Drawn & Quarterly (Montreal)
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Abstract
The award-winning author Lynda Barry is the creative force behind the genre-defying and bestselling work What It Is.She believes that anyone can be a writer and has set out to prove it. For the past decade, Barry has run a highly popular writing workshop for nonwriters called Writing the Unthinkable, which was featured in The New York Times MagazineSyllabus: Notes from an Accidental Professor is the first book to make her innovative lesson plans and writing exercises available to the public for home or classroom use. Barry teaches a method of writing that focuses on the relationship between the hand, the brain, and spontaneous images, both written and visual. It has been embraced by people across North America—prison inmates, postal workers, university students, high-school teachers, and hairdressers—for opening pathways to creativity.
Syllabus takes the course plan for Barry’s workshop and runs wild with it in her densely detailed signature style. Collaged texts, ballpoint-pen doodles, and watercolor washes adorn Syllabus’s yellow lined pages, which offer advice on finding a creative voice and using memories to inspire the writing process. Throughout it all, Barry’s voice (as an author and as a teacher-mentor) rings clear, inspiring, and honest.
  
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