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To Level Up Your Writing, Listen to the Music of Your Words

Why the sound of your language and rhythm of your sentence matters

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The great Modernist editor Ezra Pound infamously divided poetry into melopoeia, phanopoeia, and logopoeia — or writing dominated by its sounds, by its images, or by its definitions. He then divvied up many of the major poets into which category their…




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Danielle Loewen

Danielle Loewen

she/her | reader | queer feminist | recovering academic | body lover | gamer | poet & fabulist

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