Creative Writing

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  1. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Poetry

    Margaret Ferguson, Tim Kendall, Mary Jo Salter

    Sixth Edition

    A responsive and media-rich revision of the best-selling anthology of poetry in EnglishMore

  2. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Short Fiction

    Richard Bausch

    Shorter Eighth Edition

    One of the most celebrated writers and teachers of fiction, Richard Bausch, pairs his insight and inspiration with Norton’s trusted editorial standards to deliver the finest teaching anthology available.More

  3. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Short Fiction

    Richard Bausch

    Eighth Edition

    One of the most celebrated writers and teachers of fiction, Richard Bausch, pairs his insight and inspiration with Norton’s trusted editorial standards to deliver the finest teaching anthology available.More

  4. Book ImageMethod and Madness: The Making of a Story: A Guide to Writing Fiction

    Alice LaPlante

    A fresh, inspiring guide to writing fiction.More

  5. Book ImageAn Invitation to Poetry: A New Favorite Poem Project Anthology

    Maggie Dietz, Robert Pinsky

    Student Edition

    The widely acclaimed Favorite Poem Project anthology, An Invitation to Poetry, edited by Robert Pinsky and Maggie Dietz, is now available in a value-priced student paperback edition.More

  6. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Poetry

    Margaret Ferguson, Mary Jo Salter, Jon Stallworthy

    Full Fifth Edition

    Offering over one thousand years of verse from the medieval period to the present, The Norton Anthology of Poetry is the classroom standard for the study of poetry in English.More

  7. Book ImageNarrative Design: Working with Imagination, Craft, and Form

    Madison Smartt Bell

    With clarity, verve, and the sure instincts of a good teacher, Madison Smartt Bell offers a roll-up-your-sleeves approach to writing in this much-needed book.More

  8. Book ImageTelling Stories: An Anthology for Writers

    Joyce Carol Oates

    Drawing on syllabi for Joyce Carol Oates’s own writing seminar at Princeton University, Telling Stories gathers over one hundred works of narrative art—"miniature" narratives, dramatic monologues, early stories by well-known writers, prose pieces inspired by myth, legend, and folktale, poems that tell stories, memoir and diary excerpts, two examples of genre fiction, and a generous sampling of classic and contemporary short stories—selected to stimulate and inspire beginning writers as they practice and perfect their craft.More