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This is a major practical and theoretical study of how poems are written. Its focus is the heart of the creative process, with detailed descriptions of real writers in real situations of writing with real pens, ink, and paper—and then real editors, printers, publishers, purchasers, readers, reviewers, and so on in the further processes of the production of literary works. In the general field of literary study, I cannot think of a more important topic than how writers create their works. Sally Bushell does an excellent job with this topic.