Mastering English as a second language doesn’t have to be dull. All you need to create “accidental poetry” is a basic English vocabulary and a desire to write from your heart, allowing the words to flow without concern for grammatical correctness.
ACCIDENTAL POETRY offers a proven method that has allowed new speakers of English throughout the world to boost their language ability. It will provide for you, too, the richly satisfying experience of writing with confidence as you activate the sense, recall childhood experiences, and express the many shades of your emotions.
What a fun and gratifying way to improve your English skills!
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I learned more about me, my writing and my English knowledge in one day with Lisa and her method than in years of living. Looking forward to reading “Accidental Poetry” and to having the opportunity for a new lesson from her.
– A. Tomas, Vilafranca de Penedes, Spain
To be in one of Lisa’s Workshops was that kind of experience you remember all the year. Writing only for the pleasure of writing, experimenting with the feelings of your characters. Her method, putting the characters in extremely emotional situations, is a powerful experience.”
– M. Sarrias, Barcelona, Spain
Some people think that Lisa’s incredible method of learning English through creative writing is a miracle. I am absolutely sure it is so. Believe me. It worked for me and hundreds of other students. Thanks to Lisa we can now write with heart and soul and bones and guts.
– Jaume C. Pons Alorda, Vilafranca del Penedes, Spain, Poet, novelist and translator of Walt Whitman into Catalan
Lisa’s creative writing method guided me through new ways of expressing myself that I never thought I would be able to accomplish in English. I highly recommend the experience!
– Federico Leguizamo, Mallorca, Spain, Master of Arts in Cognitive Psychology
Lisa Doctor is more than a gifted and insightful instructor. She has the innate ability to provide students with the tools they need to learn English, while at the same time crafting narratives to develop their writing ‘voice.’ Once writers begin to examine this voice, they will experience an intense and empowering catharsis.
– Mark Amengual, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Languages and Applied Linguistics, University of California, Santa Cruz