Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Myth of the Damaged Poet

There’s that myth out there… about how writers need to experience deep personal pain and hardship in order to be able to write deep, moving stories, or become literary geniuses. That myth about the tortured mind and soul that can … Continue reading

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Writers’ Block – A Safety Program

There are people who say that Writers’ Block is all in your mind. And they are right. But Writers’ Block is not something you can clear with your rational mind. Because it is actually something much deeper and much older. … Continue reading

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That Dreadful Blank Page

There’s that blank page. Or the empty file. That thing you want to, have to, are supposed to turn into a story. And you have no idea how to begin. Your mind goes blank, all that old doubt comes creeping … Continue reading

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