Today, there is another blank page staring at me. The template for my blog is empty, waiting. The podcast doesn’t have a title, even. The essay I need, to complete a project, is only an idea. Positives and Negative There have
“I don’t have time to write.” “Everything else seems to come first, and I never get to the writing.” “Even when I have a few minutes to write, I stare at the blank page.” “I’m just not that excited about
Almost every day I have an interaction with a writer who is hoping to take their writing, their creative work, to the next level. Maybe it is the new writer who says, “I don’t know a thing about the craft
In May of 2013 I wrote a blog post called, Community Is Important for Writers. I was re-reading it this morning, because it ties in to tomorrow’s podcast, and some things that have been on my mind, lately. Having other writers
This is a very brief post, but it was something on my mind, and I thought (perhaps) it would be of interest to you. I am in the midst of moving. Not a long-distance move, like ones in the past.
Ginger Pavloff recently asked: “What about Hemingway?” She was referring to my three part series on balance and the creative life, and wondering how I account for those creative geniuses who were so dramatically UN-balanced? This video is my response
In May of 2013 I wrote a blog post called, The Engagement Age. (You can read the original post here.) In that post, which I hope you’ll take a minute to read, I talked a little bit about one of