Monthly Archives: April 2010

The 4 corners of your writer’s brain you need to open up now

_____________________________________________________________________________________ “The dreamer whose dreams are non-utilitarian has no place in this world.” Henry Miller, 1945 Henry Miller was talking about an enduring problem every writer must face. Writers who refuse to embrace the beautiful utility of today’s book delivery … Continue reading

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Mostly unpredictable – the future, that is

With the volcano in Iceland affecting air travel across Europe, this photo (of the same event) is one way to say “This really is an extra day.” What I mean is, we just don’t know what’s around the corner. For … Continue reading

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Dying – or just verklempt – you still have to write

(If you’re new to my blog, you might want to read my launch post: Gotta launch.) You can still hold a pen. One of the things you have to know if you’re living the writerly life, is that you write … Continue reading

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