I like nothing so much as that for which I’m not looking.
Learn to say the truth of a thing – that is all.
It’s a strange thing to be glad of losing something.
A trick every writer should learn.
Curator’s Note: Pencil on paper, c. early 2020s PC (Pre-Crash), Austin, Texas. These fragments were likely part of a notebook or workbook.
From shock to “give me more” – learn to recognize the creative potential of surprise. Oh, and ditch the idea of “success.”
How do you approach Creation’s demands?
Ray Bradbury shares tips on keeping things alive. Things? Maybe your writing, maybe you.
Produce as much trash as you possibly can, each and every day, no excuses and no breaks.
The act of making things is a dangerous discovery.