Lit Journey – It’s time to read more than the last three lines. Robert Frost is laughing at you in his poem “The Road Not Taken.”
Creative inspiration occurs in strange places, aka, what to do when a homeless guy that doesn’t know how to work a phone invites you to his concert.
Lit Journey – Combining two different ways to read Emily Dickinson’s “Tell all the truth but tell it slant” (#1263).
All creative endeavors require purpose. Here’s the vision for this blog. Part 3 of 3 examines how indirect communication, i.e. art, provides a way to overcome our fears.
All creative endeavors require purpose. Here’s the vision for this blog. Part 2 of 3 examines our biases and how communication lets us use them productively.