When worlds collide in Texas, there’s a novel (or ten) in it.
If only I could rev up my Time Machine for my historical fiction research. Instead, I made a few workarounds.
If you’re a creative type, you already know this. But who doesn’t need this reminder, every now and then?
When every action yields a reaction, the choices become pretty important.
Proving once again that creative people are unique, your poll results show what ducks you are.
Are the many moods of creativity affected by weather? Take a short survey about your own creative response.
Is your writing adverb-free? I hope not. Here’s my case in favor of those lushly descriptive modifiers of verbs.
Just create to create: It sounds so easy! But what if you can’t get in the flow? Here are seven tricks to inspire you.
What does a photograph mean to me? To you? Photographs, like all art, elicit our emotions and our reactions, and the connections that we make with them. What touches me […]
A short tale of finding what I wasn’t searching for, with a twist—of color.
Looking at water for patterns, and finding them, or finding none at all, can be a source of inspiration and creativity.
Sometimes themes emerge and merge; this week, letters and cursive and sketching had the upper hand. Pick and choose from the stories in the crosswinds.
One thing leads to another on a hunt for a lobster roll in Maine—where you can find pearls before lobster and study the lost art of cursive, too.
Lettering Required: When you’re devoted to type, college and career requirements can enable lifelong passions, especially to the art of letters.
Timing is everything. One can acquire patience and prudence with a Spanish dagger in an Austin, Texas front yard, but will be rewarded with a stunning display of blooms.