A project-based study of creative routine featuring writer-produced videos, photos, and essays. From inspiration to realization this vulnerable analysis of writing reveals familiar patterns of ambition and apprehension. Share your process and join the conversation.
For something I claim to love more than anything, I, at times, avoid writing like the plague. The procrastination is almost itself an art form. Despite the voice telling me writing is the only thing I -want- to be doing, there’s times I will do just about anything else. I will first tend to all manner of trivial things—I will take out the trash, reorganize my closet, cut my hair, email my aunt—before I settle down to write. READ MORE
Faint dawn gently graces the skies through the blinds of my window, laying a ghostly blue kiss on my eyelids. “You know that place between sleep and awake, that place where you still remember dreaming?” Well, forget about it. Three kids with ADHD thunder from room to room in the apartment upstairs. Blaring through the even thinner walls out of trucks in the parking lot, ranchero (with amplified bass) loud enough to wake God.READ MORE