Creatives are always Rediscovering. Remembering More than Observing

Part 2 of my guest blog is up at Antler. Here’s the beginning:

When my older brother at three years of age suffered a traumatic brain injury, he awoke three months later from a coma, unable to talk or walk. After two years of intense physical therapy he took his first step without a walker. He cried from the pain. That first step, re-doing and re-learning the simple action his body once knew, in a time before.

When I write I’m always faced with that first painful step. The act I’ve done so many times before, which feels like I’m standing at the edge of a cliff, frozen in fear at the depth and width of words and stories.

Go here to read the rest and comment. And be sure to check out the site. There’s some great interviews and articles. Here’s the Twitter for the mastermind behind the site.

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