Sometimes to find the light we just need to pause and look outwards. Sometimes it is the underneath or the other side where the brightness sits. Sometimes it is the detail of beauty in the weeds shining in the mist.
Natalie Goldberg has written a lot about the concept of composting (in publications such as Wild Mind, and Writing Down The Bones) and creative practice. So it's about letting ideas filter, allowing characters to grow, permitting narratives to form at their own pace. Psychologists (such as Sternberg and Lubart) have analysed the role of creativity in society … Continue reading Composting, Baking, Walking: Growing Narratives