Sebastian Keller, guest blogger at the Writer’s Resource Center, has a stimulating post on using art to inspire one’s writing. To keep inspiration alive, we must challenge the rules of our craft, which Sebastian admits is a lot easier for a newbie to do. He encourages writers to “develop that magical perception. Everything is meaningful, everything is inspiring.” Even a blank computer screen can be inspiring … hmmmm … I’ll have to think about that one. But I take his point that even the most mundane circumstances, the most ordinary people can be vessels for inspiration. So go and get inspired: Read Sebastian’s full post by clicking here.
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