I’ve taken a break over the summer on the Atelier Project Blog to give me more time to work on my final portfolio for the MLitt., but I am brimming over with thoughts about creativity that I want to share – and so I swear I’m gonna steal the time to organize those thoughts. Consider this blog my ‘creativity file.’
All of these tragedies. (And comedies.) All of these major epics and sagas condensed into dates, names, details that can fit in a headline. Continue reading
Last month I went on a crazy writing binge to finish my MLitt portfolio and submit it 3 days before the deadline. I emerged, catching my breath and exhausted. Continue reading
I follow a healthy host of bloggers and authors who specialize in creativity – inspirational, motivational thinkers and doers. They are musicians, artists, writers: creators that I admire. Some are spiritual or religious, some are not; some are political, some are not. And you know what? Not one of these encouraging, deep-thinking figures – who are ironic and outspoken on the usual issues that ruffle political feathers – has whispered a word about the Planned Parenthood scandal. I am shocked by the silence of creators on the issue of abortion. Continue reading
I approached self-publishing my final Editing & Publication project at the U of Glasgow carefully. I read loads and loads of helpful, and not so helpful, articles and blogs before I decided that Blurb.co.uk would be the fit for me. My final decision came down to two factors. Continue reading
The Atelier Project IS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON UK.
At long last, my friends!