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It’s Easy to Talk About Fear

Reflecting on what it’s like to talk about fear, compared to the fears that crop up when it’s time to talk about love.

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If I Were in Charge of the World

If I were in charge of the world, tiny scribbled notes would be left under pillows, just fragments of poems in the middle of the night, like a poetry tooth fairy, swapping poems for pain.

A prose poem from the starting prompt ‘If I were in charge of the world..’

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9 Steps to Developing a Writing Practice

Exploring the ingredients of writing practice; what helps you develop and stick to it.

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10 Things It Might Be That Don’t Mean You’re Afraid

10 Things It Might Be That Don’t Mean You’re Afraid

Biding your time doesn’t necessarily mean you’re afraid; there might be other creative processes going on.

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20 Things that Doubt Will Do, and 3 Things It Can’t

20 Things that Doubt Will Do, and 3 Things It Can’t

The impact of doubt on your writing life, learning how to live with it, and the key areas of your writing that doubt cannot touch.

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