I'm reading Nobel Prize winning Daniel Kahneman's groundbreaking book Thinking Fast and Slow. What does a celebrated psychologist turned economist have to say about creative writing (besides the fact that his step-daughter is the fiction editor...
The perils posed by creativity aren’t the obvious ones.
Mandy Webster's insight:
"Creativity and eccentricity are often rooted in the same cause, which has to do with how we process information. Because the volume of data that streams into our minds is staggeringly vast, most of us have built-in cognitive filters that keep most of it out. We simply can’t deal with the volume otherwise."
"The blue-backed notebooks, the two pencils and the pencil sharpener (a pocket knife was too wasteful), the marble topped tables, the smell of early morning, sweeping out and mopping, and luck were all you needed.
Jonathan Franzen, everyone's favorite literary grump, once said, "It's doubtful that anyone with an Internet connection at his workplace is writing good fiction." We understand what he's getting at: If you're embarking on the daunting and t...
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