Between A and B

What you leave out is just as important as what you leave in. By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer I love detail.  I bet you already knew that just by skimming a couple of my previous blog posts.  I revel in description, and whenever I tell a story – written or verbal […]

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Knowing Your Writer’s Self

By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer   Have you found your tribe? This quote by Game of Thrones writer George R.R. Martin in last month’s Rolling Stone magazine seems apropos in light of yesterday’s entry on blooming where you’re planted. “I have names for those writers: I call them architects and gardeners. […]

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Graveyard Digging

By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer Sometimes the past can rear up unexpectedly and slap you in the face (or knock you on your ass). When that happens – when your history arrives unannounced and sets up camp in your present – I find it helpful to remember the words of Garrison […]

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Reboot and Reclaim

Starting – or Restarting – at the Beginning. By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer Now that I’ve put The Right to Write behind me – and am almost done with Bird By Bird – I thought it made sense to pick up another old favorite: Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg. […]

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