The Art and Skill of Vulnerability By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer “True art requires true honesty, which means that for our art’s sake, as much as for our own, we must learn the skill of vulnerability.” Julia Cameron The Right to Write It’s time to get real. Yesterday I talked about the […]Read more "To be free, you must first be vulnerable."
There Are No Other Roads By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer Funny thing about writer’s block, it can sometimes spring upon you like a hunter’s trap. There you are, walking along the path of your imagination, drinking in all the sights and sounds and enjoying your journey, when out of nowhere the […]Read more "“Wield a More Subversive Sword! – Maurice Sendak"
(Just a quick note – the next few entries will short and sweet because I’m on the road. Next week we’ll get back to our regularly scheduled broadcasts) Who Do You Want to Be? By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer Are you having doubts today? Not exactly sure you’re headed in the […]Read more "Desire and Destiny"
In the Mood By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer How are you feeling today? Are you having a good day? Does anything seem possible? Do you have a healthy list of things to look forward to? Can you barely suppress a smile as you pounce on the keyboard or pull out that […]Read more "Writing as a tool for life."
The Truth About Artist Dates By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer I wasn’t off to a glorious start. After discovering that my socks had lost all their elastic and were determined to ride down past my heels and clump up under the arch of my foot, I chose to keep on hiking […]Read more "“There is no such thing as fantasy unrelated to reality” ― Maurice Sendak"
Where are you? By Elizabeth Cutright © 2012 The Daily Creative Writer Whenever my friends and I lose each other in a crowd or a super store, on of us will yell out “Marco” and wait for the answering “Polo!” It’s goofy, but it never fail to make me smile. It’s also reassuring – we’re […]Read more "“X” Marks the Spot"
You’re Not An Impostor I was at a party a few weeks back, and a friend of mine said something so witty, so original that I replied, “watch out, I’m going to steal that for my next story!” Everyone laughed, joking that their words were no longer safe in my company. “You bet,” I replied. […]Read more "You’re A Writer"