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Give Your Creativity Time to Work

A friend recently sent me this clip of Ira Glass (PRI’s This American Life) talking about creativity. If you’re a writer or any type of creative person, it’s worth a look.

The clip is an animation of an excerpt of Glass’s talk made by a company called Get Out The Box. To see the entire four-part series, start with part 1 below, and go to YouTube for parts 2 through 4.


About Joe Ponepinto

Co-publisher, with Kelly Davio, of Tahoma Literary Review. Author of "Curtain Calls," a featured Kirkus Review. Married to Dona. Dad to Henry, the coffee-drinkin' dog.


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