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The creative process: John Steinbeck’s obsession with pencils

By Dennis Mellersh

John Steinbeck, author of The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men, East of Eden, and other American literary classics, wrote in longhand with pencils.  310 more words


Magic, naturally.

It’s nearly the end of  National Poetry Month and today is World Book Day (yay!). Though I haven’t been a strong presence in my actual poetry community, I am trying to remain present in the online community.   407 more words


Creative process: Creativity and the impact of memory loss

By Dennis Mellersh

It is only through the brain’s use of its memory, its database from the past, that the brain is able to create anything new and make sense of the present. 313 more words


3 Steps to Deeper Creativity (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Austin Wiggins

Founder & Owner of: Writing by Ender

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Writing Writer and Author of the book  537 more words



The following book review of CREATIVE THINKERING is from Kelvin Fung in Hong Kong and is posted on Amazon.com

“As an innovation consultant, I have been working closely with clients in 3 major aspects: (1) Process streamlining, (2) Strategy formulation, and (3) New product / Service development. 576 more words

Cosmology, Collidors, and Creatively Playing the Fool

I was delighted to be asked to talk about creativity at this year’s Hawkesbury Upton Literary Festival with two of my heroes. Orna Ross’s brilliance and kindness and inspiration have meant so much over the years to me personally as well as the wider literary world. 1,673 more words


Author Eric Hoffer discusses the pain of writing

By Dennis Mellersh

The creative thinking process, when applied to the craft or art of writing original material can be painful and difficult for expert and beginner alike. 310 more words