Category: Psychological States

White Paper – Wilt Thou Be My Confident?: Grief and Creation

On July 8, 1822, poet Percy Bysshe Shelley died in a boating accident. Months later, Mary Shelley wrote the following in her journal: If you ever get the chance to read the whole entry, it will break your heart. (If you’re not a cold-hearted… Continue Reading “White Paper – Wilt Thou Be My Confident?: Grief and Creation”

Writing the Windblown, Schizophrenic World

I came¬†across this fascinating book called Windblown World: The Journals of Jack Kerouac 1947-1954 — which covers the period of time when he wrote his first novel The Town and the City and his second On the Road. Basically, it’s a log of his… Continue Reading “Writing the Windblown, Schizophrenic World”

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