Questioning and boldness are essential parts of your journey into greater creativity. Claire Burge challenges you to develop these skills.
Where does a creativity book start? The best ones might begin in unexpected places. ‘Spin’ did.
What are we reading at Tweetspeak Poetry? Catch up on the top posts from last month (or so). Featuring Claire Burge, Lakin Easterling, Daniel Sperry, Poets House and more.
A reader expects Spin: Taking Your Creativity to the Nth Degree to be for the other people, the “creative” people. And finds out it’s for her, too.
Creativity is a fragile thing. It needs attention daily, without interruption. Claire Burge shares how to use lists to make this happen consistently every week.
Our creativity book is filled with stories, illustrations, and activities. And helpful organizing principles like How to Break Down a Large Creative Idea.
The stories from behind blue doors intrigue Claire Burge until she finally musters up the nerve to knock on one. Join us as we conclude our book club discussion of Spin: Taking Your Creativity to the Nth Degree.
In our discussion of Spin: Taking Your Creativity to the Nth Degree we join author/photographer Claire Burge in the dark room to see what emerges.
Do you have creativity rituals? What rituals sparked your creativity as a child? How does ritual foster creativity? Discuss “Spin: Taking Your Creativity to the Nth Degree” by Claire Burge with us in our book club.
We’re giving creativity a place to kick off its shoes in the closet this week in our discussion of “Spin: Taking Your Creativity to the Nth Degree.”
Creativity takes time to establish. It is a process, that needs to be undertaken time and again.
In our November book club, we’ll be getting into the mind of productivity expert Claire Burge with her new illustrated release, Spin: Taking Your Creativity to the Nth Degree.
Nelson Mandela: what he started is not finished. I am thinking hard.
I nearly trip and fall into his house as soon as the door opens. The paving is uneven and I don’t factor this in as I ring the doorbell upon arrival. He is rather surprised by this strange woman looking at him and seemingly wanting to come into his house without even so much as […]
An audio excerpt from L.L. Barkat’s The Novelist: a novella featuring the delightful voice of Claire Burge.
Welcome into No 12 Lombard Street West where Paul and Alma live behind their slate grey Dublin door. Listen in as they spin stories with Claire Burge, rich in texture and history.
Should the Founding Fathers be booked for selling their used ones? Are public school students reading too much fiction? Are there too many poets writing too many poems? Which direction should I mow my lawn? Will Willingham has the answers to burning questions–or at least the burning questions–in This Week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks.
60 Lombard Street West is the first story in a series which will document the lives of the people behind the colourful doors of a Dublin suburb.
I moved to Dublin instead and discovered not only blue doors, but purple doors, red doors, yellow doors, grey doors, orange doors, pink doors, green doors … you name it and I will hazard a guess that I could find you a door painted in that exact colour. –Claire Burge shares about her adventures behind closed, colourful doors
The best in poetry (and poetic things), this week with Will Willingham. 1 Art As an insurance adjuster, I find the term “perfect storm” an unfortunate combination of words, unless we simply mean the sort of storm which generates a lot of business for me but in which no one is hurt and only easily […]