Coping with Inertia
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Woman walking alone
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“Go to the top of a nice, steep hill. Lie down. Start rolling. Doesn’t matter if you start slow, you will pick up all kinds of speed. Inertia is great.”
Catherine Castellan

IN THE THREE WEEKS following my first writing retreat, I haven’t written. Actually, that isn’t entirely true. I’ve been diligently cranking out morning pages as prescribed in Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way for several months. Anyone who’s ever written morning pages knows the point of the exercise/practice is not to generate publishable material, it’s just to write every morning.

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Editor, Joey Stocks
Joey Stocks

was born into an Arkansas newspaper family. He strayed into theatre as a performer before joining the Guild in August 2011 as Director of Publications and Editor of The Dramatist.