The Day god Died: Chapters I & II

"...I hated him and his kind. I hated his affluence, his expensive clothes, his chiseled looks, and the arrogance he was born too. But most of all, I hated the power he held over me, his assumption of authority, and the truth of his superiority."

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Deconstructing and Writing

Attached is today's post, via video. Email subscribers, depending on your browser, may need to click here: http://www.w-alexander.com Be sure to follow me for more content: https://www.tiktok.com/@w.alexander.thewriter/video/7023398168775642374?lang=en&is_copy_url=0&is_from_webapp=v1&sender_device=pc&sender_web_id=6957697875418056197 The truth is simple: art demands honesty. We can only create what we know, and what we know depends on what we have experienced, witnessed, and researched.

Book Review: Ordinary Genius, A Guide for the Poet Within

"This book is a must-read for those curious about writing poetry..."

A Life Lived for Art Is Never A Life Wasted

To write well, you have to write what-you-know, and your knowledge about what motivates, scares, angers, and affirms the individual person are the brushes you will use to paint page after page.

When Creativity Is Exhausted

Truly, I tell you, you can easily spend a whole-life feeling behind everyone else or below their expectations, or you can embrace who you are and accept your whole self and not just what others accept about you.

A Rambling Treatise on The Craft

Nothing arouses me more than when a reader, as if hoodwinked by a magician, thinks I have talent.

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