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It might seem, to the outsider, that writers live pretty safe lives. Yes, there are some, mostly journalists, who immerse themselves in troubled and war-torn countries, and they can and do get hurt. But most of us who write sit at keyboards or notepads every day and create stuff—poems, plays, stories, essays—mostly from our heads.Still, although we may be safe from physical harm, all of us who write know that every hour we devote to our notepad or keyboard, every moment we stop and think and dwell on the thoughts and ideas that will, in one way or another, find life on a page or computer display, involves monumental risk.Read the Post
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The word ‘creative’ refers to the use of literary craft, the technique fiction writers, playwrights, and poets employ to present nonfiction stories that read like fiction so that your readers are as enthralled be fact as they are by fantasy. But the stories are true.