Creativity

Responsibility to the Work

Seeing Creative Work Through

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The poet Mary Oliver spoke of her responsibility to the work. She was talking about poetry and writing, but I think it’s true of all creative work. As the creator, we have a responsibility to the things we create. To do the work earnestly, honestly, and to the best of our ability. To hold it and reshape it into something else…

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Kevin J Fellows

Kevin J Fellows

Writer & Poet of speculative fantasy. Author of the novel At the End of the World. Stories & poetry in SFF publications. Creativity Podcaster kevinjfellows.com