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Hey, Nicole. I knew I shouldn’t have read your headline and then tried to leave Medium to work on my blog post. Two of my most favorite subjects, Hemingway and writing more vividly. You and our mentor didn’t disappoint.
I do have one question on a strange sentence formation you might want to re-look at. Either you didn’t…
Nicole, thank you! I am a former Writer-in-Residence at the Hemingway Birthplace Home in Oak Park, IL just outside Chicago and currently a board member of the Foundation. I always have an interest in Hemingway and I thought I knew a lot about him, although certainly not a scholar in any way, but was not aware of this Esquire article and what he had written. Very cool. Thanks for finding this!
Thanks for these insights and the tips in your article. I would also recommend a book that develops in a way this idea: “The Placebo is You”, by Joe Dispenza. It´s not exactly about creativity rut, but it does connect to many of the ideas you expressed here.