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a copy is better than a blank page

  Years ago, when I decided to become a writer, I was told: “write down your dreams”. At the time, I didn’t ask why, but now, after recording thousands of dreams, I realize the value… Yes, in those dreams, we … Continue reading

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Talking to Myself

  Dream scenes are illogical, disjointed, chaotic, unrealistic… …and also logical, chronological, and ordinary. For example, in a recent dream… I’m walking alongside a busy highway.  I have to be careful because, to my right, cars coming up fast behind … Continue reading

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To Write is to Dream

  I never had anybody tell me a dream where afterwards my life had changed for the better.”                                —  author Richard Ford Unfortunately, most of the authors interviewed for Writers Dreaming by Naomi Epel don’t write their dreams down, … Continue reading

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Writing is Dreaming, Dreaming is Writing

“I never had anybody tell me a dream where afterwards my life had changed for the better.”       —  Richard Ford, from the book Writers Dreaming I hesitated before reading Writers Dreaming, by Naomi Epel. What would I learn?—most of the authors … Continue reading

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