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Sunday, November 20, 2005

I was just over at ...

...the Coltillion Interview and while the questions Basil asked and the answers the ladies gave were all almost equally interesting, this one tickled my fancy: "How do you handle writer’s block?" The ladies' answers were cool, but I prefer my method of dealing with writer's block over all others: I simply emulate James Joyce and start spewing unconnected, random words that have apparent connection without having any cohesive meaning. When something starts to stick to the screen, I know I've found some good $*** and start blogging. Often, I'm wrong of course, and it's not good $*** at all, but really bad $*** and ought to be a candidate for a "worst of the blogosphere" award. So? It still keeps the voices in my head mollified... ;-)
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