I've finally sorted myself out and started an Instagram for all things music, writing & me.
'It's not about the destination, it's about the journey'. Or is it?
Creative burnout is real, and part of it is that we end up stuck in a hole that is filled only with one type of art and creativity.
Rhythm is a wonderful word. It has so many different practical applications, and yet every time we use it, it means almost exactly the same thing.
I have a full draft. If you're wondering of what, I am in fact writing a brand new musical, libretto and all. Sounds crazy when you write it down.
"I am not furnished like a beggar, therefore to beg will not become me; my way is to conjure you..."
I had a eureka moment the other day.
I've seen some posts around lately about some of the best libraries in the world. And it got me thinking. About my favourite library of all time. The Rowden White Library at the University of Melbourne.
Someone asked me a question that freaked me out a bit the other day. It was very simple. 'So, what's your overall aim with writing a musical? Where do you want it to go?' Short answer: both everywhere and nowhere. Does anyone else ever feel this way? You're working on a creative project. You love... Continue Reading →