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August 02, 2015

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I've also wondered about writers who stop writing and move into other forms of art. Some (like me) I think lack the stamina and stomach for what the publishing industry has become, but I also wonder how many others turn to painting and such.

Thanks, Susan. The publishing industry has certainly become a daunting obstacle course. I think your observation is very interesting. There's a certain creative drive in artists that can take on various forms. I'm impressed if someone can go from shaping words to shaping images on a canvas because they're such different skills.

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