Creativity Tweets of the Week – 10/28/11

Yes, my weekly collection of great links on creativity and writing is back after a several-week hiatus. I don’t have many links to share when I don’t tweet, and I’ve been negligent with my Twitter feed the last couple of weeks. Mea culpa. I still love you.

CREATIVITY

WRITING

Feel free to help seed my tweet feed by sending me directly links you think creatives would value. I’ll be sure to give you a shout-out.

About Patrick Ross

I'm the author of Committed: A Memoir of the Artist's Road.

7 Responses to “Creativity Tweets of the Week – 10/28/11”

  1. Really enjoyed Charlotte’s piece on ideas. And Killick’s wonderful rant “Four lies the internet tells you about writing.”

    Thanks, Patrick. Good luck with that visibility. (If it’s any consolation, I’m positive my visibility and influentiality on Twitter scores way the heck lower than yours. ;))

  2. Thanks for including me, and thanks, Milli for mentioning me in your comment!

  3. @taureanw, thanks!

    @Milli, when you grow up Catholic you find things to feel guilty about, and apparently that includes not tweeting enough (or tweeting too much).

    @Charlotte, always good to have you here.

  4. Oooh, Good stuff here.

    I miss these lists every time you skip one. Even though I click through a lot of what you tweet, I always miss some gems.

    Kate

  5. So many good links here, Thanks for sharing them, Patrick. I’ve already read a few on my own, but will try to explore the rest throughout this weekend!

  6. Thanks for including me in your writing links, Patrick. And now I’ve discovered your blog and you have a new fan:-)

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