"The universe is made of stories, not of atoms."
—Muriel Rukeyser

Barry Kibrick: My conversation with Dr. Palumbo about his book, Writing from the Inside Out

There is no cure for life. It’s not a problem to be solved. It’s an experience to be had, a set of circumstances to be endured, events to be survived, realities to be accepted—more or less on a daily basis, with courage, conviction, humor, and a modicum of hope.
Dennis PalumboWriting from the Inside Out

Although we have much in common with the rest of the animal kingdom one of the key things that separate us is our creativity. We are defined by our creativity and it exists in everything we do. From art, design, literature and film, to manufacturing, science, teaching and law, it is the creative juices within us that make all things happen.

However, the creative process is never without some pain and suffering. It is the price we pay to experience the benefits of the creative human spirit. Few are as aware of this as psychologist and writer Dennis Palumbo.

Read more at Barry Kibrick, Going Further Between the Lines

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