Hearing your own mysterious voice

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You may recall the recent post that was written by my friend Padma Maxwell recounting her experience of me giving her a creative approach

Padma stuck around after we were done and ended up sharing creative approach duty with me. Shortly after I had my interaction with Padma a young author came named Arthur came to the table for help with his writing. Predictably, the story goes elsewhere.

Today is another venture into the audio blog post format. Please listen as Padma and I co-tell the story of Stanley and his desire for his writing and where it might take him. You may not be a writer or an artist but I think we stumbled upon a larger idea that was relevant to Stanley that will be applicable to you as well about how secret ways forward hide in plain sight.

I was grateful for Padma being there and I hope you check out her offerings at her site.

Please tell me…more audio? Would video of me recounting the stories be of interest? Is there a little Stanley in you?

[audio:http://stillmansays.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Stillman-Says_-Padma-Maxwell-and-I-tell-the-story-of-Stanley-the-emerging-sci-fi-writer.mp3|titles=Stillman Says_ Padma Maxwell and I tell the story of Stanley the emerging sci fi writer]

Stillman Says_ Padma Maxwell and I tell the story of Stanley the emerging sci fi writer

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4 comments
HarrietM
HarrietM

I prefer written, also. When I am listening to an article instead of reading it, I have to concentrate harder to catch every word. If I get interrupted, I have to hope that the online player is one of those that will let me pause or rewind as needed without forcing me to wait while it rebuffers everything.

I don't mind listening to audio files for a friend once in a while, but I do not want to have to do it on a regular basis.

betty widerski
betty widerski

I prefer written - I process information visually.

Kate Lamdin
Kate Lamdin

I missed the written form ... I like how succinct you are when you write, and I like being able to reread in order to think about what you did / said. I found it harder to follow the discussion and understand Stanley's challenge and you and Padma's suggestions.

mstillman
mstillman

kate, thanks for saying so. I may have to mix it up and offer written and spoken for those who want to take it on the road or not sitting in front of a computer.

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