It’s the time of year for college / university and high school graduations in the US. So I thought I’d put a “commencement” spin on this week’s Weekly Writer Wisdom, with one of the most inspiring, entertaining, and craft-pertinent speeches I’ve ever heard from an author – and it’s by the one and only Neil Gaiman. 🙂
(Look for this week’s #WeeklyWriterWisdom questions after the jump. If you’d like, click here to read a transcript of Gaiman’s “Make Good Art” speech.)
This Week’s Question: Since there’s a lot of wisdom to glean from this speech, I’ll keep this week’s question open-ended. What parts of Gaiman’s “Make Good Art” resonated most with you? How could you apply this advice to your writing / creative process and life in general?
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