elizabeth gilbert and the orm

The Orm is what Walter Moers calls the divine, possessed inspiration that comes over a writer when working on what will become a masterpiece. In this video—which I guarantee will interest any of my writer readers, and maybe a few others besides—Elizabeth Gilbert (who apparently wrote a best-selling book called Eat Pray Love, among other rather interesting things) talks about her relationship with the orm and re-assesses the way our culture understands creative genius.

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Sunday December 13th 2009, 7:04 am 1 Comment
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thank you for leaving us this treasure

Comment by skeletonflower 12.15.09 @ 8:36 pm




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