|Title||:||a course in demonic creativity|
|Number of Pages||:||383 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
a course in demonic creativity Reviews
This was recommended by a good friend, and free, as an e-book at http://www.demonmuse.com/wp-content/u...The book explores the concept of creativity as an external force, exploring the classical paradigm of the muse from scientific, spiritual and practical perspectives. Its a compendium of research on the subject, full of references to various books, interviews, and articles that explore the idea of the creative force as an external power.It's also full of practical advice for writers, including some truly memorable quotes from artists and writers about their relationship with their artistic gift.I found this one of the most informative and inspiring books I've yet read on the subject, so kudos for Matt Cardin for making this book free and available to all. Matt Cardin has written many books of fiction.
I like this a lot and for a free book, that's great. It delves into the historical and cultural relevance of the artist's muse and offers good reasons why it's okay to personify your muse. In essence it gives wannabe writers like myself "permission" to think about our inspiration as a "demonic" muse. It certainly inspired me.
Insightful book about the role of the daemonic muse in creative endeavors.