I am interested in how the intersection of our outer and inner lives affects confidence in creativity, trust in the imagination, and the development of narrative both for the individual and the collective.

This blog explores the themes of creative identity and creative process, and the way in which external conditions and life experiences intersect with how we experience these innate but often unsupported parts of our inner lives.

My writing practice overlaps into my mentoring and facilitation practices, and you can read more about those here.

I am pleased to announce that two resources I have been developing are now on sale:

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  1. dangerous where have you been it’s been too long since we traded reviews or even had a decent chat get in touch with me when he can reasonably not by sight for a while is that I was in an accident breaking my right collarbone as well as doing some damage to my shoulder and had to immobilize it and since I’m right-handed it makes virtually impossible to do anything without pain or efficiency. but I can’t stand anymore so I’m going to do a couple of reviews in the next couple days to look and let me know she think. JPF


      1. Thanks Dangerous you know Bonnie still follows your writings and posts religiously. Let me know when we can exchange a review. It still hurts to type but I can’t neglect this any longer.


        1. I exchange the odd tweet with Bonnie too, which is nice. I haven’t written any fresh material for the kung fu blog for a long, long, long time. I am pretty brain dead these days but I keep wanting to get back to it… will let you know when I do.


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