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Before there is a breakthrough, there has to be a block
Brilliant cartoonist and Guggenheim Fellow Flash Rosenberg explores creativity and its essential companions, frustration and disappointment, in this sublime hand-drawn depiction of Jonah Lehrer's book Imagine: How Creativity Works. Though we resist their embrace, all writers must immerse themselves to celebrate the breakthroughs they bring us.
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