THE REVIEW ISSUE №1
The weekly newsletter from The Creative Mind
Hello and welcome to the first edition of The Review, a weekly roundup of articles and other news from The Creative Mind — The Art & Science of Creative Expression.
First and foremost, I would like to thank you, the reader, for subscribing to The Creative Mind. My hope is that you will receive value from the articles we publish on the art and science of creativity.
Secondly, I’d like to acknowledge the addition of the first few writers on the publication A. S. Deller, Dmitri Belikov, Mike Hogan, Nick Wignall, Rachel Gould, Kristin Merrilees, Alyssa Mae, Melissa Miles McCarter, and Britin McCarter
Thanks folks for coming on board. I’m looking forward to receiving your submissions. In an effort to help you create the best content possible, I’ve been updating the submission guidelines and added a new article that might assist you further.
The Main Objective
My main objective for The Creative Mind is that it can become a primary readers’ resource for the best articles on the Art & Science of Creativity on Medium and beyond. The way that happens is by inviting the best writers I can find to write great articles.
Find out how you can write for us here.
Getting published is not difficult and that’s the way I want to keep it. All I ask is that you consider the guidelines and frame your article in terms of creativity. This should be the primary tag for your article and will help your work get curated and featured in this topic.
Any questions on publishing with The Creative Mind, just drop me a private message or comment in the guidelines article.
Articles This Week
There have been almost two weeks of articles since we launched, and I’d like to share some of those with you this Saturday.
Kristin shares her thoughts on how to develop creative ideas.
A.S. Deller looks at the prospects for humanity in a future where the lines between human and machine are hard to define.
In this article, Mike looks to the past for solutions to contemporary problems of mental health
The Creative Personality by Larry G. Maguire
In this article, I take a look at four keys traits of the creative personality and how we might develop them.
Help Spread The Word?
It’s early days, but I’d like to get to the stage where we are publishing daily, and, of course, continuing to grow our readership. If you receive some value from the content and if you’re so inclined, you can help by doing one or more of the following things;
Share the articles you enjoy on social media
Post a comment and share your own experience
Become a writer and share your expertise.
That’s all I’ve got for now. Have a pleasant weekend and I’ll see you next week in your inbox.