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  1. Thanks Libby. I see creativity as being involved with ‘stuff’ – whether that is a vocational decision or a pigment.

    I’m lucky that my medium is words – the materials cost little and all I need is some relatively quiet space. As to my life – that to I try to engage with rather than relying on old habits and attitudes (hopefully partly successfully – though habits for the things we aren’t currently engaged with I think are useful too).

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