Using neuroscience to stimulate creativity

Tapping into the science of the brain enables creatives to overcome blocks and release potential.
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When Sue Woolfe was in the midst of writing her third novel, The Secret Cure, she struck a problem as old as art: creative block.

‘It was one of those novels that first seemed like the kind that novelists dream of, where the plot came immediately, before I’d even begun. The problem was I got stuck there. Knowing the plot seemed to chain me down and stifle my imagination,’ she said.

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Brooke Boland
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Brooke Boland is a freelance writer based on the South Coast of NSW. She has a PhD in literature from the University of NSW. You can find her on Instagram @southcoastwriter.
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