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How I Create: Q&A with Photographer, Writer Susannah Conway

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Associate Editor

How I Create: Q&A with Photographer, Writer Susannah ConwayI’m thrilled to announce a new series we’ll be doing here on Psych Central. It’s all about creativity. Each month we’ll interview one person about their creative process and inspirations along with their tips for cultivating creativity.

To kick-start the series, we spoke with one of my all-time fave bloggers and e-course creators. (Seriously, I’ve taken two of her courses already and will be starting a third in January.)

In addition to creating thoughtful courses, Susannah Conway also is a photographer — and self-professed Polaroid addict — and author. Her first book, This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart (Globe Pequot Press), launches in June 2012. She’s also co-authored another book, Instant Love: How to Make Magic and Memories with Polaroids (Chronicle Books), coming out in spring 2012.

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