Creativity is not linear, but writing about it often is. Creativity is messy; writing about it is not. Creativity lives in the in-between; writing about it points to the space within. Creativity involves movement—it is, in fact, a form of movement—while writing—and reading—about it makes us stand still. Creativity is represented by ideas on the move, messy, nonlinear, embodied, and in-between. And so, if ideas could describe this movement, what would they say?

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