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The Power of Creativity in a Post-Pandemic World

The Power of Creativity in a Post-Pandemic World

Many of us now find ourselves fully vaccinated and are busy plotting our exhilarating return to our pre-pandemic lifestyles: hangs with family and friends, eating out, exercising out, drinking out, partying out—a long list of anything and everything that can be done...
The Creative Habits That Make Us

The Creative Habits That Make Us

It’s raining outside. Gray. My dog, Koda, in from a short walk, is thoroughly drying his body all over my couch, writhing around as if his long fur is on fire (if you ever visit you’ll understand why my living room has the curious smell of D.S. & Durga candle and...
A Note from Our Home Office

A Note from Our Home Office

My desk faces east toward Lake Michigan. It would be a stunning view if it weren’t for the half-mile of lofts, college-prep schools, hotels, and mid-rise buildings between here and there. Still, it’s not bad. The desk is a three-piece job, a tabletop built to click...
What Does It Really Mean to “Love” Your Work?

What Does It Really Mean to “Love” Your Work?

As we agonized over putting the final touches on Sixtysix Issue #3 (and let’s be honest, by “final touches” I mean completely reorganizing and frantically re-editing entire sections of the book while drowning in self-doubt), I found my creative process, the one that...
A Note to Our Readers

A Note to Our Readers

Our first print issue was created with you in mind, the professional who must come up with ideas, in one form or another, day in and day out as part of your work. You might be just starting out, full of zeal, lust, and misplaced focus. Or maybe you’re well recognized...