K.E. Creighton

On Writing: Always start writing with a vital question in mind, or to better understand an emotional state. The best writing usually necessitates combining these two elements with great discretion and diplomacy, regardless of what is being written.

On Reading: Everything read can inspire something that still needs to be written, as long as itโ€™s read with the appropriate attitude.

On Life: Be curious, not judgemental. And carpe diem.

Modus Operandi: Question and appreciate everything, in equal measure.

Philosophy: The only thing that I know for certain is that I don’t know much of anything for certain.