Great Artists Don’t Wait for Inspiration; They Work, Work, Work
Benjamin Franklin Liked Air Baths. Franz Kafka Did Naked Calisthenics.
T.S. Eliot, Wallace Stevens, Joseph Heller: They all had day jobs.
Freud’s Wife Put the Toothpaste on His Toothbrush
Does Masturbation Make You More or Less Creative?
Edgar Allan Poe, Franz Kafka, and Other Great Procrastinators
Great Architects Love a Good Nap
Why Are Great Composers—Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Mahler—Obsessed With Taking Long Walks?
Eat Like an Artist: You’ll Be More Creative—and Lose Weight!
Did Drinking Make Hemingway and Fitzgerald Great—or Hold Them Back?
The Secret to Ayn Rand’s Success: Benzedrine
Artists Who Drink Crazy Amounts of Coffee. (Balzac Was a 50-Cup-a-Day Man.)
Marcel Proust, Franz Kafka, and Other Artists Who Wouldn’t Dream of Working in the Daylight
Is Waking Up Really Early the Secret to Artistic Success?
Can You Become a Great Writer by Emulating Flaubert’s Work Habits?