September 14, 2011

Martha Rich in 344 Questions

Martha Rich is one of a few from a talented group of writers, musicians, and artists who contributed for a book called: 344 Questions: The Creative Person’s Do-It-Yourself Guide to Insight, Survival, and Artistic Fulfillment The Peachpit pocket-sized book is available online in both eBook or print formats

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 The secret to creative success lies not in knowing the right answers, but in knowing how to ask the right questions–and this little book is full of them! A veritable therapy session on paper, 344 Questions is composed entirely of questions designed to help you determine where you are in your life and career, where you want to be, and how to get there. Hopefully, you’ll also laugh along the way. 

Martha Rich in ‘344 Questions’

Each spread in this colorful, pocket-sized book contains a series of several questions illustrated in Stefan Bucher’s unique, whimsical, hand-lettered style. The questions are designed to get you thinking and drawing and writing with room on each spread to fill in the blanks and jot down ideas. Sample questions include: Can you name 10 things that reliably stress you out? Do you need 10 more spaces? Was filling out lists on your list? Or the decimal system? What happens when you get stressed out? Do you think stress is heroic? Can you please convince me that that’s really stupid?

Martha Rich section in ‘344 questions’

The talented group of writers, musicians, and artists contributing to the book include: Jed Alger, Judd Apatow, Marian Bantjes, Ken Carbone, Tim Carvell, Deanne Cheuk, Wayne Coyne, Russell Davies, Arem Duplessis, Dave Eggers, Karen Fowler, Ze Frank, Jona Frank, Jill Greenberg, Stanley Hainsworth, Peter Hannan, Debbie Millman, Rick Morris, Seth Morris, Christoph Niemann, David Norland, Patton Oswalt, Martha Rich, Stefan Sagmeister, Meredith Scardino, J.J. Sedelmaier, Dave Stewart, Lara Tomlin, Jakob Trollbäck, Rick Valicenti, Esther Pearl Watson, Lynda Weinman, Jan Wilker, Doyald Young, Tarsem

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