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Who is Eric Maisel?
Eric Maisel is an American psychotherapist, teacher, coach, author and atheist. His most popular books include Fearless Creating, The Van Gogh’s Blues, Coaching the Artist Within, and The Atheist’s Way.
- born in (68 years ago) in The Bronx
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Author, teacher
- written works: "Deep writing", "Everyday Creative", "Staying sane in the arts", "Ten Zen seconds", "Creativity for Life", "The art of the book proposal", "Sleep thinking", "The blackbirds of Mulhouse", "Writers and Artists on Devotion", "Affirmations for artists", "The ten-second pause", "Artists Speak", "Toxic Criticism", "Creative recovery", "20 Communication Tips at Work", "Write mind", "Fearless presenting", "A writer's Paris", "Coaching the Artist Within", "The Fretful Dancer", "A Writer's San Francisco", "A life in the arts", "The Van Gogh Blues"
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The Mermaid’s Tail (2012)
by Sophia Delaat
” Eric Maisel is a contemporary American writer who wrote books like: Mastering Creative Anxiety and Fearless Creating. F. Scott ...
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