'Use the stories in Make to Know as a blueprint to liberate yourself from self-doubt, creative blocks, and fear of failure. A masterful thesis that unlocks the framework for us all to reach our creative potential'
Lynda Weinman, Cofounder and executive chair, Lynda.com (now LinkedInLearning)
'A vital and vibrant exploration of the creative process. The relationship between the artistic process and the intellectual process has rarely been broached in such an original way'
Steve Vineberg, Distinguished Professor of the Arts and Humanities, College of the Holy Cross
'An inspiring read and an encouraging book for trying times. It is a meditation on finding one’s own creative way to move forward'
Esther Pearl Watson, artist, visual storyteller and creator of the award-winning comic Unlovable
'Will change your ideas about creativity, its relationship to making and uncertainty, and even how we live'
Carol T. Christ, Chancellor, University of California, Berkeley