Liu Xiaobo is the author of hundreds of essays and seventeen books. Most of the essays in No Enemies, No Hatred are from the period between 2004 and 2008, and reflect, in the service of freedom of speech, how words followed by action can change the direction of a country.
“Some of what I have found in my creative journey with PIA is courage I didn’t know I had, learning to trust creative flow, trusting myself to let go of knowing, deeply opening to not knowing, and creating space to nourish my creativity. We are on this immensely diverse, creative planet for such a short time; I hope you will take advantage of the creative gifts you have to bring forth.”
—Nicolee McMahon, author Arte of Now: Practice of Immediacy in the Arts
Need some inspiration these days? Or want to learn more about what drives people to action? These 5 nonfiction books will make you think and offer perspective on the world around you.
Dear Mister Essay Writer Guy is a droll, delicious exposé of the inner workings of Moore’s mind. Oh, and it’s a writing tutorial as well. It is a writer’s must-read.
Secondhand Time gives readers a history of people’s stories – their stories of what it was like to live through the fall of the Soviet Union and what has been carved in its wake.