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Burning Question? Favourite quote? Words to live by?
Good citizens and artists know when to keep and when to break the rulz!
Something else you'd like to share.
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Hoff, B. (1982). The Tao of Pooh. New York: E. P. Dutton.
Madson, P. R. (2005). Improv wisdom: Don't prepare, just show up. New York: Bell Tower.
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Robinson, K. (2009). The element. Toronto: Penguin Books.