Laurie Doctor is an artist, calligrapher and poet who wouldn't know biz-speak if it bit her. She puts on workshops, one of which is called Finding Your Own Story. "The best stories," she writes, "have been passed down through time, not because they reflect unchanging fact, but because of a deeper truth about the human condition. Remembering these stories gives societies context, dimension, vision. Stories contain warnings, predicaments and universal answers. They become an invisible architecture that holds us, creating cultural cohesion."
From Christopher Locke, in Publish