Ink-dweller

Defined by author Marie Cornelio, a Ink-dweller is a person that loves to write and feels a Divine force guiding them as they write. Marie coined this phrase while teaching her writing course for poets, screenplay writers, authors and aspiring authors.

Ink-dweller

Inkdweller n.

Ink-dwelling, Ink-dwelt.

1. To exist as an animating or divine inner writer force, or principle.

2. To be found near lots of ink or living near ink
Is a ink-dweller I find myself wanting to write to inspire others.

Or

As a ink-dweller I live near ink.
by Beloved-One October 23, 2013

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