By Katerina Bohle Carbonell Community as a source of support for creativity is a two-edged sword. It drives you forward when you can trust community members and talk with them. But it holds you back when your strangeness is frowned about. When being creative you are taking steps into the unknown. You brace yourself for the fall, the harsh critique ("What the fuck are you doing?") but instead of violently hitting the ground and breaking, you walk away with a couple of scratches and bruises. Your community stepped forward. That's what they do. They catch you. They don't let you fall (too hard). They also push you to step beyond your known world.