I would say it's called inspiration. When you are inspired, you are able to write freely without inhibition. Writer's block means you are temporarily uninspired.
Shon, "prolificacy" and "prolificness" are both nouns that mean the opposite of writer's block. Q.
Writer's flood! It's when the inspiration and ideas are just flooding your mind and you can barely get it all out of your mind and into other's hands!
when you just can't stop writing your mind is going on and on
Being prolific. But not just producing a lot of pages of crap. Producing pages of flowing imagery and using unusual vernacular, writing backwards (from end to beginning in order to solve situations and lead readers on). Tapping into the stream of words flowing through the air.
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