You might enjoy this new book Imagine: How Creativity Works by Jonah Lehrer. Some very good descriptions of how the creative process arises and how creativity does not fit into a linear, analytical mindset. Lehrer does not approach the area of remote viewing and non-local awareness, in fact, he explicitly stays away from it. But his discussion definitely moves the ball down the field.
However, one also wishes that Lehrer would look at some of the recent research concerning remote viewing, human-machine interactions at PEAR Labs, and presentience data that show that our imaginations may span more than just our right brains.
(Also take a look at this previous post concerning recent discoveries about human imagination.)