Jodi Eichelberger has been a puppeteer on Broadway, Icelandic television, and even in movies. He joins us to talk about life behind the puppet, moving from New York to Boise, and finding a community of creativity.
Show up and create.
Mikah Sargent motivates.
Listen to this one.
There once was a person named Tempest
Whose advice was simply the wisest
“Practice your art!
That’s where it all starts!”
Even though sometimes it’s the toughest.
Tempest recently got to spend a month at an artist’s residency in Idaho. How did it go? What did she learn? Listen to find out!
We’re baaaacccckkkkK! We use our triumphant return to talk about why the show was on hiatus, getting through stressful times, saying no, and letting go of The Shoulds.
It’s almost November, the month where writers all over the world roll up their sleeves and write a novella. Jason Snell joins us to talk about NaNoWriMo, why people do it, and how to avoid common pitfalls.
What’s the biggest thing you’ve ever done on a dare? Nisi Shawl wrote Everfair, a Steampunk book about life during warfare.
Have you ever looked at your email with scorn
and thought, “I could really use a unicorn
to sort and tidy this digital thorn?”
Be of good cheer, don’t be forlorn!
There sidekicks who are foresworn
to help fight our battles before we’re careworn.
We need to work out some feelings.
Insecurity, overenthusiasm and overexertion, joy, worry. They’re all there.