The link to the podcast is at the bottom of this post.
In last week’s podcast, I mentioned my library book problem, but the stack of books in the photo didn’t truly reflect it.
Here is a better picture:
This week’s podcast was very cathartic for me. Those who listen will learn why.
I talk about the book The Artist’s Way (again) and how much I appreciated it. I discuss how creative processes are often disregarded, and how this book will help anyone who wishes to reconnect with that part of themselves.
This quote was featured in the book, and it struck a chord with me:
Does it strike a chord with you as well?
So, whether you choose to listen to the podcast or not, here are a few questions for everyone.
Was there anything you’ve always wanted to try as a child or a teenager but you were told it was frivolous, so you dismissed it?
Are you taken seriously if you are an artist or creative of any kind? Is your family or friend group supportive of your artistic endeavors?
In the final segment of the podcast, I talk about hosting a writer’s gathering next summer. I’m an introvert at heart, so it wouldn’t be a massive conference; in fact, it would be the polar opposite. Listen to the podcast at around the 11- minute mark to get a sense of what I’m thinking. It sounds a lot better in the podcast than it does here. 🙂
Think hippie commune/actor table read/bonfire with friends.
Would you be interested in being part of something like this, depending on Covid situations?