I’m delighted to let you know that I’ll be interviewed by Mark Lipinski for his live internet radio show, Creative Mojo — this Wednesday afternoon!
Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski was chosen by Digg.com as one of the Internet’s five most motivational webcasts and was a featured podcast on iTunes.com. The premise of the show is to spotlight creativity and the creative process and has a following of roughly 40,000-plus listeners. “Infused with Mark’s off-the-cuff and no-holds-barred humor and love of the creative spirit, the show boldly encourages listeners to discover and harness their own creative spirit by living creatively everyday.”
We’ll be discussing Studio Mothers and a few other things related to creativity and awesomeness, this Wednesday, June 6. The show runs from 3:00 to 5:00 pm eastern time. I’ll be on just after 4:00 for about 25 minutes.
Visit http://toginet.com/shows/creativemojo to listen live and/or subscribe to the Creative Mojo podcast at iTunes. I look forward to hearing your feedback!
Last week I happened across the Creative Mom Podcast:
“The Creative Mom Podcast started in June of 2006. The goal of the weekly show is to provide a creative talk show filled with good creative discussion and inspiring music for creative moms (and non-moms and artists and creatives of all types) to listen to for a feeling of community, understanding, and inspiration. The format for the show is fairly organic and changes often, but staples of the show include creative projects with kids, artist notes from the week in review, journaling ideas and suggestions, book reviews, blog mentions, weekly prompts, and, sometimes, creative non-fiction essays.”
Episode #104 includes a review of Danny Gregory‘s Creative License: Giving Yourself Permission to Be the Artist You Truly Are, one of my favorite books. The podcast’s music selections may or may not be to your taste, but you might enjoy listening to a few episodes while you’re cooking dinner, folding laundry, or commuting.
Amy Cowen, the creator of the Creative Mom Podcast, also has a blog, Threaded Thoughts:
“At Threaded Thoughts, I’m tracking, tracing, mapping, and recording the many overlapping, intersecting, often-gossamer strands of motherhood and creativity that define me. From black and white to Technicolor, from lace weight to bulky, from watercolor to pen and ink, I’m following a path with no clear map other than an internal compass and the ever-changing lens of personal vision.”
Enjoy and create!