Guest Andy Baio joins us to talk about AI: what it is, how it works, and whether or not it is actually creative.
Twitter is (still) going down in a blaze of...well, not glory. Its demise has been a blow to many creative people, so let's talk about what to do in the wake of any social media platform's decline.
Tempest's first book, Ruby Finley vs. the Interstellar Invasion, has been published! In this episode, she shares her experience writing and publishing a middle-grade book.
Does a spiritual practice play a part in your creative process? Do you have any rituals to help you create? Tempest and Aleen share their thoughts, feelings, history with spirituality, & current spiritual practices and how they relate to their creativity.
Whitney "Strix" Beltrán joins Tempest and Aleen to talk about her path to becoming a narrative director in the video games industry.
It's easy to get bogged down in the notion that you've waited too long to start a new creative pursuit, but Tempest and Aleen are here to tell you that it is never too late to try something new.
It can be really hard to put yourself out there when you don't feel like you know everything on a topic. This month, Tempest, Aleen, and guest Quinn Rose talk about strategies for overcoming that feeling so you can get started.
2020 is here! What did you achieve in the 2010s? Tempest and Aleen talk about why they dislike this question, and interrogate what "achievement" really means. In 2020 they're reframing creative goals and what accomplishments look and feel like.
Rosemary Orchard joins Aleen and Tempest to talk about the writing process. Their productivity topics include getting over barriers to creativity, not holding yourself to impossible standards, and establishing a writing ritual that works for you.