Acclaimed comic book and games writer Antony Johnston, writer of the Coldest City, joins us to talk about what it was like to have his book turned into a movie, writing strong women leads, and where he gets inspiration.
Often, our creative endeavors don't pay us well. This episode, we talk about why it's okay and frequently necessary to ask for financial support to help us make things.
S. J. Tucker joins us once again to talk about how collaboration has helped her foster her creativity.
S. J. Tucker joins to talk about creating, creativity, living life as a vagabond, and keeping up her momentum of song creation.
Dan Moren joins Tempest and Aleen to talk about his debut novel, The Caledonian Gambit, how it feels to be published at last, what he'd do differently, and what he takes to book signings.
Guest Jay Miller joins Tempest and Aleen to talk about bullet journals--how to get started, what tools to use, and when to draw a kitty on it.
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.
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.
Show up and create.
Mikah Sargent motivates.
Listen to this one.
What’s the biggest thing you’ve ever done on a dare? Nisi Shawl wrote Everfair, a Steampunk book about life during warfare.