August 7, 2017
On today's episode, I talk with entertainment lawyer David Lizerbram. He gives us the scoop on copyright for writers, what to be aware of when writing about living people, and other issues pertaining to creative output.
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July 19, 2017
On today's episode, I talk about Jeff Goins book Real Artists Don't Starve and in particular the one quality every writer must have.
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July 14, 2017
Today's episode is the Facebook live broadcast for Fuel Fridays in my FB group. To join our writers' group, go to bit.ly/oycgroup.
One of my sources for creative inspiration are the magazines, Harper's and The New Yorker. They inspire me to create but they also fill up my creativity tank. I get ideas for my writing but also see things in a new way. I see potential in the crazy connections I make in my head because I see how other writers follow down those leads and create wonderful, inspiring pieces out of them, and one of my favourite non-fiction writers is Rebecca Solnit.
Listen to the full episode now.
July 12, 2017
I did an informal poll on Facebook asking what apprenticeship when it comes to being a writer meant to people. The answers were what I expected:
- warnings to stay away because it’s unpaid work
- or just neutral comments that it was unpaid work
As you know, my weekly Wealth Wednesdays (my Facebook live sessions) are dedicated to exploring our money mindset as writers, and the springboard for these conversations is the book Real Artists Don’t Starve by Jeff Goins.
In Chapter 3, Jeff talks about this very topic. Apprenticeship and the role it plays in people who want to become thriving not starving artists.
In today's episode I explore the question of apprenticeships for writers - good or bad?
June 28, 2017
Today’s show kicks off a 12 part series about wealth, writing and the money mindset. Each week, I’ll be talking about Jeff Goins’ book Real Artists Don’t Starve.
These episodes go live in our Facebook group first, so if you want to interact in real time, join us in the Own Your Creativity community at bit.ly/oycgroup
June 18, 2017
In today's episode I talk about Father's Day, Zeus and Writing, and I also talk about the free writing challenge happening June 26 to July 1st. Registration deadline is June 23rd, so I invite you to sign up today at bit.ly/writejune.
May 28, 2017
Today I talk about what goes on behind the scenes in any creative writing practice, and I invite you to join me in The Writing Den, a 4-week facilitated session of live, online writing. To find out more, go to bit.ly/thewritingden
May 21, 2017
Today’s episode is about the connection between creativity and taking risks. It was originally recorded as a Facebook live, and if you’d like to tune in for the video version of my live broadcasts, you’re invited to join my group on Facebook. It’s called Own Your Creativity Cafe. Enjoy today’s episode, and feel free to reach out with questions, comments or stepping up to be a patron of the show. Your support is greatly appreciated.
If you want to kick-start your dream of writing a book, then join us on Sunday, June 4th in Montreal for the one-day seminar. Full info and the registration link is available at bit.ly/storyseminar2017. And if you’re not in the Montreal area, you can still participate in the online version. For more information about that send me a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, and put Story Seminar in the subject line.
The Own Your Creativity Podcast is hosted by Elizabeth Johnston, M.F.A., Certified Autobiography Instructor and professor, facilitates personal and professional development through writing workshops that help people put their life experiences into words. Elizabeth is the author of a non-fiction book, No Small Potatoes, the creator of the short film, Keepsake, and has published extensively in newspapers and magazines.
May 14, 2017
Oftentimes it's the invisible things that have the greatest impact on us.
Day 1 of the 30-Day Journey about Creativity & Invisible Things with Elizabeth Johnston
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Last but not least, I invite you to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Share your creative interests or questions. I answer each and every one of my emails personally.
All the best!
May 10, 2017
To join the next free writing challenge, sign up here: bit.ly/junewritingchallenge
On today's episode, I talk to Sheila Horrell. She has been drumming for the last 30 years, ever since being introduced to the primal magic of the drum by master percussionist Ubaka Hill.
After studying percussion with various drummers here and internationally, she has been facilitating workshops and Drum Circles for many groups in Southwestern Ontario, including schools, universities, camps, nursing homes, conferences and agencies.
The experience of introducing new drummers to the ease and joy of music making with the drum has been a prime motivator for Sheila's continued success. There is nothing like witnessing someone relaxing into their own rhythm and having fun contributing to the music of the whole drumming community.
As well as facilitating drumming, Sheila is also a member of percussion groups in London - including "The London Groove Collective", a group which weaves melody (sax and keyboard) with various percussion instruments to create everything from jazz fusion to ambient soundscapes. As well she sings and plays with WomenSpiritSong choir, and Joyful Noise choir. Sheila is a proud volunteer at My Sister's Place where weekly drumming on a Monday morning gets the week off to a fine start, and also volunteers with the Grand Theatre, the Women's Circle at Brescia and Heart-Links, a small London NGO which walks in solidarity with a community of women and children in the desert regions of Northern Peru.
For more information about Sheila: http://sheilahorrell-play.blogspot.ca/p/bio.html