I write poetry about once every two years. Sometimes a word, a phrase, will tumble out of my pen and connect with others, but it isn’t frequent. So when Rae Lynn Sommers tagged me in a challenge to write poetry…
Last week, I commented on the tools Julia Cameron uses as part of her Artist’s Way course to build creativity. A couple of you told me privately you’d purchased the book and were planning to live the course along with me. To the rest of you, I invite you to join in and comment how the course is helping (or hindering) you in your lives!
Are you the kind of person who likes to talk about yourself? Would you be willing to do that with me?
Victims — er…I mean volunteers — don’t need to be transgender, although I would like to focus on the LGBTQ community, as we tend to have the most conflict with society about our identities. That said, I welcome any fascinating story as I play with the format and content.
The kind of questions I want you to answer are:
Who are you?
Why are you?
How would you describe yourself?
Why are those words important?
What would you change about yourself?
How did you become the person you are?
I will limit the podcast to 30 minutes for now. Obviously, depending on content, that might grow longer or shorter. I will not, however, ask for a major time commitment.
I will record using Zoom, but a camera will not be necessary. I do not intend to publish video. A link to the final show will be sent prior to publication for approval. If there are any further stipulations, let’s talk about them!
Hello, and welcome to another edition of Ame’s Hammy Jamming! As customary when I kick these posts off: I am Amethysta (Ame), I can act a bit like a ham, and I will be writing this post with little preparation…