Arts

Straight talk about Art & Artists. Weighing Creativity. Finding Humanity.

Episodes

Another visit to the classics, in this case, a modern classic, Clive Barker, one of the first of many (I hope) that bring a literary flare to horror writing. We will discuss his Books of Blood, movies Hellraiser and Nightbreed and the joint interview book he did with Stephen King.

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The second installment in the series called the Mechanics of Muse describes the essential ingredient to propel talent into creative entities capable of carrying our metaphor, mask or message to the world. 

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November 24, 2019

Episode 90: Vanity Insanity

The episode I have been meaning to record for some time. As the title suggests the act of vanity is an act of insanity. Hopefully, this show will bring you from the brink and help restore your path onto righteous writing and ethical conduct.

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This new series to ride out the rest of the year will focus on Talent, Perseverance and Discipline. In this episode is broken down in two groups, Born and Made. We will discuss the ups and downs of both situations and explore how talent is powerful but fleeting (kinda like love) and what we can do to keep it an essential part of our human essence.

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Spend the next hour with Texas-based rocker musician, songwriter and studio wizard Trey Saucillo. He will speak in detail about recording, the industry, his projects and the quest to Art, Self and the World in his music.

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At the very heart of writing is Rewriting. We put together a few steps to help create a process for rewriting that will inspire writers to engage rewriting and find renewal and ultimately success.

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STBH proudly welcomes to the interview segment, Canadian novelist and poet Michelle Young.

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In the final segment of the illuminated path series we learn about the major parts of building a writer through Organization, Work Ethic and Maturity.

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In the continuation of our Classic Spotlight series, we select sci-fi master writer Harlan Ellison. An early civil rights supporter, Ellison fought Hollywood, publishers, even other writers to set legal precedent in the protection of copyrights for film, tv, print and digital arenas.

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