DToT #42 – Why We (Don’t) Create

This entry is part 41 of 48 in the series Derailed Trains of Thought

Hey, it’s a new episode of Derailed Trains of Thought, the premier podcast about storytelling,  co-hosted by yours truly!

Actually, this episode my cohort Timothy Deal and I dig into our reasons for storytelling as well as discuss all the obstacles and inner demons that keep us from actually putting pen to paper (or video to digital harddrive, as the case may be).

Here’s the official write-up:

It’s no secret Tim and Nick like to create. I mean, they’ve recorded more than 40 podcasts discussing the art of storytelling! But every creative person has a reason they create. And every creative person has multitudes of excuses for why they don’t actually do that much creating. This episode, Tim and Nick analyse their own reasons for creation (and lack thereof), and in the process probably touch on some of your own desires and barriers.

If that’s too personal, hang out until the second half, when we discover the combat-typing game Sesame Street Fighter and why EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!

Winter’s not over yet (for some reason), so stay inside and listen in on Derailed Trains of Thought Episode 42, your answer to life, the universe, and everything…*

*Results may vary.

Check it out at derailedtrainsofthought.blogspot.com and, as always, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. Drop us a comment, too. We love that.

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