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Ep. 83  Nick Patton

Nick Patton is the host of The Picturebooking Podcast. He is also a published author and illustrator. In this episode, we talk about the early days of podcasting, becoming a major resource for children's literature, his collaboration with All the Wonders, and his love for self help books. You can follow Nick on Twitter

Direct download: Ep83_Nick_Patton.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 3:33pm EDT

Ep. 79 Kat Molesworth

Kat Molesworth is the founder of the blog Housewife Confidential and the Blogtacular conference. I discovered the awesomeness of Kat through her Blogtacular Podcast. She has been blogging and inspiring others for over a decade. Kat is one of those people who you feel at home with right away. In this episode, we talk about the importance of being genuine, how to keep your blog fresh, and how to stay confident in intimidating situations. You can follow Kat on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

 

Show Notes: 

Grace Bonney Blogtacular Keynote

My Dad Wrote a Porno Podcast

Made It My Own with Annie Sloan: Kat's Story

 

Photo credit: Wil Ireland & Xanthe Berkeley for Blogtacular

Direct download: Ep79_Kat_Molesworth.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 6:58pm EDT

Ep. 67 Angela Epley

Angela Epley is a financial advisor based in Austin, Texas. She left her career in creative marketing a few years ago to follow her passion to help others get financially stable. In this episode, we talk about how to plan for leaving your day job to pursue a new career, best practices for freelancers, and most importantly how to manage your spending when your monthly income fluctuates. You can follow Angela on Twitter and Instagram.

Please note:

These videos are not intended to be used as individual advice. For individualized advice, please speak to the appropriate tax, attorney, or financial professional.  For more information about Per Stirling’s team of Financial advisors, please visithttp://perstirling.com/team/.

 

Investment Advisory Services offered through PER STIRLING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC., an SEC Registered Investment Adviser. Brokerage services and securities offered through B. B. GRAHAM & COMPANY, member of FINRA / SIPC.

 

Direct download: Ep67_Angela_Epley.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 10:25am EDT

Ep. 66 Nasir Sobhani

Nasir Sobhani is The Streets Barber. During the week he cuts hair in a barbershop in Australia and on the weekends he offers haircuts to the homeless. His #CleanCutCleanStart movement went viral in 2015, leading to features on BuzzFeed, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, and more. In this episode, we talk about his journey into working with the homeless, how anyone can use their talent to contribute to their community, and the importance of connecting with people. You can follow Nasir on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter

Direct download: Ep66_Nasir_Sobhani.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 10:01am EDT

Ep. 61 Esther Kim

Esther is the manager of Fantom Comics in DC. In this episode, we talk about leading and creating the programming for Small Press Expo, women in comics, and how animated Batman films aren't so kid friendly. Follow Esther and the adventures of Fantom Comics on Twitter and Facebook

Direct download: Ep61_Esther_Kim.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 5:37pm EDT

Ep. 56 Allison Marshall

Allison is the founder of the creative business blog Wonderlass. In this episode, we talk about defining your blog's voice, growing an audience, and how to fully utilize Pinterest to promote your work. You can follow Allison on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest

Direct download: Ep56_Allison_Marshall.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 11:06am EDT

Ep. 49 Matthew Winner

Matthew Winner is the host of the kidlit podcast Let's Get Busy and the creator of The Busy Librarian blog. He is an actual teacher librarian on top of hosting two of the top resources for authors and illustrators in the children's literature industry. In this episode, we talk about giving a voice to the kidlit industry through podcasting, the increased popularity of graphic novels for children, and controversial children's books. 

 

You can follow Matthew on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest

Direct download: Ep._49_Matthew_Winner_LetsGetBusyPodcast.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 8:33am EDT

Ep. 43 Steve Anderson

Steve is the founder of Third Eye Comics, a comic book store based in Maryland. In this episode, we talk about the evolution of comics, creating Awesome Con DC with Ben Penrod, and what makes a great comic store.

 

You can follow Third Eye on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook

Direct download: Ep._43_Steve_Anderson.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 12:49pm EDT

Ep. 41 Jennifer Ackerman-Haywood

Jennifer is the host of the popular crafting podcast Craftsanity. She and a few of her journalism students recently created a documentary following the stories of two people in hospice care. Their short documentary gives audiences an intimate look on how we reflect on life and its meaning during our final moments with loved ones. 

 

Watch the documentary for the "Live Your Best Life" project here

 

You can also check out Jennifer's crafting adventures on her podcast Craftsanity and follow her on Twitter and Instagram

 

As promised, here is a link to my guest appearance on Jennifer's Craftsanity podcast. 

Direct download: Ep._41_Jennifer_Ackerman_Haywood.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 10:59am EDT

Ep. 37 Stephen Graham & Seth Casana

Stephen Graham & Seth Casana are the co-founders of WHURK, a free montly magazine dedicated to the creative communities in Virginia. In this epiosde, we talk about their creative partnership, asking strangers for money, and The Hard Whurk Challenge (seriously, it's super hard). 

 

Follow WHURK on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Also, WHRUK is always looking for new comics, photography, poetry, short fiction and more. Check out their contribute page for details. 

Direct download: Ep37__whurk.mp3
Category:Culture -- posted at: 8:42am EDT