Welcome to the sixth episode of “Artsy Fartsy Things and Stuff”, a conversational interview podcast about creative amazing people, doing creative amazing things…and stuff!
What would you do, if you were a professional writer, diagnosed with a brain tumor smack dab in the middle of the language processing center of your brain? What would you if a knowable early deadline was placed on your ability to achieve your creative dreams?
Well, that’s just what happened to my friend “Ian Blake Newhem”, a brilliant and successful professional writer for decades, whose career trajectory was detailed when an unwanted roommate decided to move into is brain. So rather than pack it in, he decided to push himself to his creative limits and write 12 books in 12 months before he is unable to write ever again!
Please enjoy this rollercoaster of a conversation, we dig into how he is moving forward with his project after being detailed with a global pandemic, the value of art and overcoming fears that threaten to kill the creative spirit!
If you have enjoyed, been inspired or just really love interview podcasts about creative people, please consider supporting our little podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/artsyfartsyshow
If you prefer listening to our podcast on the go, please find us on a podcast platform of your choice here: https://anchor.fm/artsyfartsyshow
If you believe you have an inspiring and creative tale to tell, and you would like to be a guest on Artsy Fartsy Things and Stuff, please feel free to introduce yourself!