My Interview On The Unmistakable Creative

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Oct 27, 2015
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I recently did an interview with Srini Rao who runs the Unmistakable Creative podcast. We talked about the creative process, how your past experiences influence storytelling, and the struggle of finding your own voice. Oh, and they created this album cover for my episode, which I positively geeked out over:

UnmistakeableCreativeAlbumCover

Pretty awesome, huh?

If you want to listen to my episode, in which I ramble slightly and try not to burp into the microphone, you can check it out here.

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  • You were DESIGNING games?! That’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever heard. You should totally create a The Everywhereist board game and sell it though the blog! I’m gonna buy it! I’m gonna finance it! I’m gonna love it!

  • Also, I’m probably going to tattoo on my forehead “They weren’t strange, they were just….Italian”

  • Jessica

    You should give yourself a little more credit! Of course there are a bajillion people reading this blog. You are freaking hilarious.

  • Lindsay Gasik

    Love the album cover 🙂 It’ll be fun to listen to you for once, instead of just reading.

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