On Tuesday, September 21st writer and musician Ben Weaver will be in the studio to talk about his newest creative endeavors, which include his work as a writer, a new album called Mirepoix and Smoke, and his stint as an artist-in-residence Sept. 23rd through Oct. 8th at Bryant-Lake Bowl. Joining Ben Weaver will be poet Dobby Gibson, who will also perform as part of the residency Sept. 30th. Dobby Gibson is the author of Polar and Skirmish.
Also on this week’s show we welcome back to the studio Charles Baxter, who is hosting the 3rd annual writers benefit for hunger, Wednesday, Sept. 22nd, at 7:30 p.m. at the University of Minnesota’s McNamara Alumni Center. Charles Baxter is the author of many works of literature, including The Soul Thief and The Feast of Love.
In Becoming a Life Change Artist, Fred Mandell and Kathleen Jordan share the groundbreaking approach made popular in their workshops across the country.
There are seven key strengths that the most creative minds of history shared, and that anyone rethinking their future can cultivate to change their life effectively:
*Preparing the brain to undertake creative work
*Seeing the world and one’s life from new perspectives
*Using context to understand the facets of one’s life
Kinshasha and Fred Mandell have a riveting conversation about change.