Wherein I discuss finally finding the story and message I can place firm resolve in.
Wherein I discuss the inner conflict of emotions commanding attention, and drawing lines between different emotions, projects and messages.
Wherein I discuss how the Comic Strip is America’s equivalent of the Japanese Haiku and other thoughts on the constraints of medium.
Wherein I discuss the passing satisfaction of my paperback edition, and the hunger that keeps me going.
Wherein I discuss how the destination and journey for Beneath the Wood evolved, and what I learned for the journeys to come.
Wherein I discuss the paperback edition of Beneath the Wood and discuss the months to come.
Wherein I discuss the importance of forcing yourself to take certain steps, even and especially before you’re totally ready.
Wherein I discuss my “Wall of No” and how I use no’s as fuel to keep at it.
Wherein I discuss how there’s always an easy path to coping with sadness, but there’s a better one than that to your art.
Wherein I discuss the use and application of professional help as project management strategy.