Two Seasoned Creatives on a Farm, with much to offer
I've been reading the blogs of both Katz and Wulf for some years, which are a mix of powerful writing and photography, loosely accumulating (like blogs do)--sometimes many entries in a single day, sometimes one or none (a little bit like human weather). I don't know why but initially I was worried the jump to podcasting would not work--would not suit this open, loosely aggregating, piling-up style of the everyday. But I was wrong. The podcast is great. Katz and Wulf still talk about and live in the everyday, the podcast drops now and then, the topics run from this and that...but somehow it works without a lot of formal wing dings (established segments, pre-determined formats). I suppose the podcast's success is a combination of their chemistry and what they know and have to offer at this point in their lives, which is significant. So: this is a great podcast that I am enjoying immensely. It is the record of two seasoned creatives, living on a farm, alive and well in the early 21C, who know what they are doing. Thanks for the podcast.
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