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Confessing Animals

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Confessing Animals

Jen Harris & Vanessa Aricco

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Seasoned and fresh-faced artists (of every genre) discuss how to make creativity work within the complexities and challenges of adult life. Confessing Animals podcast co-hosts Jen Harris + Vanessa Aricco, both working writers, unveil the secrets and struggles of creative living in a rapid fire Capitalist society. One guest at a time, Jen + Vanessa ask, How Does Your Life Translate to Art?
 
The Train Like a Mother (TLAM) podcast speaks to a wide array of comprehensive running programs, from 5Ks to half-marathons, marathons, and even 50-mile ultras for beginning or resuming runners all the way up to multi-time marathoners. Expert coaches, plus host Dimity McDowell of Another Mother Runner fame, offer advice, motivation, and support from the first step to the finish line. Find TLAM Club programs at trainlikeamother.club
 
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Heather C. Moll (she/her) lives on the edge of the windswept Canadian plains. She spends her days searching for her muse, (who visits, most often and inconveniently, when she is cleaning toilets or walking her big, fluffy dog) and parceling words into poems. Her poems center around themes of grief, trauma, the childhood she spent on a dairy farm an…
 
LA Roquemore is a writer, a conversationalist, a professional photographer, a mother, a wife, an asker of ALL the questions, a collector of moments, and an encourager of souls. She hosts writing workshops in Lakeland, Florida where she lives with her husband, her three kids, and their cat, and is launching a podcast called the Gospel of Courage ver…
 
Among other things, Coach Amanda Loudin talks through:—How to recover after a marathon;—How to handle an impending stomach bug days before your race–and come up with plan B; —And how to pace yourself—and set appropriate goals—for your first marathon. (Wahoo!)Par Another Mother Runner
 
Order Calvin’s book Every Good Boy Does Fine now! Calvin Arsenia has built a reputation for turning the arts world on its head. Voted Kansas City’s Best Musician 2018, 2019, and 2020 (PitchKC), and featured on Billboard.com, NPR.org, NEWNOWNEXT, Pride.com, and GRAMMY.com, Arsenia’s angelic stylings on voice and harp create rare harmonies and arrang…
 
Among other things, Coach Jen of the Train Like a Mother Heart + Sole programs talks through:—how to deal with a sore throat (or other speedbump) days before a race;—how to break up the marathon into doable chunks—and how to manage your energy along the way; and —why it's important to remember that underneath all the hot, sweaty fatigue you've accu…
 
Courtney Faye Taylor is the winner of the 92Y Discovery / Boston Review Poetry Prize and an Academy of American Poets Prize. Her work has featured in Poetry Magazine, The Nation, Ploughshares, The New Republic, Kenyon Review, Best New Poets 2020 and elsewhere. Courtney is a graduate of the University of Michigan Helen Zell Writers’ Program and is t…
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Pat Armitstead is a Registered Nurse with a major in education, plus she is a Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistics and a Certified mBIT coach. A professional speaker and motivator, she is an expert on leadership, communication, grief and stress. Over the past 20 years she has given her highly educational and en…
 
Poet Jen Harris (she/they) is a creative entrepreneur based in Kansas City, Missouri. A sought-after performance artist, Harris is the co-host of Confessing Animals Podcast, interviewing seasoned and fresh-faced artists (of every genre) to discuss how to make creativity work within the complexities and challenges of adult life. She is the founder a…
 
Vanessa Aricco is a multimedia poet and co-host of Confessing Animals, an interview-style podcast discussing creativity with writers and artists. Her work includes two poetry albums, The Midnight Rush, and Human Animal. She is a Charlotte Street Foundation Studio Resident in Kansas City, MO. Her work can be found at vanessaaricco.com and @pettinell…
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify This week I am thrilled to have the incredible Shannah Kennedy back on the podcast for a second time. Shannah is a global superstar, life coach, seven-time best selling author and most of all, a lovely and inspiring human. If you would like to hear Shannah’s journey and story, we cover this in episode #178. Today …
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify This week I am thrilled to have Scott Harris on the show. Scott is a renowned keynote speaker, author and resilience expert that you will love hearing from today. In 2008, Scott was involved in a motorbike accident that caused lasting injuries, including a Traumatic Brain Injury. This was due to a severe Closed He…
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify This week I get to interview my good mate Kyle Wood for the second time. The first time was five years ago when we started a podcast and presenting business together. A lot has changed in that time, and we chat about that today. We talk about all things the power of friendship, the highs and lows of life, and so m…
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify When it comes to kindness, it is the one thing that has been helping me through the six lockdowns so far in Victoria. It’s helped bring some much-needed purpose and joy into my days when I have felt lost and deflated. That being said, today’s guest is seriously one of the kindest people I have ever had the pleasur…
 
Surprise! Enjoy this bonus episode as we prepare for Season 3. Dropping September 7, 2021 Discussion includes: Spoiler Alert and CW Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain Suicide, depression & creativity COVID-lockdown Parenting Internet culture Capitalism AND Lots of F-BOMBS! Seasoned and fresh-faced artists (of every genre) discuss how to make…
 
Nicole Boggs is a Nashville-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and front-woman for Rock/Americana band, Nicole Boggs & The Reel. Sometimes she writes things that aren't songs. She is newly sober and finding her way back to herself through exercise, stories & the power of feminism. https://nicoleboggsandthereel.com FB: https://www.faceb…
 
Join us on Patreon to view the extended video interview. Of creativity Eric says, “Where do I go from here? Well, as I continue to get older, I feel like the pursuit of meaning and truth becomes more urgent. I’m increasingly coming to peace with the idea that I will never get to the inner-core, but that the journey can be beautiful all the same. I …
 
View John’s Painting that coincides with his Reading the path between fields fields the path between Join us on Patreon to view the extended video interview. John Raux is a run on sentence with no drivers license cultivating a mess of plans, personal multi-media art practices, philosophical mumbo-jumbo, public installations, quality time deep dives…
 
Former librarian and theater kid, current mother and writer Anna Francesca won poetry contests at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Johnson County Public Library. When she lived in Las Vegas, NV, she featured multiple times at The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf and co-hosted weekly open mic nights at Rejavanate. In the metropolitan Kansas City area,…
 
Amanda Roth (she/her) is a poet, photographer, and former social worker. Her writing centers around motherhood, mental health, and the wild outdoors. After more than twenty years in the Pacific Northwest, she now lives outside Austin, TX with her husband and two sons. IG @amandarothpoetry Seasoned and fresh-faced artists (of every genre) discuss ho…
 
Jenn Stark is feeling feelings, keeping her eyes open, growing things, making things, always learning, and doing her best. Born in England to a British mom and Turkish dad, she’s lived in or near Toronto, Canada for most of her life. Mother to a four year old daughter and married for 14 years, Jenn’s been a professional photographer for the past 10…
 
Nursing Your Creativity: Haley DaCunha a.k.a. Haley Mike Haley is a registered nurse who is dedicated to finding human connection despite the harsh realities of the critical care setting. As a songwriter and guitarist, Haley strives to integrate the realities of the human condition in its most vulnerable form with the artistry that music offers. Yo…
 
Content warning: We discuss alcoholism, AA & the journey to sobriety Amber Baudler is a Gemini. Boss. Student. Educator. Networker. Poet. Mentee. Mentor. Visual Designer. Video editor. Camera operator. Director and Storyteller. She co-owns Stellar Image Studios with her sister, the only 100% women-owned video production company in KC. Founder of SH…
 
Among other topics, Christy Scott, Coach of the Ultra Programs in the Train Like a Mother Club, talks to her athletes and gives advice on opting for elevation vs. distance on long training runs; how to work a backpacking trip into an ultra training cycle; whether or not to use trekking poles; and regulating your racing prior to your goal ultra.…
 
We are back with Season 2! “Modern oracles have modern ways,” says visual storyteller, multidisciplinary artist, writer, illustrator, and designer Sandy Lynn. In this episode we discuss the daily non-negotiables, oracles, sirens & lost girls, knowledge in nature, and mythology as a portal to build bridges with other people. https://sandylynnstudio.…
 
As we slowly return to racing, Coach Amanda talks about how to approach your first in-person race (hint: Grace!) as well as how to account for spring temperature swings. She and Dimity also chat with Johanna, a Swedish native who lives in Israel, who is training for her first half marathon in Sweden! Så cool!…
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Emily has a candid conversation with me this week about mental health, addiction recovery, self-development, wellness and spirituality. She discusses how they have influenced her unique recovery journey. Inspired by her own wellness journey, Emily’s mission is to annihilate the stigma around addiction, to provide …
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify “Frisbee Rob” McLeod is a motivational speaker and frisbee ambassador in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He has been to more than 400 schools and taught frisbee to more than 130,000 students throughout 5,000 workshops. He has 6 Guinness World Records, 13 World Championships, and the Canadian Distance Record. Rob has bee…
 
That's a wrap on Season 1! Thanks to everyone involved for making this happen and thank you to all the listeners. We are taking few weeks off and will be back with Season 2 April 27. In the meantime, catch up on all the episodes and let us know what you think. Subscribe wherever you listen to your podcast, leave us a review and if you want all the …
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Dawson Church, PhD, is an award-winning science writer with three best-selling books to his credit. The Genie in Your Genes (YourGeniusGene.com) was the first book to demonstrate that emotions drive gene expression. Mind to Matter, (MindToMatter.com) showed that the brain creates much of what we think of as “objec…
 
Elizabeth G. Howard aka Zed is a poet, journalist, and SEO specialist in Kansas City. She started blogging in 2004 while living in London, writing on the three topics that matter to her most: Culture, Angst, and Love. She is the creator of Demand Poetry, an on-demand poetry experience between her and her Olivetti Lettera typewriter. “You have more …
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify What can a comedy sword-fighting stuntman do for me? (Bet you’ve never asked yourself that before.) John’s Background as a Stuntman, Fight Director, College Professor, Artistic Director, and Comedian makes him an intriguing guest that draws your audience in and delivers real-world techniques for overcoming self-im…
 
Mark Schlake spent most of his career creating and designing software for country clubs. He is now in his third act, spending his days painting and writing with us at the WWKC. Mark and his wife Janet have a very special red bag, and if you join us on Patreon you will get to see said bag and its contents. Plus an extra reading by Mark and our full …
 
In this episode we talk about identity, balance, and the access points to storytelling with David Wayne Reed. David (he/him/his) is an actor, writer, director, and producer from Kansas City, Missouri. His debut film, Eternal Harvest premiered in 2018 and has played multiple film festivals. Reed hosts and produces the popular ‘show and tell’ storyte…
 
*Content Warning* We discuss abortion & miscarriage In this episode Beth Maggard talks with us about her pregnancy journey & identity. Beth is curious. She has worked her entire adult life in nonprofit organizations, from public information to the arts, she loves to write, think about communicating, and most of all, to read. “An informed public is …
 
Mr. Smith is a writer, performer, musician, and educator currently based in Kansas City, MO. We discuss the intersection of theater and social wellness, the new hero’s journey, searching for symbolism in fairy tales, second acts, and the love of reading. Mr. Michael Presents on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_FBTBsmDsPbaUrfkEekDA MBird …
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Richard Bowles is the founder of Adventure Alchemy, and five-time world record-breaking Australian adventurer. He’s also a multi-disciplined educator, executive advisor and top 20 rated APAC speaker. His risky adventure experiences and unique research have enabled him to accelerate his clients’ performance and org…
 
Writer. Mom. Wife. Teacher. Reader. Crafter. Creator. Human: flawed & miraculous. “Beyond the love of my family and my love of life in general, there are words. Words fill me up and bring all my loves to life.” - Libby https://kochelizabeth.wixsite.com/author Twitter: LibbyKoch1 IG: libbykochwrites FB: Libby Lindgren Koch Mentions: Tim O’Brien, The…
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Health is wealth, and who better to have on the podcast to talk about this then peak performance coach and trainer Tommy Berrabe. In today’s episode, Tommy shares his top tricks for maintaining good gut health, as well as ways to remove brain fog, fatigue and improving your mood. You can reach out to Tommy on his …
 
Joshua Draves-Kellerman is a bassoonist, personal chef, and poet living in Kansas City, Missouri. He wants people to feel comfortable in the spaces they’re in and wants to be the one to create that space. www.facebook.com/josh.draveskellerman/ Mentions Taneycomo Festival Orchestra, Branson MO https://www.taneycomofestivalorchestra.org/ Shelf Life, …
 
Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify Tim Davis is the author of TRIPOLAR: The Story of a Bipolar Triathlete, which chronicles his journey from childhood trauma into multiple addictions until finally recovering and discovering triathlons and ultrarunning as important tools to help him stay sober and in recovery. He is a high school science teacher and…
 
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