Do we put too much emphasis on uniqueness and originality when it comes to art? Would you be mad at a chef for using eggs? Have you just been on the internet?
Join Jannat, Joachim, Jonas and special guest Dr Mikey Goodman as they talk all things creative, pseudo-scientific and a little bit absurd. In this episode we uncover the surprising truth about Cardiff University's famous Dylan the Dragon mascot, get the real gossip behind the making of the Lucent Dreaming covers and listen to Jonas get excited about vampire stories.
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Join Jannat, Joachim and Jonas as they (sleep)talk about all things creative, pseudo-scientific and a little bit absurd. In this gosh darn hilarious (to us only) episode of Somniloquy we discuss whether planning your creative projects and/or life is really worthwhile and why Pokemon is the golden standard of heroism. There might also be some factually inaccurate information about Paradise Lost, On the Road, Twilight and Boston. Special shout-out to Steve for his contribution to this month's topic!
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P.S. Jonas's microphone was stuck on 'Telephone' quality, so excuse his muffledness. Otherwise, enjoy!
Lucent Dreaming launches its first ever podcast! Join Jannat, Joachim and Jonas as they talk all things creative, pseudo-scientific and a little bit absurd.
In the debut episode of Somniloquy we talk about how best to judge creative work, what it means to have your work rejected and why we can't stand Dylan (sorry!). Disclaimer: This is our first attempt at podcasting for the world, so please excuse our radio quality audio. We know it's amazing.
Intro/outro music 'Let's start at the beginning' by Lee Rosevere.
If you want to check out the article we talked about, you can find that here: https://lithub.com/toward-changing-the-language-of-creative-writing-classrooms/
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