Daniel Fehr guests to discuss his perspective on creativity. Daniel and Daniel Fehr also discuss creating art, the publishing processes, and the different strugles that accompany trying to make something new.
Literary analysis is a phenomenon within the artistic world that is almost always seen. This week Daniel Poppie talks about the different ways people analyze literature, how he believes literature should be analyzed, and his journey from hating the analysis of art to not hating it as much.
Daniel Poppie brings you the electrifying topic of book titles. He talks about the purpose of a title, several ways of titling books, and explores why some book titles are excellent while others are just plain awful.
Daniel Poppie is back alone and looking at whether photography should be classified as art, how society looks at art, and why he believes that art needs boundaries. Join as well, to learn an extra-special, double-plus good, felt positive 'Word of the Week!'
Daniel Poppie talks about the paradigm behind why people think it is important to change the words oneself and other members of society are using. Should certain words be censored? Do people need to change their terminology to save others' feelings and change how society views others. No.
Daniel Poppie talks about the classic quote "Write drunk; edit sober," and how the classic adage even professional writers take to heart is likely not the best way to create a solid artistic or literary work.