The Spoken Word

In Jon’s office

Jon and I have made four of five (I keep losing count) podcasts so far and with each one we say we’re working on getting them on iTunes and Google so people can listen to them and download them whenever they want.

Today we took another step towards making that happen.

With the guidance of Chris at Mannix Marketing, Jon and I sat at his computer today and figured out how to  register Katz n Wulf On Bedlam Farm on both iTunes and Google.

Now we’re just waiting to hear back from them.  We’re told it could take anywhere from 1-14 days, but we’re confident it won’t actually take two weeks.

I got this picture of Jon’s colorful and chaotic office as he was copying and pasting and hitting the right buttons to get our podcast another step closer to being easily accessible.

We’ve gotten some nice feedback about it so far.

But I have to admit, why it works is still a bit of a mystery to me.  Not that it matters.  So often when I’m making something in my studio I can’t imagine what it’s about till it’s finished and sometimes even then I still don’t know.

Our a podcast is another creative endeavor.   As much as Jon and I share many things in our lives, including our creativity, this is different.    Normally our work is very separate from each other.   Jon does  his writing without me in his study and I do my work in my studio without him.

The podcast is a collaboration.

I know I couldn’t have and wouldn’t have wanted to do  a podcast, even just a year  ago.  Now, even if I don’t entirely get it, I’m more that up for it.  It’s another creative tool, like my sewing, writing, videos and photography.

The spoken word.  It’s a new one for me, but so far, I’m liking it.

3 thoughts on “The Spoken Word

  1. I’m enjoying your podcasts very much Maria. They’ve been interesting, informative and fun. It’s a nice addition to your blogs. Looking forward to more of them!

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