In the last episode, we talked about how I—and maybe even you—rewrote the memories of childhood so they would fit the narrative we crafted about it as an adult, and what happens when childhood photographs begin to poke holes in the story. We also talked about some of the challenges of monetizing our work to the point where we can actually make a living as an artist.
In this conversation, we’re talking about the ideas of urgent vs important when it comes to the work we make and how social media tends to encourage, and often reward, one over the other.

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Music in this episode: Take Me Higher (Jahzzar) / CC BY-SA 4.0