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The Artist’s Journey With Steven Pressfield The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers

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The creative experience is a roller-coaster – and we all experience the highs and lows of the journey over time. You are not alone, wherever you are on the path, even though it might feel like it sometimes.

In today's show, I talk to Steven Pressfield about The Artist's Journey.

In the introduction, I talk about KDP Print adding Expanded Distribution and Large Print and muse on when the end of Createspace will come. Plus, BookFunnel's new print giveaway codes which are really useful for live events and conventions. I also talk about what Google Duplex might mean for AI translation and audiobook narration.

I give an update on my writing fun with Valley of Dry Bones – and how I found an awesome story link between New Orleans and Louisiana voodoo, the Spanish Inquisition and West Africa. Fun times! Plus, my dark fantasy novel, Map of Shadows, is included in a limited-time bundle along with some other amazing books. If you'd like to binge read this summer, check out: www.storybundle.com/fantasy

Today's show is sponsored by IngramSpark, who I use to print and distribute my print-on-demand books to 39,000 retailers including independent bookstores, schools and universities, libraries and more. It's your content – do more with it through IngramSpark.com.

Steven Pressfield is the author of non-fiction works including The War of Art and Turning Pro, and novels around the classical wars of ancient Greece and modern warfare like Gates of Fire.

His latest book is The Artist's Journey: The Wake of the Hero's Journey and the Lifelong Pursuit of Meaning.

You can listen above or on iTunes or Stitcher or watch the video here, read the notes and links below. Here are the highlights and full transcript below.

Show Notes



* On writing from the inside out rather than productivity hacking





* How an artist’s subject remains the same over a lifetime, even though the work evolves





* On writing from a deeply primal source.





* How Steve gets out of his own way in order to write.





* On the importance of creative habits and rituals.





* How to discover our inner genius or destiny





* Being true to what inspires us and therefore being a force for unity and empathy





* Having patience as an artist





* Learning from every writing experience



You can find Steven at a href="https://stevenpressfield.

The creative experience is a roller-coaster – and we all experience the highs and lows of the journey over time. You are not alone, wherever you are on the path, even though it might feel like it sometimes.

In today's show, I talk to Steven Pressfield about The Artist's Journey.

In the introduction, I talk about KDP Print adding Expanded Distribution and Large Print and muse on when the end of Createspace will come. Plus, BookFunnel's new print giveaway codes which are really useful for live events and conventions. I also talk about what Google Duplex might mean for AI translation and audiobook narration.

I give an update on my writing fun with Valley of Dry Bones – and how I found an awesome story link between New Orleans and Louisiana voodoo, the Spanish Inquisition and West Africa. Fun times! Plus, my dark fantasy novel, Map of Shadows, is included in a limited-time bundle along with some other amazing books. If you'd like to binge read this summer, check out: www.storybundle.com/fantasy

Today's show is sponsored by IngramSpark, who I use to print and distribute my print-on-demand books to 39,000 retailers including independent bookstores, schools and universities, libraries and more. It's your content – do more with it through IngramSpark.com.

Steven Pressfield is the author of non-fiction works including The War of Art and Turning Pro, and novels around the classical wars of ancient Greece and modern warfare like Gates of Fire.

His latest book is The Artist's Journey: The Wake of the Hero's Journey and the Lifelong Pursuit of Meaning.

You can listen above or on iTunes or Stitcher or watch the video here, read the notes and links below. Here are the highlights and full transcript below.

Show Notes



* On writing from the inside out rather than productivity hacking





* How an artist’s subject remains the same over a lifetime, even though the work evolves





* On writing from a deeply primal source.





* How Steve gets out of his own way in order to write.





* On the importance of creative habits and rituals.





* How to discover our inner genius or destiny





* Being true to what inspires us and therefore being a force for unity and empathy





* Having patience as an artist





* Learning from every writing experience



You can find Steven at a href="https://stevenpressfield.

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