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Colin and Rachel return to discuss how perception in creative work drives interesting connections and understanding with the audience. With a guest appearance by their cat, Banana. 
New year, new season of the Write / Sound! In this episode, Colin and Rachel discuss their own dealings with mental health and how it coincides with creative work. Both get real with their fears and anxiety, audience reactions, and learning to be okay with being your own 'work in progress'. 
In this episode, Colin and Rachel discuss how early influences shape creative direction, what influential choices we make in art, and how outside influences are just as important as artistic ones. Why does Rachel go by R. A. Desilets and how did Colin choose the 'Slighter' moniker? The duo are accompanied by Gerty cat, who decided podcasting time is also bath time.
In this episode, we discuss the art of transforming the uncomfortable into creative work and discuss the need for comfort to explore uncomfortable topics and spaces. Will Rachel ever organize her workspace? Has Colin accidentally started a concept album? Join us as two of our cats get their debut mention.
In our debut episode, we begin with an introductory chat on how titles and concepts play into the creative flow for both this podcast and our own projects. Can concepts be that different between music and writing? Who has the messier work space and will Colin ever write a concept album? Listen and find out!
After a tiny move across the country with four cats, Rachel and Colin are back! They discuss how the creator's and audience's perception on quality plays a role in the reception of art.
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