I really am.
If you didn’t know, I have a podcast called Creative Ops. I talk to people about creativity, their creative journey, and their creative process.
It started at the beginning of the pandemic and turned into something I never expected. I talk to all kinds of people, really anyone I deem “creative”. Some business people, some comedians, musicians, podcasters, marketers, event people, movies and television folk.
All kinds of people. And lately I’ve been fortunate to land some amazing guests.
Most recently I spoke to Jacqueline Gray Miller, known best perhaps as the co-host of Roy’s Job Fair alongside Roy Wood, Jr. She’s a writer, producer, professor, intimacy coordinator on film sets, legal scholar, former politician and government worker, and so many other friggin things. I highly recommend listening to her on my podcast. She’s a great conversationalist.
And listen to Roy’s Job Fair. It truly is one of my all-time favorite podcasts.
I also recently talked to a handful of writers. One in Nebraska, one in England, one in Florida (who then went to England), and one in California who just happens to be Hugh Hefner’s son. Yes. We talked about it.
Alrighty then. Thanks for stopping by.
Have a creative day!
Christopher Tallon is the author of the dark, adventurous, time-travel novel Switchers.
I don’t mind the sun sometimes / The images it shows / I can taste you on my lips / And smell you in my clothes
Cinnamon and sugary / And softly spoken lies / You never know just how you look / Through other people’s eyes
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