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The Marrow

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Best-selling author and poet Josh Riebock has conversations with creatives about who they are and why they make what they make. An At Will Radio Production.

Customer Reviews

Like finally letting go of breath you didn't know you were holding

As someone who thrives in and from creativity, I couldn't recommend this podcast more. The conversations are transparent, vulnerable, intimate, rich. If you're looking to stay at the surface of where people draw their art from, then this isn't the place. But if you're ready for the marrow and need to hear the heartbeats of others who love the beauty of art then welcome.

Josh has opened up places in my heart many times and now I have the rich privilege of those deep conversations with more hearts who are also so courageous, vulnerable, honest, and insightful. That's a gift. I hope many come to receive it.

Great listen for the artist

Sometimes, well, all the time, it is a struggle to be an artist, but for reasons you wouldn't expect. There are so many factors that influence your self-confidence and thus your ability to create. It's really nice to hear other artists discuss struggles that I have and never really thought were shared. Wonderful also to hear it from the perspective of a believer. Thanks, Josh, for your honesty and your spirit. I'm looking forward to hearing more!

New Favorite

Josh has a way of articulating his thoughts and is able to navigate his way through a story that enables the listener to think to himself, "Yeah, me too." Thinking this to yourself is such a liberating experience. His dose of curiosity about the world and people shines brightly through this podcast. Josh's vulnerability permits his guests to duplicate, which in return allows the listener to gain insights of the internal thoughts and insecurities within there favorite creatives. Looking forward for more episodes.