Another Podcast with The Fabulous Jill Berry

I love talking to Jill–she’s got so many totally fascinating interests, from the history of irises to everything you ever wanted to know about maps (neat lines, for example–and if you don’t know what those are, then you need to go here and order her book, Personal Geographies. What were you thinking, not having that already?)

So we talked this week about all kinds of things including why you should try things outside your comfort zone and why failing spectacularly in a workshop is actually a good thing, no matter how horrid it may be to contemplate. Click on the photo below to listen to the podcast, and go here to Jill’s website to see more of her work.

Photo and artwork by Jill Berry

Ricë also blogs at The Voodoo Cafe.


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5 Responses to Another Podcast with The Fabulous Jill Berry

  1. The podcast isn’t opening for me. Keeps giving me an “Error: 404” I will try back later and hopefully it will be fixed!

    • Rice Freeman-Zachery says:

      I just checked it, and it’s working for me. Hope when you check back all’s well on your end, too.

      • Not sure what the deal was yesterday. Every time I went back it didn’t want to open for me but it did for me today! yay! Thanks so much!

        • Rice Freeman-Zachery says:

          Oh, good! Glad it worked itself out. Sometimes things are just wonky, and I have no idea why or how they fix themselves.

  2. I finally got a minute to listen!!! Great podcast and I am also brimming with ideas now. I am IN for the map around the world. Salt Lake City isn’t that far from Denver but I would love to make a 2 page map spread of SLC or Utah to include. What a great idea. Oh so many fabulous ideas buzzing around now. Thanks for sharing!