The EyeWonderWhy Podcast


Like the Yeti, the Loch Ness Monster, the Jersey Devil, and other mythical phenomona, The EyeWonderWhy Podcast may or may not actually exist. For a brief, shining moment, it burst across the iTunes landscape, promising bi-monthly, in-depth interviews with writers, musicians, and other artists to discussing their work and the ups and downs of the creative process.

While the frequency of the podcast has slowed down (read – there hasn’t been a podcast sighting in over a year), remember one important principle – scarcity drives up demand. Think about that …

And while you’re thinking, enjoy the episodes featured below. They’re also available on iTunes. Just search for “EyeWonderWhy Podcast.”



Episode 1 – Singer/Songwriter “Son of Laughter”  (Original Airdate, August 1, 2014)

Episode 2 – Author Helena Sorenson (Original Airdate, August 15, 2014)

Episode 3 – Visual Artist Anna Overmoyer (Original Airdate, September 15, 2014)


2 thoughts on “The EyeWonderWhy Podcast

  1. “I found that I could make almost anything work, as long as I kept dipping my pen in that opening line and committing to it.” Love that statement. It’s almost as terrifying as it is encouraging. You really can go in ANY direction.
    I love the discussion, too, about getting ideas when you’re not concentrating on a song. There’s some scientific research behind this, something about the “resting brain,” and Daniel Keyes discusses it a bit in Flowers for Algernon. It has to do with allowing the whole brain to tackle a problem. Totally fascinating.
    Sorry I’m going on and on, but I love these discussions. I also completely agree about productive times. I’ve thought that I wasted so many years not writing (before I had kids), but I’ve discovered that less time does not always mean less productivity. It can certainly be frustrating to have little working time or to be interrupted, but I think the less time we have, the more we value it, and the better we use it.
    So glad you’re doing these, Glenn. This was great!

  2. Man, this was cool. Great job for a first-timer. Do people still give props? If so, I bestow mine upon yourself. You sound very natural, Glenn.

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