When was the last time you felt creative, light and free?
Elizabeth Gilbert says we all have a creative genius in us. The writer of seven books, including the bestselling Eat Pray Love, she's just published her latest book, Big Magic, about the flow of creative ideas and how everyone can find their inner artist.
Today, she tells us how to live a more creative life without quitting your day job, and how the myth of the starving tormented artist is a load of rubbish.
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"Melbourne woman murders man for cigarettes." It was one of the most salacious headlines to ever appear in an Australian newspaper. But in this episode, we're going behind the headline. That 'Melbourne woman' was Mary K. Pershall's daughter. And she was Katie Horneshaw's sister. Mary and Katie join us in this episode to discuss how their beautiful Anna turned into a murderer. How mental illness slowly stole away the girl they knew. And how they never stopped trying to save her.
Look out for part two of this story next week.
Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb
With thanks to Mary K. Pershall and Katie Horneshaw
This show is dedicated to the memory of Zvonimir Petrovski (Johnny)
Emily Webb's books, Suburban Nightmare is published by Echo
Murder in Suburbia and Angels of Death are available on Kindle
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