I've been interviewed lots of times - newspaper, radio, television, podcasts. It's always an honour to have someone be interested in you and what you do.
It is especially nice when it is a fellow artisan - someone who understands the creative urge, who doesn't think you are a little bit...strange...a little bit...warped.
I was very surprised when I got an email from Felicia Lo of Sweet George Yarns last August asking if I would be interested in being interviewed for her podcast. She said interviews were generally about 20-30 minutes.
OTOH, this is moi, after all, and I do seem to have a very lot to say and our interview lasted closer to 55 minutes. I really thought she would have to edit it to make it fit the more usual 20-30, but it appears that she didn't. (!)
The interview went live this morning. However I was on the road coming back from Circle Craft and for some reason my ipad wouldn't link to their website. So - we are in the door, starting to unpack and I'm sifting through my inbox and trying to catch up on being away for 8 days.
First priority will be to get the studio organized, financials sorted, make a plan. And then see if I can actually stick to the plan without haring down rabbit holes.
(For another podcast, WeaveCast is still up and available to listen to.)