Session 61: Science – Featuring Darian Dauchan, Creator of Brobot Johnson

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The amazing Darian Dauchan: actor, writer, musician and man behind Brobot Johnson – A Sci Fi Hip Hop Transmedia Piece joins us for this podcast episode. What better session to use than Science? We learn what inspires Darian’s work and explore the creative process. Check out! It’s so good!   DARIAN DAUCHAN is an award winning solo performer, actor, and poet who has appeared on both Broadway (Twentieth Century) and Off Broadway Theatre (Jean Cocteau Rep., Classical Theatre of Harlem). TV and Film credits include Law and Order, Nickelodeon’s Bet the House as Darian the “SoundFX” Guy, and the Lionsgate…

Session 60: Duckpin – Featuring Dr. Kathy Gruver

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Join the award-winning author and health and wellness expert Dr. Kathy Gruver as we test out the new Duckpin session. Dr. Gruver has penned several books, has a new TV series coming out, and has all sorts of interesting advice to share. Oh yeah, she’s a flying trapeze artist too! Dr. Kathy Gruver is an award-winning author, health practitioner, PhD, hip-hop dancer and trapeze artist. She is the host of the new national TV series, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet. Dr Gruver studied mind-body medicine at the famed Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard Medical School and is a natural…

Session 59: Butter Knife Blues – Featuring Jeremy Siskind, Jazz Pianist

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Join Endless Beautiful and critically acclaimed jazz pianist Jeremy Siskind as they explore the Butter Knife Blues EB Session! Hear about the House Concert Movement and theories combining literature and jazz. Listen and create with us during this episode! Pianist Jeremy Siskind is the winner of the 2012 Nottingham International Jazz Piano Competition and the second-place winner of the 2011 Montreux Solo Piano Competition. A two-time finalist for the American Pianist Association’s Cole Porter Fellowship, Siskind has performed jazz and classical music at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, in Japan, Switzerland, Thailand, Cyprus, England, Lebanon, India, Tunisia, France, and China….

Session 58: Golf Ball – Featuring Award Winning Poet Megan Merchant

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The award-winning poet Megan Merchant joins us for this week’s EB workshop. Megan was the winner of the 2017 Cog Literary Award and is a multi-year Pushcart Prize nominee. We tee up the Golf Ball EB Session in this episode. Megan shares valuable stories about her development as a writer in this episode. Her first children’s book, These Words I Shaped for You, is now available with Penguin Random House! Megan Merchant lives in the tall pines of Prescott, Arizona where she spends her days exploring, drinking too much coffee and avoiding the laundry. Her poems and translations have appeared…

Session 57: Masking Tape – Featuring Stuart Rice, Host of Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

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Join us for this workshop with Stuart Rice, host of the Sketch Comedy Podcast Show! Along with trying out the Masking Tape EB Session, Stuart tells us about the beginnings of his show and how he manages to keep his audience engaged and his guests upright on the inevitably unpredictable improvised path. We also announce the winners of the Literative contest that used our Arcade session! Stuart Rice is the creator and host of The Sketch Comedy Podcast Show. He also runs Marathon Productions, a podcast production company. Sounds Masking Tape Car Driving By Martinique Treadmill at The Gym (Woonsocket)…

Session 56: Salt – Featuring Hannah Carmack, Author of Seven-Sided Spy

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Hannah Carmack, author of Seven-Sided Spy joins us for this episode where we workshop using the EB Session: Salt. Hannah talks about living with an invisible illness and how that has brought challenges and opportunities for her. We also make some bold predictions about the future of entertainment and identity!  Hannah Carmack is a recent graduate of Northern Illinois University. She enjoys volunteer work and spends most of her time working for the organization STEM Read, connecting reluctant readers and bookworms alike to the world of literature and science. She has a number of poetry publications, all of which regard living with ulcerative…

Session 55: Coffee – Featuring Vanessa Rodriguez

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Grab your mug and join Vanessa Rodriguez for a stimulating conversation and creativity session using the EB Method! Vanessa was one of the winners from This is Writing’s university writing contest held in 2017! We think she has a bright future in writing ahead of her! Vanessa Rodriguez was born in Los Angeles but raised for most of her life in San Diego. Raised to be an avid reader, she began writing poetry in middle school and has since delved into writing short stories and completing novels.   She is currently attending San Diego State University as an English student,…

Session 54: Toaster Oven – Featuring Annie Wentz, Epidemiologist

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Join Brown University Department of Epidemiology doctoral student Annie Wentz as we talk about her crazy cat Karl, loneliness, chocolate cake, and creativity! Annie is a doctoral student at Brown University in the Department of Epidemiology. She studies opioids, plays the ukulele, and has a crazy cat named Karl. Annie has been with Endless Beautiful since the beginning, when it was just workshops, and not necessarily a podcast that features guests every week. It’s high time that we have her on the show! Sounds Karl and a Toaster Oven Opening Balcony Martinique Walking Around Free Play Arcade Easy Rider Bike…

Session 53: Sewing Machine – Featuring Nick Revel of PUBLIQuartet

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We test out the EB Method and the Sewing Machine session with amazing violist and improvisation guru Nick Revel in this episode of the podcast. Tune in to listen to Nick’s incredible piece and the fascinating discussion that surrounds it! Nick Revel is the founding violist of PUBLIQuartet, which was string quartet in residence for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “MetLiveArts” 2016/17 season. PUBLIQuartet has been presented by the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Carnegie Hall, Joyce Theater, National Sawdust, Dizzy’s Coca Cola Club, and the Newport Jazz Festival. He’s collaborated with Benjamin Millepied and…

Session 52: Snow – Featuring R.S. Benedict, Fantasy and Science Fiction Writer


Bundle up and join EB as we chat with the amazing fantasy and science fiction writer R.S. Benedict about her stories, balancing work with creativity, and avoiding misplaced takeout! Sounds Hotel Room Fan in Martinique Walking in the Snow (West Greenwich, RI) Rain Hitting Microphone Playing Pinball Flotsam Birds and Leafblower Kids Playing in Martinique R.S. Benedict’s Result Listen to the episode! Lucas’s Result He pulled the old Ford F-150 to the side of the reservoir embankment. Van pulled on some cracked leather gloves before opening the door into the cold October air. It was almost cranberry harvest season, and…