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May 28, 2018

Katy interviews Samuel Webster, versatile artist, Australian expat in a small town in Italy, and host of Fool’s Paradise podcast. They discuss what it means to be an “artist.” Does adopting that title make you pretentious, or is it just an honest representation of your craft? What about if you practice numerous arts? Webster identifies as a writer, a photographer, a poet, a podcaster, and much more. But does practicing one art form take away from the others? If you qualify yourself as a photographer, what does that say about your writing degree? Beyond that, how do you go about making a living from art in a foreign country? Katy and Samuel discuss these and other fascinating topics.

Check out Samuel Webster's podcast, Fool's Paradise.

Or visit his website to learn more about his projects.

Bonus! Samuel interviewed Katy on the same day, and his episode is set to air simultaneously. So if you enjoyed this episode, be sure to check out his as well. Just click the link above.


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