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"YOU CAN'T USE UP CREATIVITY. THE MORE YOU USE, THE MORE YOU HAVE." — Maya Angelou
The official podcast of The Prompt, featuring Davo and Cali, former college roommates, as they agree, disagree, and break down the issues of the day.
Intro track used with permission from the badass GoGo Brass Funk band, The Brass-a-holics: www.brass-a-holics.com
A freelancer, fiction writer, podcast listener, fantasy reader who sometimes remembers to write for herself on occasion. She has a BA in English and Management, and currently lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Digital marketer, author, and hopeless romantic from D.C. who scribbles in answers on trivia night and shouts at her Playstation on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Sips hot tea or coffee from a Studio Ghibli mug. Paces while brainstorming. Conquers hot sauce.
A proud Ohio boy living in the 410. Aspiring world traveler. Constant singer of all of the songs. My faith, family, and friends keep me grounded. Work hard, love harder. Go Bucks. Glory glory, Man United.
David once performed a feminist rap version of "Gaston" from Disney's Beauty and the Beast on a soccer field in DC. Today he lives in London and searches for a wilting rose. (Not the flower but the eligible British viscount, Sir Wilting Rose).
Natasha Gural is a fallen literary scholar and veteran award-winning journalist and editorial executive (AP, Dow Jones) who misses the old school newspaper and wire service hustle. Her creative pursuits include covering global fine art for Forbes. No doubt her literary breakthrough will strike as the Earth implodes.
Lover of learning, nerdy ideas, dry wit, cooking and eating delicious food and generally going back to what brought her joy at the age of 8. She lives in NY and is a consultant and runs a project called Dinner & Dialogue (dinneranddialogue.org)
When he's not training to best Michael Phelps' records, Michael Alexander is writing, coding, editing YouTube videos, painting, playing electric guitar, singing David Bowie songs, dancing, performing standup comedy, competing in chess, hiking, or playing with his goddess dog (and canine sister) Athena. A native New Yorker who moved to Portland, Maine on May 1, Michael is a fifth-grader with deep ties to the art world. He enjoys visiting galleries and museums, discussing all genres, especially contemporary art, with artists, gallery owners, and curators.
A lover of stories, Cass pulls them from real-world data by day and from her imagination by night. She writes to inspire, and is an advocate for girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Paper, stationery, information technology, musical instruments and flush toilets keep appearing in her gratitude journal, and public speaking opportunities excite her.
Rachel (Insta: @rachel_e_lettering) is a graphic designer, podcast aficionado, and mom of the fastest little dude in his age bracket. Capable of rapping NY State of Mind in its entirety. Taller than you.
Gabriel Loewenberg is a photographer and occasional writer based in St. Petersburg, Florida. Sometimes he takes pictures of weird things, sometimes of cars, sometimes of rockets, and all too often of cats. His work can be seen at SonicGabe.com.
Daragh Fleming is a 25 year old writer from Cork, Ireland. He writes thought-provoking fiction that flirts heavily with the bizarre, runs a mental health blog over at thoughtstoobig.com, and his first collection of short stories, The Book of Revelations, was published in summer 2019.
Abi lives in Brighton by the sea. She spends her time teaching, writing mini stories, and losing gracefully at complicated board games. Her words pop up here and there and she will normally go on about it when they do.
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