The sixth issue of Seed Strategy’s The Fire Theft Project: Conversations on Creativity features comedians Tig Notaro, Kyle Dunnigan and David Huntsberger—hosts of the now-retired Professor Blastoff podcast.
The new digital magazine is now available for iPad and iPad Mini at the Apple App Store, and as a PDF for other devices on the magazine’s website, TheFireTheftProject.com.
This special edition recounts The Fire Theft editorial team’s visit to the podcast to talk with the group about the science of creativity, having a strong work ethic and being fearless. Plus, we remember the much-loved podcast with features both avid fans and first-time listeners can appreciate.
- Give it meaning: “Art stands on the shoulders of something else. You have to connect with what people already know or it won’t affect them,” Dunnigan tells us.
- Don’t be afraid of the dark: Tig’s career turning point came from embracing the moment and being true to herself—even if it meant divulging the most difficult period of her life.
- Memorable moments: Our own crew of “Blastronauts” compiled a list of best-of episodes and inside jokes that’s sure to delight newbies and tenured fans alike.
ABOUT ‘THE FIRE THEFT PROJECT’
Published by Seed Strategy, The Fire Theft Project is an interview series on the subject of creativity. Each issue shares a conversation with a creative thought leader, going in depth to reveal the courage required to lead a creative life and the process involved in bringing new things to the world. The digital magazine is designed with the modern reader in mind, with an easy-to-scan Q&A format, rich with engaging sidebars and interactive features.
A free subscription is available for iPad and iPad Mini via Apple App Store (key search words: The Fire Theft Project) or as a PDF via the magazine’s website. Discover more at TheFireTheftProject.com.
LINKS TO FREE ISSUE
Interactive version for iPad and iPad Mini (recommended)
PDF version for all devices