Lisa Lucca talks with author and memoir guru Linda Joy Myers about healing through writing and the impact of our ancestral lineage on our story.
Lisa Lucca talks with Jeff Arch, author of Attachments, and screenwriter of many films, including Sleepless in Seattle, one of the top romantic comedies of all time, in a conversation about telling stories, making movies, and believing in magic.
Lisa Lucca brings author Heather Christie back to the show to talk about the big changes she has said Yes! to in the past six months, her new YA book, The Lying Season, and how change can sometimes bring us back to where we began our dreams.
Lisa Lucca talks with author Leah Lax about what it means to be a cultural immigrant in a conversation about Leah's fascinating memoir, Uncovered, and her story of joining the Hasidic community as a teenage girl, her life in that world, and her journey to herself as she left in her 40s and came out as a gay woman.
Lisa Lucca talks with producer, writer, and Story Summit founder and mentor David Kirkpatrick about the daimon - inner genius - that sparks our creativity and how it has influenced his Hollywood career and as a writer.
Lisa Lucca speaks with author Sharon Dukett about her memoir, No Rules, that centers on her adventure through the early 1970s after leaving her sheltered home life at sixteen years old to join the hippies.
Lisa Lucca talks with author, screenwriter, and writing teacher Linda Schreyer in a lovely conversation about her life, her work with writers, and telling the stories that shape us.
Lisa Lucca talks with light meister and visual designer John Featherstone about his incredible career and recent work with Virgin Galactic for the launch out at Spaceport here in New Mexico.
Lisa Lucca has a candid and enlightening conversation with Alexandra Rose, a transgender woman who shares her poignant story of the challenges she faced on her journey from a 1980s Michigan childhood, through ten years in the US Air Force, and the choice she bravely made to live an authentic life.
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Lisa Lucca talks with Mia Kalish, a former IT expert who has made quilting her retirement passion, about the beauty, heritage, and community of quilting, and how quilts are a metaphor for life.
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