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On this week’s episode: the vulnerable feelings that are inherent in creative work / being human; the unsolved mystery of decreasing life expectancy in the United States; a helpful perspective on the origins of America’s unique-in-the-world gun culture; a fiery conversation about what can be done about all the damn gun deaths; and a published poem by one of our very own Misfit Stars supporting members.
Here’s where to subscribe to James Turner’s (wonderful) newsletter: https://turnercreative.ck.page/one-creative-moment-signup
Here are ideas for what you can do right now to help combat our gun death epidemic: https://yourlocalepidemiologist.substack.com/p/firearms-what-you-can-do-right-now
Here’s Misfit Star Jennifer Henry’s wonderful new poem: https://www.consilience-journal.com/issue-12-excavate
🚨 Buy tickets for our Sacramento theater show April 22: https://bstreettheatre.org/music/shannon-curtis/
Listen to “Wouldn’t It Be Good”: https://songwhip.com/shannoncurtis/wouldnt-it-be-good
Listen to “Good to Me”: https://songwhip.com/shannoncurtis/good-to-me