Our podcast series FROM MY KITCHEN TABLE is both inspired and created from my successful WOMEN CREATE magazines. These women consist of artists, foodies, entrepreneurs, and creators of the unusual and the exceptional. Their personal stores are filled with triumph, perseverance, inspiration, and a love and commitment to community. To share their stories join our fellow travelers, your kindred spirits, your very best friends, your new friends, and your yet unknown friends each week on our new podcast series: FROM MY KITCHEN TABLE.
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I absolutely loved this episode with Seth. I had to listen it in sections because there was so much to digest. He is everything I aspire to be in my art practice, and as a teacher to my students. Thank you so much Jo for hosting such a fabulously inspiring podcast!
I enjoy all the episodes but especially enjoyed listening to this one. Thank you for your tender heart and for the genuine affection you have for all the artists you interview. It was so nice to meet Seth and I enjoyed his refreshing outlook and honesty. Bless you.
Loved this interview… just purchased her new book and am looking forward to ingesting it! more
Jo and her guests are good company in the studio as I hook rugs. I enjoy her philosophy of artists helping each other. She is warm, natural and engaging on this podcast and I have listened to them well. Thank you for creating it.
First time listening- was the interview of Lori Siebert and it was fantastic! Warm, interesting, fun, informative and just all the feels. Looking forward to more!!!
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From My Kitchen Table launched a year ago and published 25 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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