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InkStains

Ever wanted to challenge yourself artistically? Write a story every day, photograph something or illustrate something on a regular basis? John Urbancik has done that, on a grand scale: InkStains was originally a year-long daily writing project, in which he wrote a story a day every day for a year. By hand. Now, as he attempts to do this for a third time, he’ll share with you his secrets of how it’s done. Or maybe you just want to hear some of the stories that have resulted from this. InkStains is now a weekly podcast featuring stories of any and every genre as well as discussions about creativity and personal challenges and what it takes to make a thing – and the kinds of scars and stains that might leave.

Sep 12, 2018

INKSTAINS

While our host
crosses the Atlantic,
we'll be replaying
episodes featuring the novella
Necropolis
as they originally
aired in 2017.
Enjoy!

John Urbancik discusses
writing, photography, art, and creativity,
and also reads...


Sep 5, 2018

INKSTAINS

While our host
crosses the Atlantic,
we'll be replaying
episodes featuring the novella
Necropolis
as they originally
aired in 2017.
Enjoy!

John Urbancik discusses
writing, photography, art, and creativity,
and also reads...


Aug 29, 2018

INKSTAINS

While our host
crosses the Atlantic,
we'll be replaying
episodes featuring the novella
Necropolis
as they originally
aired in 2017.
Enjoy!

John Urbancik discusses
writing, photography, art, and creativity,
and also reads...


Aug 22, 2018

INKSTAINS

While our host
crosses the Atlantic,
we'll be replaying
episodes featuring the novella
Necropolis
as they originally
aired in 2017.
Enjoy!

John Urbancik discusses
writing, photography, art, and creativity,
and also reads...


Aug 15, 2018

INKSTAINS

Our regular host John Urbancik
is off to Madrid for no one knows
how long, so we've got a guest.
Brian Keene, author of the upcoming
End of the Road
and host of
The Horror Show with Brian Keene
steps in to talk about
friendship
and new traditions
and the honesty in your art
that will outlive us.

This week's stories
are...