I’m so excited to share this episode. I got the amazing opportunity to interview one of my favorite writers and thinkers, Eric G. Wilson.
A few months back I made a video and a podcast talking a little bit about one his books, Against Happiness.
Here’s the video:
And, if you want to listen to the podcast episode you can find it below:
That video put me in touch with both Eric and his podcasting partner, Joel Tauber. I was fortunate enough to have Joel as a guest on a previous episode of the podcast:
If you want to watch the video, here ya go!
Their podcast, which we talk about in the episode, is called Belt: A 2-Man Memoir. Its funny, smart, and irreverent.
This is an incredible conversation. I’m so unspeakably grateful to Eric for taking the time.
As the title of this episode suggests, we talk a lot about meaning and melancholy. But, we also talk quite a bit about creativity, writing, failure, religion, spirituality, and so many other rich and dynamic subjects.
Here are a few of his books that we talked about in the episode:
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