Ep 67: Amanda Palmer on How to Fight, Meditate, and Make Good Art
Mar 30, 2015
Amanda Palmer first came to prominence as one half of the internationally acclaimed punk cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls. She is widely known as “The Social Media Queen of Rock-N-Roll” for her intimate engagement with fans via her blog, Tumblr, and Twitter (1,000,000+ followers), and she has been at the vanguard of using both “direct-to-fan” and “pay what you want” (patronage) business models to build and run her business. Amanda's new book, The Art of Asking, is a New York Times' best seller and a damn fine read. Show notes, links, and resources from this episode can be found at www.fourhourworkweek.com/podcast
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