Hearthside Salons with PageCraftWriting

Liz Hara - Emmy winner - Pursuing your passion and the necessity of failure

April 8, 2020

Emmy-winner and Sesame Street puppeteer, builder, and writer, Liz Hara, shares about what failure has taught her about being an artist, what it's like inside the magic world of Sesame, and what she's learned being a woman of color in Hollywood writers rooms. She talks about what makes a great show runner and how TV can teach empathy. She also shares about her Minnesota roots and how working on a Japanese Internment Camp project has brought her closer to her family members who survived the camps. She's a writer on Helpsters and an upcoming Marvel project. 

Her quarantine binge recommends include:
Helpsters, of course,  

Canadian sitcom Kim's Convenience

and Cold Blood on BritBox

As a PageCraft alum, she talks about our Orvieto retreats.

And I talk about Naomi McDougall Jones fab new book The Wrong Kind of Women

 

 

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