I was recently interviewed for a Canvas Rebel feature. They use a submission form, common among interviewers, with lists of questions to choose from. I like doing these kinds of interviews because it gives me opportunities to reflect differently on my work and process, forcing me to get specific and think about audiences outside of the one that I am accustomed to addressing daily on Instagram. I get to choose which questions to answer AND I get to edit my responses. The published interviews don't always flow smoothly and I wonder about that as the question that is posed gets transmutated into an "interview" format, but my answer does not. It's weird. I don't know what to do about that, but want you to be aware if you choose to read the interview.
In your life, what is a question that sticks with you? Is there one that you mull over and return to? Has there ever been a question that changed your life? How so? Do you wish you had never heard that question? Are you grateful for it?