Nashville writer TJ Jarrett is, by many objective measures, a successful artist. She's won awards for her work and has published books of her poetry about history and race and family.
But as she tells WPLN's Emily Siner in our live series and podcast Movers & Thinkers, it's not easy getting to the point where you feel like you're doing good work.
This audio is an excerpt from the latest episode of our Movers & Thinkers podcast. Hear more of the conversation with TJ and two other creators — a country songwriter and a visual artist — by listening to our podcast on our website, on iTunes or on Google Play.