Lynda interviews poet and scholar Noah benShea

Published by | Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

When I first heard Noah benShea speak at our locally organized TEDx in Santa Barbara, I didn’t meet him in person. Rather, he was projected on the large screen, captured in a series of thought-provoking video monologues that worked as interstitials between the live conference sessions:

Most of the attendees and I found these videos riveting, so I was happy to meet Noah in person many months later. He agreed to come in to our studios for an interview. I recommend you check out the TEDx video first, and then if you enjoyed them, watch our interview to get to know a bit about the man behind the poetry.

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2 Responses to “Lynda interviews poet and scholar Noah benShea”

  1. Rainy Horvath says:

    It is 3:30 a.m. on the morning after Steve Jobs died, and I have been awake for hours pondering hours trying to find solace. As I frequently do, I flicked on my iPad, watched some Ted Talks, and then surfed over to lynda.com to find a cheerful face and a new challenge.

    It is in this state that I happened upon you interview with, and clip of, Noah benShea. Thank you, thank you. Hearing his thoughts has brought me comfort and strength, and renewed my commitment to living the Steve Jobs way, by finding what I love and doing it, and by constantly pushing myself to expand my experience and value.

  2. Lynda.com interviews poet and scholar Noah benShea | Noah benShea says:

    [...] When I first heard Noah benShea speak at our locally organized TEDx in Santa Barbara, I didn’t meet him in person. Rather, he was projected on the large screen, captured in a series of thought-provoking video monologues that worked as interstitials between the live conference sessions… Read the full blog post here. [...]

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