Michael Werner has recently started a blog featuring interviews with photographic luminaries like William Greiner, Zoe Strauss, Lori Nix, Andrew Phelps, and Richard Renaldi. Werner nobly and succinctly cites his motivation here:
Two Way Lens is a project designed to inform and inspire emerging photographers wanting to focus their creative output in a way that enhances their chances of finding an audience, being included in exhibitions and ultimately achieving gallery representation. The journey from inspired artist to successful artist is one that is often difficult to negotiate and hard to control. On these pages, I will feature the experiences and opinions of other photographers who I have found inspiring, and hopefully the knowledge they have built in their own experiences will be valuable to all of us finding our own way to sharing our creativity with the wider world.
Check it out here.