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Listen 7: Three Tales for Christmas (2016)
For the Holiday season, we bring you an all new episode of Listen featuring three wonderful tales for Christmas!
1. Alton Chung telling "Sagebrush Santa"
2. Lyn Ford telling "Great Aunt Katherine's Turkeys"
3. Stas Ziolkowski telling "Father Joe's Christmas"
Recorded Live at the 2015 Three Rivers Storytelling Festival
Listen 6: Daniel Morden
Recorded live at the 2014 National Storytelling Festival. This Norse tale introduces Ella, who’s beauty and gentility is unmatched and Tatterhood, who while unkempt and rough, carries an inner fire and spirit that makes her unique and beautiful.
Listen 5: Connie Regan-Blake
Recorded Live at the 2015 Three Rivers Storytelling Festival, Master Storyteller, Connie Regan-Blake shares a Jack tale. Courser than the Jack tales from across the pond, these reflect the time and place where they were originally told.
Listen 4: Jim May
A special Story for Mother's Day. Recorded Live at the 2015 Three Rivers Storytelling Festival comes a touching tale by Jim May. It's a tale that focuses on memories of Jim's mother, Agnes. Show Notes: www.storylisteners.com/4
Listen 3: Adam Booth
Recorded Live at the 2015 National Storytelling Festival comes a fantastic tale by Adam Booth. It's a tale that blends traditional tales, Appalachian Culture and history into an experience like no other. Show Notes: www.storylisteners.com/3
Listen 2: Joanna Demarest
A talented Pittsburgh area Storyteller, Joanna shares two engaging and funny tales. Recorded live at the 2015 Storytelling Festival, an annual storytelling festival in Pittsburgh, PA. Full Show Notes: www.storylisteners.com/2.
Love the story telling of tales and personal experiences. No doubt about it being in your top 10 podcast!!!
Victoria is going to get jealous!
Love the new format! I really enjoy regional lore and there are not enough podcasts specializing in the genre! Keep up the good work Dan!