9 episodes

A podcast of stories: fictional, nonfictional, conversational, theatrical.

Soundly Stories Andy Theodorou

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    • 3.9 • 7 Ratings

A podcast of stories: fictional, nonfictional, conversational, theatrical.

    10. Cuckoo-type

    10. Cuckoo-type

    Stefan Karfakis talks art, inspiration, and appropriation. And Maple syrup. From March 27, 2014.

    • 13 min
    8. Carnegie Hall

    8. Carnegie Hall

    Amanda Nazario reads Carnegie Hall; Jason Thompson awakes on the edge. [explicit]

    • 14 min
    7. Pizza Pino

    7. Pizza Pino

    Sam Perez's Parisian adventure; The Thompsons are asleep.

    • 22 min
    6. Four Last Things

    6. Four Last Things

    Four Last Things playwright, Lisa Tierney-Keogh; Frances Tulk-Hart talks about photographing Jemima Kirke for 5 Minutes with Franny; Amanda Day gets ready for the Thompson’s visit; train poem W.C.W.

    • 13 min
    5. Goldilocks and Robot

    5. Goldilocks and Robot

    Jess Perez tells the story of a home intruder and a gigantic dog; Audrey Thompson is still beautiful. [explicit]

    • 20 min
    4. All Your Thoughts

    4. All Your Thoughts

    The story of Jeremy Smith’s fashion-forward plan to revitalize his family’s plumbing supply business (from Producer Liz Massey); Poet and writer Andy Martrich reads from NJN Transition (Gauss-PDF); Jason Thompson can be a dick; Train poem from Katrina Dixon.

    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

seanmwildman ,

Nifty!

Storytelling without all the glam. There's not "too much" to have to listen to. Uncomplicated with less setup than other story pods. Less explanation. Speaks for itself. A splendid little podcast.

FromJC ,

OK for Amanda

OK so this show isn't so good. OK but my friend Amanda is on the July one and she is great. You should listen to hers

Chris Kalafarski ,

Rough

Still giving this one a chance but so far it's been really rough. The problem is not with the stories but the storytellers. Some of them jump around way too much, and saying "like" every other word is very distracting.

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