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The Odyssey Storytelling Podcast

Feb 14, 2020

Let's be honest: Regardless of how you feel about religion, it would have sucked to do the Mission show without a single missionary story. That's what Ellen Morrell provided the Odyssey audience on the night of February 2nd, 2017, inviting them along with her on her journey to South Sudan. From Ellen's Odyssey bio:

I...


Feb 7, 2020

Alex Ruiz has a slow, calming style of storytelling, which helps when you're imagining homemade tacos sizzling in the fire. At the April 2016 Contradictions show, Alex talked about transitioning from his mother's tacos to the ones served in public schools and fast food restaurants, and the strange similarity between...


Jan 31, 2020

Stories from the shoulda – coulda – woulda club. They say hindsight is 20/20. If you knew then what you know now . . . how would your life be different? Would you make the same choices or would you take a different path? Are our lives predetermined by fate or do we exercise free will? Or, is it some odd combination...


Jan 17, 2020

The January 2017 Labor show comes to an end (except for one story that didn't get recorded properly because it was Miles' first Odyssey show) with this short one from Vic Roych, who meditates on the social phenomenon of "two ships passing in the night." From Vic's Odyssey bio:

Vic Roych is an actor. A SAG-AFTRA member,...


Jan 10, 2020

The December 2015 Body show completes its podcast journey with this story from Georgette "George" Rosburg, which is funny, sad, and heartwarming by turns, as you might expect when both Alzheimer's and cup sizes are involved. From George's Odyssey bio:

Georgette “George” Rosberg is originally from a one stop-light...