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The Odyssey Storytelling Podcast

Oct 19, 2018

The "Body" show on December 3rd, 2015, was a truly special event, featuring an amazing selection of stories. But none, perhaps, as quietly beautiful as Jurni Roco's story of dancing, learning, growth, and transformation. From Jurni's Odyssey bio:

Jurni Roco is passionate about enabling and inspiring growth. She...


Oct 12, 2018

There were a lot of strange stories told at The Screening Room in on March 3rd, 2016, but none of them are more inherently familiar than a story of being in a strange place with a culture you don't fully understand, particularly when you're Caitlin Reinhard and you have some things to learn about red flags...


Oct 6, 2018

Terry Ahearn may have taken the Odyssey stage by storm -- or, rather, quake -- in February 2016, but his story takes place in 1989, when he came a few stuffed toys and a mother away from being the victim of the Bay Bridge collapse. From Terry's Odyssey bio:

Rhodes Scholar, Congressional Medal of Freedom recipient, Grand...


Sep 28, 2018

Tattooed. Scarred. Marked – physically, mentally, socially, emotionally. Labeled by others, or by yourself, as something you are, or something you’re not. Wearing a sign on your skin or bearing one on your soul. There are many ways to be branded, as our storytellers can attest.

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Sep 22, 2018

More than three years ago, Odyssey Storytelling hosted Michelle Pitot, who told the assembled audience a funny but personal story about the time she took a break from her preferred sexuality and discovered that love isn't quite as straightforward as it seems, despite the many influences of friends, family, and society...