May 28, 2018
Fictional friends! Bogus braggarts! Hilarious hoaxes! And of course, orgasms. In a world of fake news and fraudulent schemes, it’s hard to know what’s real anymore. Here are seven true tales of things forged, fabricated, and phony.
This week's storytellers include:
May 21, 2018
In September 2016, Odyssey's dual-themed "Forgiveness/Grudges" show featured a heartfelt story from Maggie Golston about learning to forgive her father, and longing for his forgiveness, in turn. From Maggie's Odyssey bio:
Maggie Golston is a Writing and Humanities faculty member at Pima Community College. She earned an...
May 11, 2018
Dirty laundry is one thing, but what happens when there's just...no laundry at all? In November 2016, Gretchen Wirges explained the importance of wearing underwear to the Odyssey audience (particularly when nearly killing yourself) in a story that included scenic island vacations, gruesome bicycle accidents, and the...
May 4, 2018
For those who have ever wondered what a man might do when forced to choose between watching the playoffs and having sex, Jeff Whitehead answered your question on the Odyssey stage in April 2017 with a story about the time he tried to have his cake and...well, you get the idea. Might have gotten away with it, too, if not...