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The Odyssey Storytelling Podcast

Apr 19, 2019

We've had a lot of content from the February 2016 "Bridges" show on this podcast, and there's a reason: It's great. It's great in part, because of Kamaran Zangana, who spoke candidly of his life in the war-torn middle east, a life he describes as "always jump[ing] from this bridge to that bridge." From Kamaran's Odyssey...


Apr 13, 2019

Nature illustrator Beth Surdut has as many stories in her head as she's had homes in her life, and with a life like hers, that's quite a lot! But of all her numerous experiences, perhaps none was as challenging as that most perilous of enterprises -- house hunting in Hawai'i. At the "Home" show in 2015, the Odyssey...


Apr 5, 2019

Nothing changes the course of your life like the discovery of a fundamental truth. In the case of David Dickerson, that truth was the fact that women -- well, most women, anyway -- actually enjoy having their breasts touched! Astounding! Where that revelation led Dave is a story I'll leave to him, though anyone who...


Mar 30, 2019

A long strange trip, venturing out and coming back again, leaping into the void, vacations, adventures and just plain life. Thank you for your love and support for the last 15 years!

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Mar 15, 2019

Odyssey Storytelling closed out 2016 with the Fraught show, which included a very beautiful, very personal story from Cara Smith, who talked about her struggle with ADHD and the difference between security and happiness. From Cara's Odyssey bio:

Cara Smith is a Communication major at the University of Arizona.  A serial...