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The Odyssey Storytelling Podcast

Jun 14, 2019

Some might say this story should have been released in October, not June. But at Odyssey, we believe that there's never a bad time for a ghost story. And after all it was originally told in October 2016, at the Natural show...only this tale is more unnatural than anything else. What happened when Moses Thompson started...

Jun 7, 2019

Liane Hernandez has a strong relationship with food. It shaped her life and career, inspired her personal and professional missions, and helped her find an amazing community. In February 2017, she took the stage at Odyssey's "Mission" show to tell the audience all about it!

From Liane's Odyssey bio:

Liane Hernandez is...

May 31, 2019

Heroes & Villains have faced off since the beginning of recorded history. Moses and Pharaoh, Beowulf and Grendel, Batman and The Joker, SpongeBob and Plankton; we love’em, we hate’em. Sometimes a single character can be a hero to some, and a villain to others.

This week's storytellers include:

  • Terry Ahearn
  • Pat...

May 24, 2019

The April 2016 Contradictions show carried the overall theme of the contradictions of the human condition, and no story embodied that theme better than Jovahn Walid Thomas' extremely heartfelt tribute to his grandmother, a story about family and tradition, about triumph and tragedy, about life and death. It's not an...

May 17, 2019

Some stories at Odyssey's January 2017 "Labor" show were about birth. Some were about unionizing. And some, like Jema Patterson's, were about specific labors unique to their lives alone. Like, for example, meeting a hot, smart, Spanish guy on a ferry and somehow failing to mention that you have a boyfriend. From Jema's...