Episode Twenty Nine: Stayin’ Alive

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Julie Moss

A life long storyteller, Julie listened to her grandmothers and mother tell stories throughout her growing up years, and she told stories to her sisters, cousins and imaginary brother. As well as a storyteller, she has been a mother, grandmother, teacher, librarian and writer.

 

Jenni Cargill Strong 

Jenni Cargill-Strong is an award-winning Australian storyteller and Owner Operator of ‘The Story Tree Company’ and ‘Stories on Foot: Tales of Byron Bay and the Rainbow Region‘.

 

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Episode Twenty Seven: The Foolish Wiseman

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Jampal Namgyel – Storyteller from Colorado

Cooper Braun – Storyteller from Colorado

Clare Murphy – International Storyteller from Ireland

Danyda Feldman – Storyteller and maker of dragons

Caleb Winebrenner – Storyteller and Professor from Phoenix, AZ

Isabelle Hauser – Storyteller and Harpist from Switzerland

Music By Podington Bear – The songs featured were Elephant Walk and Twosome

The story for the Patrons of the podcast for this episode is Little Burnt Face By Milbre Burch.

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Episode Twenty Six: The Kids Are Alright

The books Clare Murphy mentions in her interview are
then as a teen she was into the
Lovely patrons of the podcast you have a story by Richard Martin, and the full interview with Clare Murphy waiting for you on Patreon!
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Episode Twenty Five: Kindness Returned

In the first interview for the podcast Alton Chung shared his favorite books as a child – The baby whale, Sharp Ears, a tale about a Sperm Whale (hey, that rhymes!) and the Japanese tale The Naughty Badger, a story that he tells on his CD Spider Weaver And other Tales From Asia.
The music was July, by Kai Engel.
The Story Story Short for the patrons of the podcast was “The Snipe and the Mussel” by storyteller Julie Moss and the full interview with Alton Chung, where he talks about how he became a storyteller and how he finds his stories.   To hear the Story Story Short, consider becoming a patron of the podcast!
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