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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Episode Seventeen: Spider and Butterfly

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Alton Chung

Alton performs at storytelling festivals internationally, sharing stories and legends from Hawaii and spreading aloha.  He also tells stories from the Hawaiian Monarchy and the Plantation Days as well as Asian folk tales from all around the Pacific Rim.  Alton is also passionate about sharing stories of the Japanese American Experience of WWII.  In 2005, Alton was awarded the first J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Award by the National Storytelling Network.  He has performed at the Congress of Asian Storytellers in Singapore, the International Gimme Story Storytelling Festival in the Cayman Islands, as well as venues in India, China, and Okinawa.  He has also performed at the Talk Story Festival, the Bay Area Storytelling Festival, the Four Corners Storytelling Festival, the Oklahoma City Storytelling Festival, and has been a New Voice Teller at the National Storytelling Festival.

Find him at his website, and on Facebook!

Also Featured On: Episode Twenty: The Stolen Tree

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Episode Four: Tales from the Sky

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Robin Bady

Award-winning storyteller Robin Bady performs and teaches throughout the United States, Germany, Ireland and China in theaters, cafes, schools, museums, festivals and online. She loves all stories, particularly true ghost stories told by the person who experienced the “presence”.  She frequently partners with instrument builder Skip LaPlante and violinist Concetta Abbate – their latest project is “The Rootabaga Stories” by Carl Sandburg. She is the host of the celebrated monthly storytelling series, BADYHouse Storytelling Concerts, which takes place in her home.
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Lyn Ford

Who is Lyn Ford?

  • A fourth-generation, nationally recognized, Affrilachian* storyteller.
  • A teaching artist with the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, and workshop facilitator with both OAAE and the Ohio State-Based Collaborative Initiative of the Kennedy Center.
  • A Thurber House mentor.
  • A writer, published in storytelling magazines and newsletters, as well as teachers’ enrichment books and story anthologies, and her own books.
  • A recording artist with award-winning CDs.
  • A Laughter Yoga Teacher and breath mechanic.  Go to my new page, Laughter, Breath, Joy!, for more information!
  • A happy partner-in-life, mama, grandmama, great-grandmama, and good cook!

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Episode Four: Fire and Rain

Episode Six: Ananzi and Common Sense

Episode Eight: Gift From the Sea

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