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Author: Jude Brewer

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A podcast harkening back to the Golden Age of Radio, creating a “theatre of the mind” with writers, actors, and musicians, hosted by Jude Brewer.
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Our series finale introduces author Traci Foust in the voices of a couple dozen other writers from both seasons of the podcast, featuring original musical composition and a song by Maiah Wynne.Click here to buy a copy of Traci's memoir, Nowhere Near Normal.Click here to check out more of Maiah's music.Thank you to the following storytellers for lending their voices:Adam Strong, Brianna Barrett, Christina Butcher, David Ciminello, Davis Slater, DeAngelo Gillispie, Domi Shoemaker, Felicity Fenton, Geronimo Tagatac, Jackie Shannon Hollis, Jason Arias, Jennifer Robin, James A. Gilletti, Kate Gray, Kate Ristau, Kevin Sampsell, Kimberly King Parsons, Margaret Malone, Mark Russell, Mo Daviau, Rick Hall, Samuel Snoek-Brown, Stephanie Strange, Stevan Allred, Suzy Vitello, Tammy Lynne Stoner, Yuvi Zalkow.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
This week, Stevan reads an excerpt from his novel, The Alehouse at the End of the World, with musical scoring and a performance by Shane Brown.Our hero, the fisherman, is on a quest to find his beloved, who has written to him from her deathbed, urging him to come find her on the Isle of the Dead. After a rather unusual sea voyage, we join him as he awakens on a strange shore...Read more on Stevan Allred here: stevanallred.comCheck out Shane Brown here: shanebrownmusic.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Joanna Rose with a musical performance by Christopher WorthThis week, Joanna pages through her own book while contemplating what to write next. Then Christopher performs a song!Read more on Joanna Rose here: joannarose.xyzCheck out Christopher Worth here: weareworth.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Tabitha Blankenbiller with a musical performance by Moses Barrett of The JunebugsThis week, Tabitha reads an excerpt from her book, Eats of Eden, exploring fact versus fiction while examining a fading friendship. Then Moses performs a song!Read more on Tabitha here: tabithablankenbiller.comCheck out The Junebugs here: thejunebugs.netHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Mo Daviau with a musical performance by Laryssa Birdseye.This week, Mo demonstrates exactly how it feels to simultaneously take control and surrender in one swift bite, then Laryssa performs a song!Read more on Mo here: modaviau.comListen to Laryssa here: laryssabirdseye.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Performed by Suzy Vitello. Musical performance by Annachristie Sapphire.This week, we hear about what it means to grow up in America versus Vienna, then Annachristie Sapphire performs a song!Read more about Suzy here: suzyvitello.comListen to Annachristie here: annachristiemusic.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Performed by Mark Russell. Musical performance by J Graves.This week, we hear about all the pitfalls of running your own public access TV program with your college buddies in Eugene, Oregon. Then J Graves performs a song!Follow Mark on Twitter @ManrussFollow J Graves: jgraves.xyzHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Jackie Shannon Hollis. Musical performance by Redwood Son.This week, we dial it back a few decades, into those tender years of growing up and moving to a new town, making new friends, and eavesdropping on grownups. Then Redwood Son performs a song!Check out Jackie's writing: jackieshannonhollis.comHear Redwood Son: redwoodson.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Adam Strong. Musical performance by Margaret Wehr.This week, we navigate a chain reaction of bad decisions, wondering where it all went wrong in the first place.Hear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Yuvi Zalkow. Musical performance by Corinne Sharlet.This week, we're taken down the awkwardly messy and comically complicated world of digital communication and post-divorce blind dates.Check out Yuvi's writing: yuvizalkow.comConnect with Corinne Sharlet here on Facebook.Hear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Michael Shou-Yung Shum, with musical performance by Talk Station.This week, we follow Kay on her journey toward a funeral wake, then Talk Station performs "Balanced On A Beam Of Light".Check out Michael's writing: michaelshum.wordpress.comListen to more of Talk Station at talkstation.bandcamp.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Performed by John Craigie.This week, we learn how endings aren't always what we hope for, whether it's a bank robber attending a concert or opening for Pamela Anderson at Burning Man. Oh, and that time when John almost stole some weed from Todd Snider.Check out more of Craigie: johncraigiemusic.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Kimberly King Parsons. Musical performance by Fox and Bones.This week, we dive into suburban childhood, cold brothers, and complicated mothers. Then an original song by Fox and Bones.Check out Kimberly's writing: kimberlykingparsons.comListen to more of Fox and Bones at foxandbones.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Tammy Lynne Stoner. Musical performance by Pretty Gritty.This week, we hear an excerpt from Tammy's novel "Sugar Land" where two close friends grow much closer. Then, Pretty Gritty performs a song.Check out Tammy's writing: tammylynnestoner.comListen to more of Pretty Gritty at prettygrittymusic.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comLearn how to become a patron: patreon.com/sttspodClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and performed by Felicity Fenton.This week, we follow a young girl navigating that fine line between discovering herself and satisfying the whims of encroaching adulthood.Check out Felicity's writing and artwork: felicityfenton.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comLearn how to become a patron: patreon.com/sttspodClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Jude Brewer. Musical performance by Karyn Ann.This week, we hear a piece performed from Stephen O'Donnell's recent publication, The Untold Gaze. Get yourself a copy here at powells.comListen to more of Karyn Ann at karynann.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comLearn how to become a patron: patreon.com/sttspodClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
S2: Ep.9 - We're Live!

S2: Ep.9 - We're Live!

2019-01-2243:19

**Correction to the introduction of this episode** This last November (NOT this last December), we were invited to participate in LitCrawl, an annual literary event in Portland where various performances occur all around different venues. For our event, we had 45 minutes. Five performers. Six stories. With the Colin Trio being our live band. This was an experiment that wound up facing a packed crowd and being invited back for next year! Thank you to Tabitha Blankenbiller, Jennifer Robin, Kevin Sampsell, Margaret Malone, and Brianna Barrett for performing.Hear more episodes: sttspod.comLearn how to become a patron: patreon.com/sttspodClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Kevin Sampsell. Musical performance by Joshua Rivera.In this week's episode, Kevin gets us stuck inside a man's paranoid head on a walk to the bus stop. Then Joshua performs a song.Read Kevin's writing: kevinsampsell.comCheck out Joshua Rivera's music and videos: vimeo.com/rollstarsHear more episodes: sttspod.comLearn how to become a patron: patreon.com/sttspodClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and narrated by Genevieve Hudson. Musical accompaniment by Luz of Y La Bamba.In this week's episode, Genevieve recounts an almost-love-story with a possum. Then Luz performs a song.Read Genevieve's writing: genevievehudsonwriter.comListen to Y La Bamba: ylabamba.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comLearn how to become a patron: patreon.com/sttspodClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
Written and performed by Stephanie Strange.In this week's episode, Stephanie blurs the lines between story and song.Listen to Stephanie's music: strangeandthefamiliars.comRead Stephanie's writing: bellastrano.comHear more episodes: sttspod.comLearn how to become a patron: patreon.com/sttspodClick here to rate us on iTunes. Otherwise, please share this episode with your friends and family -- new episodes arrive every Tuesday!Thank you for listening.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sttspod)
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