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In 2016 I began interviewing my grandmother, who is now 89, to try and capture some of her stories before it’s too late. I initially set out to do a podcast, but life got busy so I’ve resorted to putting...
This weaves the stories, the lives, and the future work of a librarian & a retired community nurse who met at the 2019 KC Fringe Festival.
If you struggle with the current political climate (especially the public discourse), take a listen to Ben’s interview. Learn about his early life, his path to Richmond, religion, and his career/projects. He also talks about the way he navigates current...
In this interview, I conversed with Kamarion Miller, a 16-year-old artist, author, designer, actor, and many more, and discussed the power of storytelling and his advice for audiences.
Interviewing one of my favorite aunts in State College, Pennsylvania. Listening to stories about her childhood and how she became who she is today.
Recorded on March 28, 2001 by HB Smith @76 yrs old, exactly 10 yrs to the day before his passing.
To explore the powerful impact and potential of storytelling to create peace and facilitate understanding, Kodee interviews Hattie as part of an assignment for their introduction to peace and justice class at St. Norbert College.
An interview with Najma in order to get to know a fellow St. Norbert student, while also exploring the power of storytelling.
Ashley talks about growing up as Irish Twins (her sister), learning to be honest with herself and others, and the art of resiliency. Ashley, a self-proclaimed emotional sponge, gives us some life advice (“Forward is forward…”) and talks about how...
Jorida Dervishi is an idealist through and through. Jorida came from Albania to Milan 4 years ago and opened her own school for women immigrants to help them learn to speak Italian. While working with her school devoted to women...
We talked about the family’s history and my grandmother’s history, the influences in her life of her strong connection with her family, and what she wants future generations to know.
Join us as we explore our history of storytelling and the various mediums that facilitate this enriching art form!
In conversation with my (Jarod) mom (Julie) on her love of photography, how photography shapes her life, her connection to her parents and in-laws and the history they experienced, and on our responsibility as storytellers.
From the front door, I knew I was gonna love this place. Elixr is a unquiet little haven close to city hall in Philadelphia. Having coffee with Henken was a good time for reflection and looking ahead to the new...
I interviewed my aunt from my dads side. I asked her a lot about her childhood and what it was like growing up with my dad.