Fear not, intrepid listeners! I have returned, but this time with some basic housekeeping and updates on the show. I want to let you know about all the amazing things coming up, from calls to submissions to the release of the preorder for The Story Collection (gumroad.co/htfKN) and all the amazing things that you'll just have to listen to to find out more about. I'll be back sooner than you think with a brand new episode.
I decided to end our trek through the Celts with a look at the most popular aspect of Celtic stories, the fairies: who they are and where they came from. This week, we begin a new format of delivery, so please tell me what you think (good or bad!) so I can continue to improve the show for the future.
This week's featured podcast is Stories of Yore and Yours, which has returned for its second season. Shawn Ennis has been a big champion of my show and I strongly want to encourage everyone to go and give his episodes a listen because they are amazing!
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Hello everyone! Today I picked two of my favorite romantic Irish tales to share with you! The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Gráinne and Fair, Brown and Trembling.
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Welcome to Episode 17! It feels good to be back on a regular release schedule again! This week, we're looking at the different mythological cycles, or groupings of stories, from Irish Mythology. And this week, I've also announced the release of the first story collection from Get Grimm due out on May 25th! If you become a Patreon supporter, you get a some sweet limited bonuses from the podcast. It's going to be an amazing Spring Season!
This week's featured podcast is the Non Mom Happy Hour Podcast! Find them here.
Episode 16 starts our first multi-episode arc about Celtic mythology. The Celts are a fascinating bunch for the deep-reaching influence into myths and fairy tales as well the large amount of mystery surrounding them because a lot of their stories were never written down by them. This week, it's a little bit of history and a little bit of rock and roll. Okay, mostly history. And why the Celts are different than the Greeks and Romans. And a few other awesome podcasts!
This week's featured podcast is Southern Gothic.
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Thanks for joining me for the first ever episode of Get Told. Volume I consists entirely of stories in their original form as closely as possible. Each story in this episode was either discussed or mentioned in Episode 15. Thanks everyone for joining me!
This week starts the new format of the show! We are now releasing regular episodes on a fortnightly basis. It's all the same great stories.
In this episode we look at how the wolf is used in a handful of fairy tales and folk tales from the Grimm Brothers and Aesop and his place in the teaching of lessons.
In 1843, a man set out with the goal of showing the world how class disparity affects us all in a negative way. In 2018, a woman sets out to show the world that this tale has become folklore, myth, and legend all on its own with the help of some of her friends.
Join us this week as we listen an audio drama retelling of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Megan from The FrankenPod and Em from Hate Readpodcasts introduce you to the world of Charles Dickens, while Kayla Knight, Shawn Ennis of Stories of Yore and Yours, and the Narrator of Mythical weave you a tale in two parts about the meaning of Christmas and how it's never too late to change.
This episode is the finale of this year's two part Christmas Special!
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