Strangerville Podcast

Strangerville is a storytelling podcast, produced monthly, in which stories are shared by Strangers everywhere.

Please subscribe to Strangerville on the iTunes here, and don't forget that sometimes Strangers really do have the best candy. 




13 comments:

  1. First podcast I've ever heard & I listened to the entire episode. Loved it!
    Jolyn - Dmitri sounds like a misogynistic ass, but then I am a 64 year old LDS granny who lives on the edge of the Mohave desert, so we probably have different tastes.
    After podcast, I watched some of Eli's YouTubes and laughed til I cried over Guatemala - KUDOS

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  2. For the record this podcast does nothing to encourage me to join the "Kindling" as my 93 year old father refers to it. But I'm sure glad other people do it and then share their stories to keep us entertained.

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  3. Wonderful job on the first episode of the podcast! I loved everything about every minute of it!

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  4. Just listened to your Podcast - there were moments I laughed out loud at my desk. You mentioned Prince Edward Island and I almost lost it, that is actually where I live, and I never hear it mentioned on anything before. Can't wait until you post your next one!

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  5. Really great Podcast. Loved it.

    XoxoXoxo

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  6. The Mothers podcast with Brianne's story was the best. Thanks for sharing. Brianne - you sounds like a wonderful mother!

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  7. I just binged every episode over Thanksgiving. This is my favorite podcast. You guys are awesome.

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  8. Eli and Meg,

    What Podcasts do you listen to?

    Thanks!

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    1. Mostly we just listen to Strangerville over and over and over and over because we are super attracted to our own voices. Sometimes Meg plays Strangerville at half speed just so it lasts longer (and so we sound sexier, if that's even possible).

      But occasionally I listen to my next favorite podcast, Reply All. I'm also a regular listener of This American Life, More Perfect, RadioLab, and The Moth.

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  9. Good gravy. I love love love the blog and the podcast, but maybe you could do some type of trigger warning if the podcasts are going to be tear jerkers? I've been a reader since Palau but just recently started listening. "Strangerville, Voicemails" just wrecked me at my desk.

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    1. You’re going to want to not listen to episode 17 at work.

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  10. I really liked listening to all of the stories from different guests, but all of the sniping about politics is really turning me off this podcast. I wish you the best, but I'm afraid I won't be listening anymore as it seems both co-hosts seem to find it impossible any reasonable person might have a different point of view and can be quite scornful.

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