Laps, Monsters, and Skunks, Oh My!
The Apple Seed - Radio Archive, Episode 456
- Jul 7, 2016 6:00 pm
- 57:09 mins
A hodge-podge of some of our favorite stories we've been listening to lately including fond family memories, spooky nighttime tales, and an hilarious run-in with some smelly mammals. The Lap Known for the sweet and spirited tone of her narratives that builds bridges between memories of the past and emotions of the present, Kim is masterful performer who guides her audiences through stories with great aplomb. A beloved story within Kim's repertoire, this thoughtful performance is an ode to that first throne of kings and rulers throughout history: a loving matriach's lap. To learn more about Kim Weitkamp visit www.kimweitkamp.com Eya the Camp Swallower Thomason’s journey as a storyteller and artist began with the childhood influence of her Kiowa Apache grandmother Dovie, whose name Thomason proudly carries. With a tremendous background in the arts, Native Studies, and the oral traditions of the First Nations across North America, Thomason has utilized her talent and graces to share invaluable lessons about human nature and indigenous worldviews. This story, shared before a lived audience, is about that time of day when the sun is fading and our bones are ready to be chilled... To learn more about Dovie Thomason visit doviethomason.com Skunks Want to know a recipe for a good story? Start with the great outdoors, mix in a little mischief, and throw in a strange and smelly creature or two. Just ask Bil Lepp. To learn more about Bil Lepp visit www.leppstorytelling.com