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Live, Modern Spoken-Word Storytelling for Adult Audiences. A blend of new-world personal storytelling along with traditional tales of the world. Each performances is different. Each podcast episdoe is unique. Stories may contain adult language and situations. This podcast is not suitable for children. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/support
 
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Spoken-Word artist Tomas J. Stanton shares his poetic piece on "Who I Am." Powerful and honest look at his understanding of himself and others. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/supp…
 
Storyteller Sean Buvala tells an old, winter folktale that has roots in many cultures. What really fills a house? Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/support…
 
Storyteller Harriet Cole tells of a "cleansing fire" in New Mexico at Cerro Grande in the year 2000. "They had burned away, in that fire, some of the oldest, nastiest underbrush in the area." This is a strong story about relationships and cultures. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission i…
 
Short and sweet, here are four super short interviews with audience members + Sean Buvala about the first StoryRise Goodyear. The whole thing is less than four minutes. http://storyrise.com. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com. Don't foge…
 
Storyteller Kim Porter tells her personal tale of salsa and marriage. It's pretty spicy. The salsa is, at least. Recorded live. Contains mild adult language. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/s…
 
Glenda Bonin tells her folktale story of "Old Blue" in this live recording from StoryRise Goodyear on November 1, 2018. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/support…
 
Sean Buvala (seantells.com) tells his slightly-warped version of a goofy "Three Little Javelinas in Superior, Arizona." Recorded live November 1, 2018 at "StoryRise: Goodyear" sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/05/Episode-20-1kx0osc.mp3 Things got a bit out of order around here, as they are wont to do at midterms, and we had a Rapunzel Re-telling before our actual Rapunzel Archetypes episode. Here to save the day and set things right are Group 8, with their discussion of “Rapunzel.” [embeddoc url=”htt…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/05/Episode-18-27tx9gz.mp3 Anarchy Episode 6: Rapunzel Introductions: Austin, Alex, Michael Overview: Michael: Barbie animated dvd : 2002 I chose to analyze the retelling of Rapunzel called Barbie as Rapunzel because my daughters told me I had to. This is a direct to dvd computer animated fairyt…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/05/Episode-17-18thkjp.mp3 Script Introductions Overview of retellings Mackenzie: 1001 Rabbit Tales Michael: Alladin Shannon: Sinbad Julia: Aladdin and The King of Thieves Discussion of archetypes Mackenzie’s analysis Michael’s analysis Shannon’s analysis: Archetypes Mackenzie: In the story of 1…
 
In this episode, group 4 discusses “The Tale of the Fisherman” from One Thousand and One Nights. https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/05/Episode-16-1nmj70n.mp3 [embeddoc url=”https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRzybWClL0Gry1D1rmg-qJ5qJN1IGpyW27gwc_ykDAdSsLOkrTphYNzsS7oE-kgr_wAxwpL5c2kmHza/pub” download=”all” viewer=”googl…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/05/Episode-15-15yzl1t.mp3 In this archetypes episode, group 3 talks the One Thousand and One Nights frame tale. [embeddoc url=”https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRzQhmfDqbGE5yQS7eokzlndkoCsqfArqlQ65N3JIo8kuxWrzlNEFULYqb5vVg1dwsOR050MPmpB4D7/pub” download=”all” viewer=”google” ]…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/05/Episode-12-1sr1lxt.mp3 THE LITTLE MERMAID, HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (no tale type because, as we discussed in class, this isn’t technically a fairy tale) Hi, I’m Shay, I’m Maddy, and I’m Danny. This is group 10 and we are performing our Archetype episode on “The Little Mermaid” by Hans Christ…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/05/Episode-11-2984gg9.mp3 Primary Tasks: Oral and Publishing History- Spencer Green Cultural and Historical Contexts- Reid Dolyniuk Major Archetypes- Zach Schrage Introductions: Zach Schrage Reid Dolyniuk Spencer Green Story Info: Publishing and Oral History: “The Lady of Gollerus” is an Irish …
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-10-Remixing-Little-Red-Riding-Hood-tbwl7b.mp3 In this episode, Group 8 chats Little Red Riding Hood retellings in TV and film. Little Red Riding Hood Oxford Dictionary Doted A combination of… To be silly, deranged, or out of one’s wits; to act or talk foolishly or stupidly. To be wea…
 
In this episode, Group 7 talks Little Red Riding Hood retellings. https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-9-Revisiting-Little-Red-Riding-Hood-vlhaxc.mp3 Episode 1: Group 7 By: Whit, Whitney and Michael Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault and was first published in the late 17th century. Information about author: Fre…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-7-The-Golden-Bird-209xcj2.mp3 In this episode, Group 6 talks about the archetypes in “The Golden Bird.” Introduction: “Hi I’m Alex, I’m Michael, and my name is Austin and we are going to talk about the fairy tale, The Golden Bird. Episode Type: “The Golden Bird” collected by the Brot…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-8-Puss-in-Boots-1cq6upx.mp3 In this episode, group 5 discusses Charles Perrault’s take on “Puss in Boots.” History of publishing and Oral History: By Mackenzie The Master Cat, or Puss in Boots, is a fairytale by Charles Perrault and was published in 1697. Charles was a member of the …
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-6-Reimagining-Little-Brother-Little-SIster-1svj7ji.mp3 In this Anarchy episode of the podcast is a discussion of the fairy tale Brother and Sister. Several archetypes, such as the wicked stepmother, found in the original tale will be examined. Several modern retellings, the movies Pr…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-5-Retelling-Hansel-and-Gretel-23km15t.mp3 In this anarchy episode, Group 3 of English 104 discusses tale number 327 by the Grimm Brothers, Hansel and Gretel. Group 3 – Atlas, Sean, Isabel, and Joie – discuss the original archetypes found within this story and then go on to analyze va…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-4-Hansel-and-Gretel-17wrydj.mp3 In this episode, the second group of podcasters to record (The Fairytalers) talks about “Hansel and Gretel.” SHOW NOTES INTRODUCTIONS Hi I’m Tate I’m Ashley And I’m Kylie EPISODE TYPE Today, we are talking about ‘Hansel and Gretel’, a popular German fa…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Episode-3-Little-Brother-Little-Sister-1rbdduz.mp3 In this episode, the first group of English 104 students discusses “Little Brother, Little Sister.” [embeddoc url=”https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/04/Group-2-1otjvbj.pdf” download=”all” viewer=”google” ]…
 
https://blogs.uoregon.edu/archetypesanarchy/files/2018/03/Episode-1-Beginnings-1dfqe92.mp3 Shownotes: As a Literature PhD candidate, I KNOW the humanities matter. Part of what makes them matter, what makes fiction matter, is that it provides a way for us to see the patterns (or archetypes) we follow as humans and also to fight against those pattern…
 
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