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I recently discovered The Moth podcast. The Moth is a New York non-profit storytelling organization that puts on storytelling performances several times a year. The podcast features one story a week told live onstage, without scripts or notes. The stories range from hilarious to heartbreaking – Deborah Scaling Kiley’s Lost at Sea has to be heard to be believed. The Moth showcases not just stories, but the art of storytelling – something we just don’t appreciate enough. Want to be a master storyteller someday? Pull up a chair and this to this.

Also ridiculously cool is Librivox, which offers free audiobooks of public domain books read and recorded by volunteers. With almost 3000 titles in their catalogue there’s something for everyone. Is Tacitus easier to listen to than read?


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