ODYSSEY STORYTELLING PODCAST- DNA
It’s up! The June 1 Odyssey Storytelling podcast of DNA is here! This was my first return to live on-stage storytelling since 2021.
The Topic is DNA. Thanks to Steven Braun for the great production work. Big thanks to Jan Stapleman for inviting me to “get back up there.”
Always thanks to Hank for being my cheerleader and, of course, thanks to my twin sister Eileen. What a ride it’s been!
The podcast is about 1 ½ hours.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
What’s in your DNA? Ancestral traits of heroism, artistry, and brilliance … or ancient tales of intrigue and skullduggery? What do you know about the secrets encoded in your chromosomes? On June 1, 2023, five storytellers told true tales about the embedded human software that can enhance or disrupt your sense of who you are and where you’re headed.
The storytellers include:
Dr. Rosalyn Dischiavo
Curated by Jan Stapleman
It’s quite a diverse grouping of tellers sharing their perspective about DNA- Which fulfills Odyssey Storytelling’s purpose- to bring together diverse viewpoints and experiences from our Tucson community. All true – no notes – just telling. I am the first storyteller after Roscoe Mutz, President, Story Arts Group does the Odyssey welcome, and the curator, Jan Stapleman presents.
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Ethel Lee-Miller blogs regularly about people, the power of words, and her writing life. She’s retired from professional writing gigs after 30 years of teaching, coaching, editing, and gathering writers to publicly share their work. She is the author of Thinking of Miller Place, and Seedlings, Stories of Relationships. These days, in Tucson Arizona, she writes to inspire, to connect with folks, and for the pure enjoyment of it. Ethel enjoys sharing stories at Odyssey Storytelling, Artists Standing Strong Together, and anywhere there’s a mic or a Zoom room.