Episode Forty One: Lost Love in Fairytales

Simon Brooks

Simon Brooks is an award-winning British storyteller living in America – actually, New London, New Hampshire, New England, New World!  He also uses his voice to record audio books. He is also a poet, writer, photographer, and educator.

Find out more and preorder Under The Oaken Bough!



Kevin Cordi

He has told stories in over forty states,  England, Scotland, Singapore, Canada, Japan and in Qatar.  Kevin shares stories with a highly energetic, animated and interactive style and is considered by many storytelling professionals as one of the most influential and dynamic storytellers and teachers today.  His award-winning story work has been commissioned by The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, American Library Association, National Storytelling Network, Newsweek, and the Qatar Foundation International.



Music by Jon Watts – Walking in the Woods

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Episode Forty: Aesop’s Fables

Flor Bromley

Flor is a bilingual recording artist, actress, singer/songwriter, storyteller and puppeteer. She is originally from Lima, Peru where she graduated from La Escuela de Teatro de la Universidad Catolica with a degree in Acting and Theatre Education. In 2007, she moved to New York to live in her dream city. She is a Musical Theatre graduate from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA NY). She performs all around NYC with her musical/storytelling shows at acclaimed venues and events such as the NYPL, WaveHill, Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling, The NY Children’s Theatre Festival, and El Museo del Barrio.

Listen to her CD Chiqui Music Boom!


Csenge Zalka

Csenge is a professional storyteller from Hungary. She got her Master’s Degree in Storytelling from East Tennessee State University as a Fulbright scholar (possibly the first applicant ever to elicit the ‘wait whut?’ response from the committee). She also completed a Master’s Degree in Roman Archaeology at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, and is still benefiting from her training even though she has not set foot in a trench since graduation. She is currently working on the PhD in American Culture Studies, researching storytelling in all its shapes and forms.  Csenge has an interest in folktales and mythology, historical fiction, mythic fiction and mythpunk, and tabletop role-playing games. In her free time she practices archery, does historical reenactment, plays board and tabletop games, and actively wishes to have an Irish wolfhound in the near future.

Get her latest book Dancing on Blades: Rare and Exquisite Folktales from the Carpathian Mountains !

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