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Welcome to Folkloristic! This is a podcast meant to inform, entertain and increase wonder, as we listen to the stories and the hear from the people who connect with the myth, legend and folklore of North America. From informative interview with writers and scholars to in depth expose' on the creatures lurking in our forests (like wendingos and pukwudgies). Folkloristic should be a fun and informative listen making every week just a bit more magical.
 
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Subscribe to Folkloristic on iTunes Campfire Stories Website Follow Dave and Ilyssa on Twitter Or Instagram Or Facebook Terry Tempest Williams Amazon Author Page The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America's National Parks Wiley Oakley on Amazon Folkloristic Patreon “Finding beauty in a broken world is creating beauty in the world we find.” …
 
Folkloristic Episode 6 Show Notes: Be sure to subscribe to the Folkloristic Newsletter, soon to be released. When you subscribe, you will receive a free copy of the Folkloristic Troll Report. It's exactly what it sounds like. An amazing short document about the status of trolls in the North American context. Sign up today! Subscribe on iTunes Josep…
 
My apologies again about the sound quality - I'm still trying to figure out sound. I think the content is good ... I'm still a little frustrated with the sound quality. Leave your local winter weather lore in the comments below! Subscribe on iTunes and never miss an episode. Be sure to rate and review, as well. Some more links from this show. Rober…
 
Here's the first Creature Feature - featuring a monster from Algonquin myth called "The Wendigo" You can read more about this at the blog. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes. Would love it if you'd consider supporting us on Patreon. Less than a cup of coffee a month, and you will get an extra one of these creature feature podcasts!…
 
“Fairy tales say that apples were golden only to refresh the forgotten moment when we found that they were green. They make rivers run with wine only to make us remember, for one wild moment, that they run with water.” — G.K. Chesterton Would you consider supporting the Folkloristic Patreon? For less than a cup of coffee every month you will get an…
 
Become a Patron! For any amount, you will get extra Creature Feature episodes! Subscribe on iTunes! DKM - The man. With the hat. This is the first of two episodes, in which Doug and I talk about early influences, why the Hardy Boys and Scooby Doo is little bit lame, how a story passes a child's "smell test", and true wonder. I'm still early on in f…
 
Become a Patron of this podcast and get a bonus Creature Feature every month for Patrons ONLY Subscribe in iTunes Here are some of the resources mentioned in this episode! A Monster Calls - Buy the Book! Patrick Ness' Author Page on Amazon.com Makah creation legend - how the yew tree came into being Yew Tree's in British Mythology Jim Kay - Illustr…
 
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