Waywords Studio

Podcasts

The studio produces several programs for fans of literature, from the Waywords Podcast to audio fiction and genre-bending works, as well as voice-overs and special projects. Many episodes have bonus content for our subscribers and members.

Irony and Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour”

An introduction or review to the concept of irony in literature, helpful to those who want to better understand the “twist” ending to the story.

Reading of Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour”

A reading of the short story in anticipation of our first full episode on the Kate Chopin short. story. “There was something coming to her and she was waiting for it, fearfully.”

Bloomsday 2022!

Happy Bloomsday 2022! Celebrate by sampling Waywords sounds: a bit of Joyce’s ‘Finnegans Wake’ produced for the Waywords and Meansigns project.

Pearson’s Archetypes

Carol Pearson’s work following Carl Jung offers us a way to transform our understanding of our own lives, and also how we read the narratives we have so long been taught. I review her strategies for using the archetypes and review her online assessment tool, the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator.

Legacy – Post-Season 1 Announcement

A quick post-season announcement about what is to come.

Legacy – Episode 14

I find my way; A sovereign song. (End of Season 1.)

Waypoint: Theophile Gautier’s “Clarimonde”

A reading of “Clarimonde,” an appropriately creepy story befitting the tradition of Winter Solstice ghost stories. This story in French is titled “La Morte Amoureuse.”

Legacy – Episode 13

Jen waits; things which comfort.

Legacy – Episode 12

January 2020; A story is tested.

Legacy – Episode 11

. . . . ; “The Yellow Spots”

Literary Criticism

The Waywords Podcast

Wanderings on Literature and Language

Audio Fiction

Legacy

A Memoir of Sorts

Audio Micro-Fiction

Scenes and Moments

(forthcoming March 2022)

Literature Performance

Finnegan’s Wake

Excerpts from Joyce with original musical compositions from Randon Myles.

Let Me Know What You Think

Want to offer a comment, review, or question about our podcasts? Drop us a note!

steve@waywordsstudio.com

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