Stone Mattressby Margaret Atwood
The Secret Society of Demolition Writersby Aimee Bender
The Washington Irving Libraryby Washington Irving
Tales of Horror Podcast
StoryWeb: Storytime for Grownups Podcastby Linda Tate
Morning Short: Your Daily Dose of Fiction Podcast
Literary Roadhouse: One Short Story, Once a Week Podcast
1001 Heroes, Legends, Histories & Mysteries Podcastby Jon Hagadorn
The quiet Dutch community of Sleepy Hollow lay in the Adirondack mountains on the western shore of the mighty Hudson River in America’s colonial period.
A collection of children’s stories written in 1888, dealing primarily with love and selfishness.
The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories written in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century (two of them in prose, the rest in verse).
Just So Stories are considered some of Kipling's best works. They give fantastical explanations for various phenomena.
It's story time for adults with NPR's award-winning series of short fiction read by the stars of stage and screen.
StoryWeb – a celebration of the stories all around us – is brought to you by Dr. Linda Tate, a former English professor who loves stories of all kinds.
A monthly reading and conversation.
A man encounters a mysterious green door that seems to appear at various times in his life in different places about London.
With no written language, Native Americans living in the Lake Superior region passed their cultural identity down through the generations by way of stories.
The tale that sent Bach soaring to fame tells the story of a seagull who practices for a lifetime to begin to know the meaning of kindness and love.