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Hello, readers.



Thank you for visiting. It means a lot to us that you're here.

The stories that we tell about ourselves matter. So do the stories we tell about stories. Every part of make believe matters. Making believe is the only way we ever give shape to anything of the everything that is or was or might still be.

Here is a little bit of the Storyological story.

E.G. Cosh and Chris Kammerud met in 2012 at the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Workshop in San Diego. It was a magical six weeks in which we lived and breathed stories and got lost once on our way to see some fireworks.

After Clarion, we wanted a way to keep that breath of narrative alive in us, so we created this one podcast we call, Storyological.

Storyological is a podcast about stories. In particular, short stories. In particular, any sort of short story that amazes us. Sometimes we talk about stories in Clarkesworld. Sometimes in Granta. Sometimes we talk about comics. Very occasionally we talk about films.

Every episode, we discuss how stories work and why they matter and what it is about these particular stories that we love more than anything.

One reviewer described our episodes as a "winning mix of sharp analysis and disarming silliness."

Another described our discussions as "a great combo of intellectually nourishing and unpretentious."

In our second year, we started doing interviews with short story writers, and we've been lucky to have an amazing group of people stop by for a chat. People like Sam J. Miller, Amal El-Mohtar, and Carmen Maria Machado, to name a few. 

We call these Pocket Interviews. We call them that because pockets are cool and so are interviews.

If you value what we do. If you have ever gotten anything out of Storyological, if it has made you laugh or smile or given you hope. If it has provided you with a deeper, or at the very least, a different way of looking at stories, or the world, then please consider supporting our labor of love. It'll give you access to our Patreon-feed in which we'll keep you up-to-date with what we're reading and doing and we'll share some personalized recommended reading if you are so inclined as to ask. Also. You can feel free to comment as to whether or not labor should be spelled with, or without, the letter 'u'.

Thank you, readers.

And happy reading.

Tiers
Reading short stories will probably save the world.
$1 or more per month
Thank you for your support, dear reader. You are made of awesome.
Reading short stories will definitely save the world.
$2 or more per month
Double thank you for your support, dear reader! You are made of something even more awesome than awesome. You are the thing whence awesome arrives into our universe. 
CHRIS REVIEWS EVERYTHING
$3 or more per month
At this level, you will receive, EACH MONTH, a newsletter from Chris in which he reviews everything he has seen, heard, or read in the past month. This includes television, movies, books, short stories, music, youtube videos, and, who knows, maybe commercials and their jingles. If you want to reply to these newsletters and receive a personal response from Chris about life and stories and everything you are welcome to do that. 
Hello, readers.



Thank you for visiting. It means a lot to us that you're here.

The stories that we tell about ourselves matter. So do the stories we tell about stories. Every part of make believe matters. Making believe is the only way we ever give shape to anything of the everything that is or was or might still be.

Here is a little bit of the Storyological story.

E.G. Cosh and Chris Kammerud met in 2012 at the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Workshop in San Diego. It was a magical six weeks in which we lived and breathed stories and got lost once on our way to see some fireworks.

After Clarion, we wanted a way to keep that breath of narrative alive in us, so we created this one podcast we call, Storyological.

Storyological is a podcast about stories. In particular, short stories. In particular, any sort of short story that amazes us. Sometimes we talk about stories in Clarkesworld. Sometimes in Granta. Sometimes we talk about comics. Very occasionally we talk about films.

Every episode, we discuss how stories work and why they matter and what it is about these particular stories that we love more than anything.

One reviewer described our episodes as a "winning mix of sharp analysis and disarming silliness."

Another described our discussions as "a great combo of intellectually nourishing and unpretentious."

In our second year, we started doing interviews with short story writers, and we've been lucky to have an amazing group of people stop by for a chat. People like Sam J. Miller, Amal El-Mohtar, and Carmen Maria Machado, to name a few. 

We call these Pocket Interviews. We call them that because pockets are cool and so are interviews.

If you value what we do. If you have ever gotten anything out of Storyological, if it has made you laugh or smile or given you hope. If it has provided you with a deeper, or at the very least, a different way of looking at stories, or the world, then please consider supporting our labor of love. It'll give you access to our Patreon-feed in which we'll keep you up-to-date with what we're reading and doing and we'll share some personalized recommended reading if you are so inclined as to ask. Also. You can feel free to comment as to whether or not labor should be spelled with, or without, the letter 'u'.

Thank you, readers.

And happy reading.

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Tiers
Reading short stories will probably save the world.
$1 or more per month
Thank you for your support, dear reader. You are made of awesome.
Reading short stories will definitely save the world.
$2 or more per month
Double thank you for your support, dear reader! You are made of something even more awesome than awesome. You are the thing whence awesome arrives into our universe. 
CHRIS REVIEWS EVERYTHING
$3 or more per month
At this level, you will receive, EACH MONTH, a newsletter from Chris in which he reviews everything he has seen, heard, or read in the past month. This includes television, movies, books, short stories, music, youtube videos, and, who knows, maybe commercials and their jingles. If you want to reply to these newsletters and receive a personal response from Chris about life and stories and everything you are welcome to do that.