Monday, 23 April 2012

Iron and Wood

Dear Listener,

This week, we have a woodcutter, a mysterious old woman, a sailor, a lace maker and some magic ... sounds like the makings of a fairytale! I hope you enjoy it. Here's a direct link to the MP3.

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This week's soundtrack comes from the brooding ambient cello of Jami Sieber's "Unspoken" with a dose of pianistic wonderment from Giorgio Costantini's "Atmosphere".

Sweet dreams!



  1. I recently found your podcast while on stumble upon. I thoroughly enjoy your stories and hope to hear more from you.

    (A fan from New Zealand)

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  3. Hi Seymour,

    I wanted to tell you how wonderful I think your stories are. This is one of my very favourites, along with Tree and Stream, The Wisdom of Things Lost, Beth and the Emerantil...well I really love all of them, but especially the ones with strong nature themes. It's clear in your writing the deep love you have for your wild places. I often find myself with goosebumps or getting a little choked up because they stories are just so beautiful and wise. I'm a college student and listening to them really helps me relieve stress, and it kind of puts things into perspective. Sometimes they help me fall asleep. The narration and music choices are always excellent, also. You've even helped inspire some of my own stories as well. Thank you so much for this wonderful podcast. Here's to many more journeys to the border of sleep!

    Wishing you well,

    Sarah in Montana

    1. Sarah/Sparrowhawk

      Thank you so much for leaving a comment and thank you for listening to the stories. It is so encouraging to hear from people in faraway places who are enjoying the stories - it keeps me going, too.

      Blessings on your waking and your sleeping :-)