Podcast Review: Storytelling with Seth

Review by Tony Farina

Hello, dear reader. Welcome back to my weekly review series, where I treat your eyes to news your ears will love. This week, I'm going to tell you about a Fantastic show called Storytelling with Seth, which features a man whose voice is so good, that you will be jealous forever. Mr. Seth Singleton.

What makes Storytelling with Seth such a treasure, you ask? Well, let's begin with the premise. Seth is a guy who is in love with stories; he wants to bring you stories from all over the world, he wants to talk about them and, more importantly, he wants you to spend all day thinking about them after he's done.

I can't tell you how many hours I've spent just looking out my window, chewing on a nugget of goodness that Seth dropped on me.
Sometimes, Seth flies solo and does a deep dive into a story from a small town paper, in a town you've never heard about. (Totally true. One time, he picked up on a story from a town where my wife used to be the librarian. How cool is that?)

Other times, he brings on a guest, and they chat about how that person tells their stories. Those conversations swerve and dance in the most delightful of ways.

Most of the time, Seth is joined by a beloved pooch, who occasionally shares the spotlight.

Conclusion

What makes Seth's show so damn good is his earnestness. As far as I can tell, Seth does not have a cynical bone in his body. Even when he's disagreeing with an article, or making a controversial point, he does so with care and thoughtfulness.

The world is full of bad stories, you don't even have to try hard to find that trash. So, here's what you need to do. It's simple and, once you do it, you won't have to put in any more effort. Subscribe to Storytelling with Seth. Set it and forget it. You'll be transported all around the world, without leaving your headphones.
Images Courtesy Of The Podcast Creator

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