The Places We Tell Our Stories - Sheri Holman

“He says to me, 'Lady, if somebody's trying to put a curse on you, why don't you go home and figure out what you did to deserve it.'”

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The Places We Tell Our Stories

In this hour, stories of protections and curses, love and war, and straying from both convention and home. Hosted by George Dawes Green, founder of The Moth. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

Edgar Oliver sets the mood in Greenwood Cemetery.

Sheri Holman is convinced a curse has latched onto her family and life.

Larry Kerr concocts a plan for love amidst the rage of war.

Anoush Froundjian parts from her reserved lifestyle to see how the other half lives.

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Stories in this Episode

14:29
Eat the Day

by Sheri Holman

Sheri Holman is convinced a curse has latched onto her family and life.

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14:35
The Magic of Maggie

by Larry Kerr

Larry Kerr concocts a plan for love amidst the rage of war.

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06:52
How The Other Half Lives

by Anoush Froundjian

Anoush Froundjian parts from her reserved lifestyle to see how the other half lives.

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Anoush Froundjian

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Anoush Froundjian​​ and her family.

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Anoush Froundjian​​ after winning the title of GrandSLAM Champion!

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