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From the Bauer of a Larch in Autumn (Mental Health) – Story #12 Stories from the Hearth

Avery is about to turn 28, which means that soon she'll have lived longer than her father, the legendary rock-star Kash Bauer, ever did. She's been dealing with that fact all year, and this morning she can't seem to escape it. By the boughs of a larch in autumn, Avery Bauer seeks the answers to her questions. Dealing with depression, mania, and suicide, this is a story about mental health, family, and the healing power of closure. This episode is dedicated to the memory of my friend, M.S.CW: mental health, suicide, reference to drug useStories from the Hearth is an immersive storytelling experience ft. truly original fiction and thoughtfully produced soundscapes. The aim of this podcast is to rekindle its listeners' love for the ancient art of storytelling (and story-listening), and to bring some small escapism to the frantic energies of the modern world. Stories from the Hearth is the brainchild of queer punk poet, environmentalist, and anarchist Cal Bannerman. Vive l'art!Stories from the Hearth is taking a short break, but will return in January 2022. Happy holidays!Support the podcast and earn exclusive perks through my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/storiesfromthehearthpodcastInstagram: @storiesfromthehearthTwitter: @Hearth_PodcastYouTube: Stories from the HearthEmail: storiesfromthehearthpodcast@gmail.comOriginal Artwork by Anna FerraraAnna's Instagram: @giallosardinaAnna's Portfolio: https://annaferrara.carbonmade.com/Thank you for listening. Please consider following, subscribing to, and sharing this episode, and please do tell your friends all about Stories from the Hearth.Some of the recorded audio in this episode is courtesy of http://www.freesound.org.少しずつの世界 / So Little Of The World and 広島 / Hiroshima by Pierce Murphy are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licenses. To read more about these licenses, click here.Exlibris by Kosta T is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. To read more about this license, click here.
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  4. The Merwife of Shetland (Bonus Minisode #7)
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Welcome to Stories from the Hearth, a short-story podcast to help you escape the chaotic energies of the everyday; a podcast in which every episode you will encounter a brand new, original story – be it romantic, historical, or science fiction, fantasy, or speculative horror; where you will encounter stories packed full of adventure, misfortune, peril and triumph, loveable villains, roguish heroes, and all those in-between.

The idea behind Stories from the Hearth is to create a communal safe-space for lovers of the art of storytelling, to provide respite in a stressful world, and to further the creative boundaries of my own writing, and the writing of others.

You can support the podcast and earn access to exclusive perks, including bonus episodes, behind-the-scenes content, shout-outs in upcoming episodes, the chance to make requests, or vote on upcoming stories, and even the ability to commission a unique short-story from me, by becoming a patron on Patreon: here.

You can learn more about the podcast by visiting its website and social medias: linktr.ee/storiesfromthehearth or by watching its MISSION STATEMENT here: Community, History, and Escapism.

Episode #3 is out Sunday 21st February 2021 (21.02.21). Episodes are released every third Sunday, with the aim of making this more regular in time, and with your support.

Much love, C xx

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