After a break from Stereo Stories in 2017, to pursue her studies, Zoe Krupka returns to the stage for our Williamstown Literary Festival show on Saturday 16 June, followed by the Glen Eira Story Telling Festival on Friday 29 June.
Rijn Collins has been part of our concerts since we started in 2014, and will be at our Williamstown Literary Festival show on Saturday 16 June, followed by the Glen Eira Story Telling Festival on Friday 29 June.
The Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia on 7 February 2009 killed 174 people. Here are four stories stemming from that day.
Australian summers can get pretty hot, especially in January. Imagine, then, landing in this strange land from the winter of the northern hemisphere. Zoe Krupka was only 15 years old and trying to make sense of a new life.
In this piece first published two summers ago, Sam Lawry wonders why her jogging app keeps choosing love songs, especially about new love.
Holidays. Family drives. Family songs. Even singalongs. For Darren 'Smokie' Dawson and family one Paul Kelly song rises above them all.
What does the Paul Kelly song How To Make Gravy mean to you? Cassandra Atkinson thought she knew its meaning, until her parents split up. That's when she saw the song in a different light.
Head to the Flem-Ken Bowls Club this Thursday night for an evening of Midnight Oil memories.
Here at Stereo Stories we celebrate Fathers' Day not with gifts of angle grinders and barbecues and golf balls but with stories, a dozen in all.
Alice Bishop ponders the crossroads of love and marriage, of blues and women, of cotton fields and the Mississippi.