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Shawn Ennis, Short Story Maven
Ink and Ash
A Short Story Podcast
Stories of Yore and Yours is a weekly short story podcast. Host Shawn Ennis narrates classic short stories, using sound effects and music to bring them new life. The show also asks for listener submissions. Whether you’re an aspiring author or just write as a hobby, you can be a part of the show! Send your short story to for consideration, and in the meantime, thanks for listening!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 92 ratings
Enjoyable delivery of classic and lesser known works. Sometimes the intro runs a bit long, but they include interesting bits about the authors. Looking forward to season 4.
Jenn0458 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/24/21
I discovered this cast, by chance about a year ago, and it has become my all time favorite story based podcast! Not only does Ennis cover a wide array of genre and author but he did what i did not think possible... he read several short stories that were buried in the deapest resesses of my...Read full review »
ditch351 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/13/20
A voice for chilling dreams
His voice launches the tales from the page into my dreams every night. I give more outstanding praise for the way her brings stories to life. Most definitely my favorite podcast discovery of 2020.
Matthew Sensei via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/18/20
Recent Episodes
This week on the season e finale of Stories of Yore and Yours, hear two fantastical tales – “The Corpse Nephew,” by listener Taft McConkie, and “The Man in the Moon,” by L. Frank Baum. The next episode you see on the main feed here will be under the new title of Ink and Ash – stay tuned!
Published 02/03/21
An unknown man hangs in the middle of the town square, but the town barely notices. What does it mean? Why is he there? And what's that sound? Find out in Phillip K. Dick's "The Hanging Stranger!"
Published 01/20/21
This week, enjoy some fairy tales based around the Christmas holiday – they may not be traditionally Christmassy as we think of it today, but they both have a central theme that brings home the reason we celebrate. That’s not even to mention lots of updates and a visit with the Searchlight Recipe...
Published 12/24/20
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