Wednesday, 10 October 2007

Tuglik and her Granddaughter

Read By: Eryl Shields
Written By: An old Inuit tale
Length: 1m 46s
Introduction: I found this story in Angela Carter's Book of Fairy Tales which is bursting with the fabulous. This one is from the icy depths of Innuit culture and I love it for it raises so many questions whilst at the same time being a rollicking good yarn.

3 comments:

kanani said...

Ok. I learned how to use skype, I figure I can learn how to do this TOO!

Hey, I liked this...
You might also ask Julie Carter, who writes about the American West.
http://julie-carter.com

Kim Ayres said...

I'm afraid I don't know Julie, but if you do, or there are people you'd like to invite to join us, then feel free :)

Jane Dearie said...

An intriguing story. Thanks for recording and sharing it Eryl. Shapeshifting brings in so many questions and loads more possibilities.
Look forward to the narrative poem on this! Jane x