Confabulation is a celebration of true-life stories, shared by the people that lived them. Curated from our live shows across Canada, in Montreal, Toronto and Victoria, the podcast brings some of our favourite stories to a wider audience — as well as a larger thematic exploration of the ideas these stories bring up. It’s hard to say exactly where any one episode will take us, but each will be crafted around the story, the storyteller, and the essence of why we tell tales in the first place.

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#15 • Nisha Coleman

October 31, 2014

This week’s story is by Nisha Coleman, and was told at April 2014’s Lies My Parents Told Me. Both hilarious and deeply personal, this exploration of her relationship with her father is perhaps the most perfectly themed story ever, and a sober reflection on how our relationships transform.

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