Confabulation

Confabulation: The Podcast is a project from the producers of Montreal’s most popular monthly all-true storytelling series. The podcast will take favourite stories from the live show, and expand them with interviews and other material, exploring the tales, the tellers, and the reason why we share these stories.

Confabulation is a unique storytelling event in Montreal where all the stories are true. They are honest accounts, told without notes, props, or gimmicks. The show is inspired by The Moth, and millennia of oral tradition history, and hopes to encourage the practice and art of storytelling in this contemporary world.

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Latest Episode

#31 • Michele Luchs (Season 1)

June 5, 2015

For Confabulation’s 5th Anniversary on May 2nd, 2015, we had a night filled with Montreal Stories — stories that could only happen there, that remind us why we love that city, or that just feel like that place. An homage to the city where Confabulation dug it’s roots.

This week we bring you a story from Michele Luchs, who shared a rather unique experience exploring Montreal, with one goal in mind.

#30 • Cassandra Togneri (Season 1)

May 23, 2015

For Confabulation’s 5th Anniversary on May 2nd, 2015, we had a night filled with Montreal Stories — stories that could only happen here, that remind us why we love this city, or that just feel like this place. An homage to the city where Confabulation dug it’s roots.

This week on the show we bring one of those stories, shared by Cassandra Togneri.

#29 • Raeven Geist-Deschamps (Season 1)

May 8, 2015

This week we bring you a story and interview from Confabulation co-producer Raeven Geist-Deschamps. This story is from August 2014’s Down to the Wire, where Raeven shares her experience with hunting, and possums.

Also in this podcast, Raeven shares her experiences working on Confabulation, and what it means to tell a story.

#28 • Lexi Moscovitch (Season 1)

May 1, 2015

This week on the podcast we bring you a story from Lexi Moscovitch, about her, and her mother’s bizarre experience with a silver snake ring, and the person who claimed it was her own.

This week’s story is from April 2015’s April Fish – Stories of tricks, traps, and getting hooked.