THE STORY and A MESSAGE FROM JEFF WRIGHT (1:39:53) Odysseus confronts Priam, Menelaus confronts Helen, and Agamemnon confronts Fate and Deadly Destiny …. all on the night when the mighty city of Troy finally falls.
And so, with the city of Troy in flames and the Greek fleet set sail across the wine dark seas for home, history’s most awesome epic – the Trojan War Epic – comes to a close. We have travelled a long way together in twenty episodes, from Episode One: The Apple of Discord to Episode Twenty: The Sack of Troy. It has been my pleasure and privilege to be your storyteller and guide on that journey. I have enjoyed sharing every wonderful moment with you. And I have taken constant delight in (and energy from) your generous enthusiasm and support.
But now is the time to wrap up Trojan War: The Podcast. There are, of course, myriad “loose ends” to explore, and some significant sequels to share. An epic this “awesome” generates its own “what happens next?” questions and storytellers down through the ages have graced us with some pretty compelling and entertaining answers. So there is the possibility that I might return some day, with stories of Odysseus and his ill-fated homecoming.
In the meantime, let us stay in touch. Should you wish to talk with me (to share ideas; to make suggestions; to offer insights; to invite me to speak/perform in your town), then the best way to reach me is via the Contact page on this website. And should you wish to make a donation (the best way to encourage future podcasts!), then visit my Donate page. My website jeffwrightstoryteller.com provides video footage from my live shows and details of my other projects. If you take the time to write, I will do my level best to reply. And should you wish to keep posted on my plans, then you might want to follow my Facebook page: Trojan War: The Podcast. That is where I will post updates on my podcast and public performance plans going forward. And if you subscribe to my Twitter feed, @trojanwarpod, I promise to deliver some fun tweets on all things Trojan War.
So once again, thank you for listening. A great story requires a great audience, and you have been wonderful. Jeff