For the past few years, I’ve been toying with the idea of creating a podcast about history, particularly, the history of western Nebraska. The biggest factor holding me back was whether I should do it alone and whether my mental health issues would allow for such a committment. From 2020 to 2021, I really wasn’t in a place where I could do much of anything. I was functioning on the most basic of levels and could barely do anything except go to work and sleep.

Throughout the course of 2022, this all changed. I haven’t spoken much about what I did in 2022 for my mental health and how I worked on my PTSD, but I made significant changes and progress in that area, which I will, eventually, write about.

Today, however, I am pleased to announce the launch of a new podcast, Storytelling on the Plains. My friend, Conner, and I have been working for several months on our plan, creating a story list, researching, writing, and recording. Our first podcast went live yesterday.

We have had a blast so far and plan to keep it informative, fun, and inject our personalities as we go along.

Although this is a fun hobby for us, we would love to have your support as well. This can be monetarily or by spreading the word.

You should be able to find the podcast in most podcast locations, but we are still awaiting verification at the big name places, like Apple. In the meantime, here are some other ways to listen now.

You can visit the website, Storytelling on the Plains.

You can become a patron at Patreon and support our work.

You can find it on Audible.

You can visit our Libysn page, the company which hosts our files.

You can set up an RSS feed.

I’ll be editing this post in the future as we become approved at more locations, until everything is set. Then, I’ll leave this post for reference for visitors to come back to. I hope you enjoy what we’re doing.