A long time ago...

Carolina had a dream and she bugged everyone she knew telling them about it. Until at last, it came true: Tres Cuentos Podcast!

Hace mucho tiempo...

Carolina tuvo un sueño y cansó a más de uno contandole de qué se trataba. Hasta que un día el sueño se hizo realidad:

Tres Cuentos Podcast!

Carolina Quiroga-Stultz is a Colombian Storyteller Performer that has researched and brought to life a wide repertoire of myths and traditional tales from the length and breadth of Hispanic and Latin America. She has developed a distinctive bilingual style of telling that shines with poetic intensity.


Carolina graduated in 2013 with a Masters in Storytelling from the East Tennessee State University (ETSU). Her large repertoire of bilingual stories explores the Native and Afro-Latin American and Hispanic Myths, Legends and Mysteries ranging from El Río Bravo to La Patagonia. 


She has performed at several regional festivals and conferences in Texas, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Kansas City; and also at numerous schools, libraries, universities, and colleges to culturally and socially diverse audiences. Visit her performer's website


In early 2019, Carolina’s bilingual literary podcast “Tres Cuentos” dedicated to the traditional narratives of Latin America, was awarded two grants by the following organizations: ALTERNATE ROOTS and from NALAC (National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures). 

Don Hymel is twice retired. Now that he doesn't have a "day job" anymore, he spends his time teaching, making music, acting in voice and visual performance, and writing. He is thrilled to be perhaps the first "prooflistener" in Podcastdom. He lives in San Antonio, Texas.