This month saw the routine of the popular true or false night. Writers shared pieces through poetry and stories; through fiction, creative nonfiction, and blends of both.
As always, we were touched by the pieces shared and the trust placed in us. We welcomed new writers to the stage as well as a piece shared anonymously, as well as many of our regular readers. We welcome writers, readers, storytellers, friends, visitors, anyone with a story to share at any writing and/or performing level.
It was a warm environment and another great night of true and false stories. Hope to see you there next month when we return to true stories. We’ll be announcing the theme over the next few days. If you’d like to share your story, let us know. Need help developing it? Let us know that too. We are always happy to help.
Kisses, jobs, loves, speeding tickets; they say you never forget your first.This month’s Stories at The Storey theme is “firsts” (loosely interpreted). Want to share your true story loosely exploring the theme “firsts”? Email, message, tweet us to sign up for your 5-minute slot. Not sure you’re ready to read your true story? Well, they say “there’s a first time for everything”.
Get in touch, we can help you get your story ready.
When: Thursday, March 29. 7-8 PM
Where: Printroom Café & Bar, Lancaster
Want to share your 3-5 minute (2-4 pages A4) true story?
Email: email@example.com to sign up for an open-mic slot.
Sponsored by Graduate College, Stories at the Storey is a pay what you decide event. Order free tickets via Eventbrite.
In this edition we have a call for collaborators: We’re interested in hearing from creatives, organizations, institutions, companies, agencies and sites to explore ways we can work together and build communities through story.
We have also included information about upcoming events including Stories at the Storey and readings.