We did it! We’ve been super excited about launching a podcast. We put out a call and it was answered! In this launch episode, you’ll hear stories about love and loss, opportunities, regrets, family, and more.
We hope the stories touch you the same way they touch us.
We will put out a call for our next episode. In the meantime, if you’re in or near Lancaster, and would like to come to the live event, check out our “events” section for our next true story open mic night at the Storey.
This episode features stories by Clare, Phil, Hannah, Ignacia, Eamonn, Ann, and Yvonne.
If you like the stories, please let us know.
Stories at the Storey, building community one story at a time.
Seasons, people, minds, places, time, climate. What do
all of these things have in common? Change. Change might be good, bad,
somewhere in between or merely just change. At this month’s Stories at the
Storey, we want to hear your true stories loosely interpreting the theme “change.”
For a change to our usual one-theme format, we have
two themes for July. They say time heals all wounds. When things end, we often
find ourselves searching for reasons, waiting for apologies, unable to move on,
move past it, move. It seems we need closure to move from one phase to another.
We want to hear your true stories loosely interpreting
the theme “closure.”
true story to share? Email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
to sign up for your 3-5-minute (2-4 pages A4) open-mic slot. Remember, you don’t
have to be a writer to share your story. We are looking for anyone with a true
story to share.
you’re ready to read your true story? That’s fine too. Come by and listen. If
you would like to share a story but want us to offer some feedback, get in
touch. We can help you get your story ready.
Thursday, July 25, 7-8 PM
by Graduate College, Stories at the Storey is a pay what you decide event.
Readers are not asked to or expected to pay. Order free tickets via Eventbrite.
No matter how you live, one thing is certain: one day it will come to an end. Hope, money, destruction: What will you leave behind?
As Stories at the Storey celebrates another month of awesome stories, we are looking to the future, mainly ours, to reflect: how are we making the world a better place? When we’re gone, how will we be remembered?
For true stories of memories, regrets, bucket lists, choices and anything (and everything) in between, this month’s theme is legacy.
Do you have a 3-5 minute true story to share on the theme “legacy” (loosely interpreted)? If so, we would love to hear it. Sign up for your 3-5 minute slot for May’s Stories at the Storey: May 25, 7-8 PM at The Storey in Lancaster.
You can’t take it with you, why not talk about it now?