Writing true stories that reflect what you think and see and remember can be rife with personal hazards.
Exploring the healing potential of telling our own stories.
An Interview with Kelly Blevins
"Without change, there is no real progression in the arts, resulting in no real progression of the mind."
A conversation with Suzanne Roberts
Winner of Creative Nonfiction’s $1,000 “Mistakes” essay contest.
Why writers shouldn’t worry so much about building a presence on social media
These stories, personal and political, grapple with important questions that ultimately get at the heart of how to live.
Or how to play strip spin-the-bottle
"To be out of that room and away from your drunk, laughing, happy, naked friends. To leave behind what could have happened, how your life might have shifted, to have escaped unchanged."
An interview with Matthew DiClemente
“Once the numbers get large enough the data can say anything.”
Listening to the Streams of Stories
Bringing satisfaction and joy back to an ancient profession.
Graham Shelby recalls being in the spotlight at The Moth Mainstage
Storytelling may be our oldest art form, but that doesn't mean it's easy to do.