THE STORY COLLIDER
I have told for The Story Collider several times, too. I shared my story of diving (and peeing) in Alvin (2014), and then that time my heart started acting like the hummingbird of doom (2016). My husband and I told a story together; it was featured in the episode, “Chemistry” (2017).
Most recently, I performed in the DC show, “Bonds,” in October 2018. My story appeared in the Limelight: Stories about being the Voice of Science episode on April 12, 2019.
In 2017, I was a board member for the Maine-based storytelling group, Sound Bites. In November 2018, I told for the show, “Turning Point.” Season 3 (2018) of Sound Bites is now a new podcast for MPBN.
You can listen to my story here on MPBN or watch below.
In 2019, I told for the show “Green-Eyed Monster,” and you can see the video below.
I suspect it will be out in the MPBN Sunday evening series in March or April of 2020.
October of 2017, I told at The Moth in Burlington, VT. The theme was “Creepy.”
In 2018 I performed at the Moth StorySLAMS “Instincts” and “Disguises.” Below is the video for the “Disguises” show.
Story District is DC’s renowned storytelling group that puts on monthly shows. I told for the January 8, 2019 show, “Start Up: Stories about Big Ideas and taking Risks.”
(featured image from Story District)
Perfect Liar’s Club: DC
Perfect Liar’s Club is a unique show where the audience interrogates the tellers to find out which stories are true and which is a lie! I was in the January 9, 2019 show in DC. It was phenomenal! I’m not sure when exactly the podcast series is coming out, but I highly recommend checking out the show. It was so much fun.
WGBH – Stories from the Stage
While being filmed, I told a story for Stories from the Stage on June 2019. We will see if it is picked up for their next season (2019-2020)! Stay tuned for updates in the future.
Michael Sargent invited me as one of four guests for a discussion about storytelling on his podcast Tatter. The episode is called, Where True Stories Lie.