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September 2021

Personal Storytelling: Part One: How to Choose the Right Story to Tell by Now You’re Talking! & Mid-Continent Public Library

September 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Zoom Online Meeting

Personal storytelling empowers storytellers to embrace an “aha” moment in their lives that changes them somehow in a way that is universally felt and understood by their audience. After a short story improv, learn about the five “beats” of narrative storytelling, and the different ways to start and end a story in a satisfying way. Then, focus on the brevity of language and throwing out “performative” and literary reciting in favor of authentic reliving of the experience. Leave with some…

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Personal Storytelling: Part Two: What Makes a Story Come Alive by Now You’re Talking! & Mid-Continent Public Library

September 15 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Zoom Online Meeting

Personal storytelling empowers storytellers to embrace an “aha” moment in their lives that changes them somehow in a way that is universally felt and understood by their audience. After a short story improv, learn about the five “beats” of narrative storytelling, and the different ways to start and end a story in a satisfying way. Then, focus on the brevity of language and throwing out “performative” and literary reciting in favor of authentic reliving of the experience. Leave with some…

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Personal Storytelling: Part Three: Sharing Your Stories by Now You’re Talking! & Mid-Continent Public Library

September 22 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Zoom Online Meeting

Personal storytelling empowers storytellers to embrace an “aha” moment in their lives that changes them somehow in a way that is universally felt and understood by their audience. After a short story improv, learn about the five “beats” of narrative storytelling, and the different ways to start and end a story in a satisfying way. Then, focus on the brevity of language and throwing out “performative” and literary reciting in favor of authentic reliving of the experience. Leave with some…

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