Big news! I’m proud to announce that I’ve been working hard on publishing a No, YOU Tell It! ten-year anthology collection with Palm Circle Press. In this anthology, you’ll find several stories from the past decade along with behind-the-scenes insights from storytellers and the NYTI creative team.
Coming in September! Stay tuned for more information!
Excited to once again be part of The Center for Fiction‘s stellar lineup of summer writing workshops. Online! Open to young writers (13-18) anywhere looking to write personal essays for their college applications and beyond.
What does your tax-deductible donation support? So happy you asked!
$25 helps provide literary prizes for story trivia at the live shows in support of local authors and independent bookstores.
$50 goes toward administrative fees, such as our Field membership and hosting costs for our website and podcast.
$100 supports the storytellers who commit hours of their time to two story development meetings and a theatrical rehearsal prior to the live show.
$300 secures experienced story coaches and directors who support our storytellers from page to stage.
$500 enables us to provide a professional live stream of the event to broadcast this unique event to an even larger audience. See what this looks like in the video below!
What separates our series is the collaborative time put into each show. This extensive workshop process is a blessing, but the time commitment can also be a challenge for participants and the creative team.
Therefore, as we strive toward a new decade of No, YOU Tell It!, we are dedicated to compensating all of the artists involved. Any size donation is greatly appreciated and goes to the artists.
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Thank you to all who have been a part of a wonderful 10 years!
As part of The Center for Fiction’s NEA Big Read programming for Toni Morrison’s Beloved, I’m honored to lead this free close reading and personal narrative writing workshop for students in grades 11 and 12.
Held on Saturdays from April 30th through May 21st, students will examine the various ways memory takes shape in the novel and then mine their memories to create personal narratives. Students should apply by April 13th here.