massmouth story slam archived podcasts: 2011-2015
You are listening to a massmouth story slam podcast. Our stories are recorded live at venues throughout Greater Boston. There are 9 podcasts in our first series, containing stories+highlights from our first slam season where people of all ages, backgrounds and storytelling experience, came to tell, and listen. They were all eager for the 'story connection'. Our slams are great entertainment and often connect us to new or resonating experiences. Come to listen or come to tell! Join us live for season VI, 2014 -2015 at Club Passim in Harvard Square, The Trident Booksellers Cafe and Centre Street Sanctuary in JP. Podcasts from season II, III, IV and V will be uploaded soon. For details about our next LIVE show by checking massmouth at our websites: http://massmouth.org, Facebook and twitter as "massmouth,inc. or massmouth" and on youtube channel: massmouth2videos

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1.8 Outrageous StorySlamSeason I

1.8 "Outrageous" StorySlamSeason I  - recorded live at Kennedy's Midtown MA on March 15th, 2010. Features stories by Doug Lipman, Robin Maxfield, and Brian O'Donovan.

Each month people crowded into venues all over the city to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At each event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling.  It’s clear that our high-tech society is ripe for some low-tech action. And the essentially human experience of storytelling is fitting the bill.  
This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”

Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller

massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com        Phone     617-942-2553
Websites:  
http://massmouth.org/
http://massmouth.com/
http://twitter.com/massmouth

Direct download: 1.8_Outrageous_StorySlamSeason_I.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 7:49pm EST

1.7 Love & Lies StorySlamSeason I

1.7 "Love & Lies"  StorySlamSeason I. - recorded live at Kennedy's Midtown MA on February 22nd, 2010. Features stories by Joanne Piazzi, Carolyn Martino, and more.

Each month people crowded into venues all over the city to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At each event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling.  It’s clear that our high-tech society is ripe for some low-tech action. And the essentially human experience of storytelling is fitting the bill.  
This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”

Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller

massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com        Phone     617-942-2553
Websites:  
http://massmouth.org/        http://massmouth.com/    


httphttp://massmouth.com/

Direct download: 1.7_Love__Lies_StorySlamSeason_I._.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 7:47pm EST

1.6 Errors of Eros StorySlamSeason I

1.6 "Errors of Eros"  StorySlamSeason I was recorded live at Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge, MA on February 14th, 2010. Features stories by Rowan Meade, Barabara Lipke, Chris Osborne and Laura Packer.

Each month people crowded into venues all over the city to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At each event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling.  It’s clear that our high-tech society is ripe for some low-tech action. And the essentially human experience of storytelling is fitting the bill.  

This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”

Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller

massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com        Phone     617-942-2553
Websites:  http://massmouth.com and http://massmouth.org
http://massmouth.org/        http://massmouth.com/   

Direct download: 1.6_Errors_of_Eros_StorySlamSeason_I_.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 7:45pm EST

1.5 It's Relative StorySlamSeason I

1.5 "It's Relative"  StorySlamSeason I  was recorded live at the Enormous Room in Cambridge, MA on February January 31st, 2010. Features stories by Amelia Kimball, jess Sutich, Ilene FIscher and more.

Each month people crowded into venues all over the city to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At each event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling.  It’s clear that our high-tech society is ripe for some low-tech action. And the essentially human experience of storytelling is fitting the bill.  
This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”



Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller
massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com        Phone     617-942-2553
 Websites:  http://massmouth.com and http://massmouth.org

Direct download: 1.5_Its_Relative_StorySlamSeason_I.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 7:43pm EST

1.4 So Embarrasing StorySlamSeason I

1.4 So Embarrasing StorySlamSeason I was recorded live at Kennedy's Midtown BOston, MA on January 11th, 2010. Features stories by Michael Anderson, Andrea Lovett, Rona Leventhal and more. 


Each month people crowded into venues all over the city to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At each event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling.  It’s clear that our high-tech society is ripe for some low-tech action. And the essentially human experience of storytelling is fitting the bill.  
This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”



Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller
massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com        Phone     617-942-2553
Websites:  http://massmouth.com and http://massmouth.org

Direct download: 1.4_So_Embarrasing_StorySlamSeason_I.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 7:34pm EST

1.3  It's my job StorySlamSeason I

1.3  It's my job StorySlamSeason I was recorded live at Kennedy's Midtown in Boston, MA on December 12th, 2009 and features stories by Jackson Gillman, Dan Gewertz , Sue Leonard and more. 

This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”



Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller
massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com       

Phone     617-942-2553
Websites:  http://massmouth.com and http://massmouth.org

Direct download: 1.3__Its_my_job_StorySlamSeason_I.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 7:31pm EST

1.2 Dining Disasters StorySlamSeason I

1.2 "Dining Disasters" StorySlamSeason I recorded live at Kennedy's Midtown MA on November 20th, 2010. Features stories by Lani Peterson, Nicolette Heavey, Danielle Schulman and more.
Each month people crowded into venues all over the city to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At each event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling.  It’s clear that our high-tech society is ripe for some low-tech action. And the essentially human experience of storytelling is fitting the bill.  
This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”

Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller
massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com        Phone     617-942-2553 Websites:    http://massmouth.org/  http://massmouth.com/

Direct download: 1.2_Dining_Disasters_StorySlamSeason_I.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 7:30pm EST

1.9 In Like a Lion StorySlam Season I

1.9 " In Like a Lion"  StorySlam Season I - was recorded live at Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge MA on March 21st, 2010. Features stories by Kevin Brooks, Diana Weisner, Judith Black and Norah Dooley

Each month people crowded into venues all over the city to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At each event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling.  It’s clear that our high-tech society is ripe for some low-tech action. And the essentially human experience of storytelling is fitting the bill. 

This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”

Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and  issues that occurred in the taping could not be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller

massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com        Phone     617-942-2553
Websites:     http://massmouth.org/ http://massmouth.com/ http://twitter.com/massmouth
http://massmouth.blogspot.com

Direct download: 1.9_In_Like_a_Lion_StorySlam_Season_I_.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 1:00am EST

1.1 Scared to Death StorySlamSeason I

1.1 "Scared to Death" StorySlamSeason I  was recorded live at Kennedy's Midtown  in Boston, MA on October 26th, 2009. Features stories by Winner Paul Hlebowitsch, Kevin Brooks, Bruce Marcus and more.  Our very first story slam saw a filled venue and people eager to hear ten tellers, who were chosen at random tell their true 5 minute story on the night’s theme. At this event, more than half of the audience was introduced to story slams and storytelling. 

This site hosts a collection of podcasts from all manner of massmouth live events and other media offerings from 2009 to the present.  Check out iTunes and massmouth.com for more podcasts.  All works by masssmouth storytellers. Some are writers, some are storytellers, some are comics, some are improv comedians and for some this is their first literary or performing arts experience. All are real people telling their stories. Join us live: At our events pages http://massmouth.ning.com/events and on Facebook and Twitter you can find out where our next live event will be. “Because you have a life, you have a story. Bring it.”



Norah Dooley and Josh Fine transferred and converted audio files from our video collection to create these podcasts. There is some uneven quality and not all issues that occurred in the taping could be resolved in post production. Sorry.  Josh Fine and I worked as "audio engineers" supported with technical assistance from Harrison Swyter.

"storytelling: funnier than poetry, deeper than comedy" - Michael Anderson, storyteller
massmouth is a 501c3, nonprofit, promoting the timeless art of storytelling in 21st century life, through education, digital media and live performance. Connecting people to their stories to connect people through their stories.
Email     stories@massmouth.com       

Phone     617-942-2553
Websites:  http://massmouth.com and http://massmouth.org

Direct download: 1.1_Scared_to_Death_StorySlamSeason_I.mp3
Category:storytelling -- posted at: 1:56am EST