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Practice storytelling: commit to telling at least one meaningful story in the next month

Max Schorr

The art of storytelling is not lost, but it needs ongoing love and practice. Will you commit to telling at least one story in the next month?

This link is to the newly redesigned Cowbird. It's a beautiful place for stories. I just became a Citizen there with a contribution of $5/month, which helps keep the site independent and ad free, and provides benefits like the ability to create a font out of my own handwriting.

Check it out, and keep the art of storytelling alive.

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  • Rei Wang

    I love how cowbird describes themselves --"we are building a public library of human experience, so the knowledge and wisdom we accumulate as individuals may live on as part of the commons, available for this and future generations to look to for guidance."

  • GOOD Maker

    We have an awesome challenge open around storytelling with StoryCorps celebrating this year's National Day of Listening in November. We're asking for ideas of who you would interview and why. The top two winners will get a StoryKit rental, which includes professional recording equipment, copies of your interviews, and archival at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress!

    • Max Schorr

      What a cool concept. And I love the idea of National Listening Day.