Whether you make people roll on the floor at every cocktail party, or have a trove of untold tales bubbling up inside your shy little throat, now's your chance to make your best story heard in a very public forum.
Lip Service: True Stories Out Loud is a quarterly reading founded by Esther Martinez and Andrea Askowitz, which proves that our party city has a literary soul. Read our review of the last one here. Basically, selected storytellers stand in front of a typically sold-out audience at Miracle Theater to share their tales of wit, woe, wonder, and even things that don't start with the letter "w."
Now gearing up for its 22nd run, Lip Service is accepting submissions for their next reading event. Read on for details.
If you've got a personal story (not your mom's
story or your buddy's story, but your story) that involves cultural collisions of any kind, write it down in 1,200 words or less and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org before the January 9 deadline.
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