In this episode Brendon tells a story about the impact his father's death had on him as a teenager and what he hoped to teach his young son about death. In our interview we explored how one story can change over time as the storyteller's perspective changes.
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In this episode we listen to a story Esteban Touma told about the road trip he and his girlfriend took to Las Vegas and their reluctant decision to get married. We had a great conversation about using comedy in storytelling. (Told at the Moth in Madison StorySlam in 2016. The theme of the night was Love Hurts.)
We explore Madison one story at a time. In each episode, Takeyla Benton and Jen Rubin feature a story told live in Madison, interview the storyteller to dig deeper into the story and discuss the mechanics of how they crafted the story.
May 13: The Moth StorySlam
May 14: Cafe Coda series
May 17: Upstage Stigma
May 18: Madison StorySlam
May 22: Story Jam 2