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No, YOU Tell It! & The Literary Review Show Podcast Now Available

No, YOU Tell It! & The Literary Review Show Podcast Now Available

Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Events

Episode 2 of  No, YOU Tell It!’s new weekly podcast features the opening half of the team-up with TLR show. Listen to switched-up stories inspired by the theme ‘3 Strikes’ from The Literary Review‘s Kahle Alford and Tim WaldronListen at No, YOU Tell It!

The second half of the ‘3 Strikes’ show will be available soon. Don’t miss a dynamic flip of true-life tales from Jenn Wehrung and Daniel Mahler about facing the ghosts of ourselves – SUBSCRIBE today!

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Kelly Jean Fitzsimmons received her MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Fairleigh Dickinson University and combined her love for theater and writing to create No, YOU Tell It! – a series that supports storytellers as they strengthen their true-life tale on the page and experience someone else’s story on stage. No, YOU Tell It! is a reading series that “switches-up” the storytelling. Each performer flips scripts with a partner to present the other’s story.

Kahle Alford has an MFA in Creative Writing from Fairleigh Dickinson. She studied at Tisch’s Experimental Theatre Wing while earning her BFA in Acting from NYU. Favorite things include: working with TLR, playing Sarah Connor in Terminator the Second, and being married to David. She can be found writing poetry somewhere between Brooklyn and Nashville with her basset hound writing partner.

Tim Waldron is the author of the short-story collection WORLD TAKES published by Word Riot Press. He is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s MFA program and is the Online Fiction Editor of The Literary Review.

 

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