Become a storyteller forThere's More or partner with us to showcase your campus organization. Dr. Diane Keeling, our faculty producer, will provide support throughout the storytelling process. This includes brainstorming, learning rhetorical skills, workshopping drafts, and practicing delivery. Reach out to us at email@example.com
Craft your story. Storytellers can speak either conversationally or from a manuscript. Poetry and spoken word styles are welcome.
Practice by delivering your story how you would in front of a live audience: outloud and with your body in the position it will be in front of the audience
It can be surprisingly difficult to tell a meaningful story within a time limit. In order to respect the audience’s time, storytellers should practice their story three times through, from start to finish, without stopping. This allows you to time yourself and practice how it will feel to perform live.
With permission from storytellers, There’s More records live stories for our podcast. Storytellers get the final say about whether it can be published online.
Positions at the time the story was told. Storytellers with a ★ have spoken multiple times. Listeners can click on the ★ to hear the latest stories from that speaker.
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