Ten stories. Three teams of judges. One winner. The outrageously popular series—and podcast—pits local yarn spinners against one another, challenging them to deliver a tale based on a specific theme.
Blaise Allysen Kearsley stuffs this hip, energetic evening of readings with writers, comics and bloggers, each of whom recounts a story tied to a specific lesson, like "How I learned it's not me, it's you (or maybe it's me)."
Kevin Allison (formerly of the State) invites noteworthy New Yorkers to share stories that are daring in either content or the way they're told. Upcoming themes include "how bizarre" and "butts."
In this theatrical performance, four storytellers detail events from their lives, ranging from the merely interesting to the revelatory. The catch: One of the four is fabricating everything.
Erin Barker (a writer, copy editor and Moth GrandSLAM winner) and Ben Lillie (a TED contributing editor and physicist) curate this monthly roundup of science-themed stories.