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Call for True Stories: If These Walls Could Talk: Lancaster Edition

Do you have a true story about Lancaster?
If you have visited, worked in (past/current) or lived in or near (past/current) Lancaster and have a true story to tell, why not share it May 6 at the Lancaster University Community Day special edition If These Walls Could Talk: Lancaster Open-Mic?

What kind of stories can you share?
True, well-told stories about things you have done, people you’ve met, things you’ve seen, objects (or people) you’ve left behind, things you’ve learned or forgotten. True stories about escapes, encounters, close calls and memories. Stories about loss and found love, first dates, first days of work (and last). Tales of tours, visits and explorations. You name it—you tell it.
Date: Saturday, May 6, 2017 Time: 3-4 PM Location: Lancaster University, LICA Building For more information or to schedule your 3-5 minute open mic slot, please email Yvonne at ybattlefelton@gmail.com

Call for True (or False) Stories: Stories at the Storey

Believe it or not, it's nearly time for this month's Stories at the Storey. This month's theme is true or false! Do you have a 3-5 minute true (or false) story that will make us laugh, think, remember, connect, cry or anything in between? If so, we would love to hear it. To sign up to share your true or false story, get in touch. Message, tweet, comment. We're looking forward to hearing your true story, even if it isn't true.
This month's Stories at the Storey: 
When: Thursday, April 27th  Time: 7 PM Where: The Storey
As always, entry is free and so are the refreshments.
The Macguffin will be on hand to record your story:  Are you a writer, poet or spoken word performer who wants your work to reach a wider audience? Why not try out MacGuffin, a self-publishing platform (website and app) by Comma Press, which allows you to upload text and audio of your written work. It's free to use, and all you need to record your audio is a smartphone! Plus it works as an editing …