Local Stories is taking submissions…

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The holidays are fast approaching and we want your stories!  Local Stories is taking submissions for our November and December shows, so send us your stories and pitches!

The theme for the November show on Monday, November 26 is THANKS A LOT, stories of gratitude and regret.  Remember that time your uncle taught you how to box, only for you to end up getting pummeled by bullies?  You get the idea.

And if you’d rather save your amazing stories for our December show on Monday, December 19, the theme for that evening will be HOLIDAYS, stories of vacation and travel.  Asthma attack in the mountains of Jordan?  Robbed at gunpoint in the slums of Mumbai?  We want to hear your stories!

Send your stories and pitches to bklocalstories@gmail.com and put the show you’d like to submit for (November or December) in the subject line. 

Local Stories is taking submissions…

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We’re looking for submissions for stories for our November and December shows!   Do you have an awesome story about whiling your life away as a janitor at Harvard while secretly working through complex mathematical problems at night?  Does your dark past keep you up at night?  Is Mimi Driver’s innocently cute smile the only solution to your woes?  We want to hear from you!

The theme for the November show on Monday, November 26 is THANKS A LOT, stories of gratitude and regret.  Maybe you followed your uncle’s advice never to back down from a fight, only to get pummeled by bullies.  Or maybe your best friend gave you an Etch-a-Sketch for your birthday and it inspired you to become an artist.  You get the idea.

If you’d prefer to wait until it’s cold out to tell a story, the theme for our December show on Monday, December 17 will be HOLIDAYS, stories of vacations and trips.  Robbed at gunpoint in Mumbai?  Car broke down in Kinshasa?  Send us your stories!

Please send submissions and story ideas to bklocalstories@gmail.com and specify which show you’re interested in doing. And if you really worked as a janitor at Harvard, we should definitely talk.