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A speaker at StorySLAM

Moth StorySLAM

Judged by people, hosted by pros

From the January, 2018 issue

Most people know the Moth through the Moth Radio Hour. National Public Radio latched onto this quirky gem--where amateurs tell stories on a given theme--in 2009, but it began a decade before it became a radio show, in the living room of poet George Dawes Greene, who wanted to revive the Southern custom of porch-sitting and tale-swapping (while moths banged at

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