Jacqueline Brogdon

Jacqueline Brogdon was born and raised in Darien, IL, where her local library became her favorite place in the world, because every shelf contained hundreds of stories waiting to be paid attention to. When she reached high school, she became interested in non-fiction stories too and went on the become the editor-in-chief of her high school news magazine. Now a student a Washington University in St. Louis, she is studying International and Area Studies, Writing, and Spanish. Her interests include fictional and non-fictional romances, travel, animals, and the color yellow. Check out her personal website, www.jacquelinebrogdon.com, which features travel blogging, creative non-fiction, book reviews, and other random thoughts.

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5 Summer Storytelling Events Worth Checking Out

Chicago isn’t just home to some of the best popular summer festivals like Taste of Chicago, Lollapalooza, Pitchfork, and Ribfest. It also features some lesser known, but equally compelling storytelling and literature events that are worth checking out this summer. Since travel can be expensive, these cheap events are a great way to explore the …

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Five Interesting Storytelling Articles this Month

StoryLuck is dedicated to storytelling in all its forms: traditional and alternative. Check out some of this week’s news on alternative storytelling through video games, social media, graphic design, and more. They’ll make you rethink your definition of a story.   1. Adobe Designs Storytelling App Adobe Voice, which debuted this month, is an iPad …

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