If you’re creating content regularly, people read it.
Brian Otieno Owino found me via a creative writing facebook group. We chatted about story and non fiction writing. Brian is a writer and a voracious reader. A creative through and through he turned to teaching dance as his main outlet.
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In these ten stories you have a masterclass in the three act structure.
You are taken on ten journeys. Brought into the boxing ring, where you feel the fatigue in your arms as you get pounded again and again in the head. Taken to the kitchen counter where a mother shares a candid conversation with her young son. Later she learns the power of American Fusion Pot Pies! From there, you slink into a classroom full of sweaty children going through the nervous, fart educing, trauma-edy of active shooter drills.
Stories of Covid. Stories of family. Stories of fighting for what’s yours and realizing, “I’m in the boy’s club now.”
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Story Luck is working on a YouTube Class.
We believe you have stories to share. Those stories don’t have to be big. They don’t have to be crafted over years. But we do want you to share them. There are many ways for you to share the stories of your life.
If you don’t take our course, find an open mic. Stories on stage, there’s nothing like it.
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We will be picking ten slamming 99 second stories to compete in the final 99 second story contest. If you’d like Silvana Clark’s story to be one of them, let us know in the comments. RSVP on Facebook for the Aug 31st show. 6pm CDT. Silva’s Story Reminds You of Growing up When You Don’t …
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Johanne Pelletier is an amazing lady. Beginning something so dangerous and physical at the age of 40. Standing for such physical punishment and then going back for more with a smile on her face. I can’t even imagine the stamina that it takes. In Just 99 Seconds, Johanne tells such a physical story you feel …
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Hearing this story will remind you of every childhood crush you had growing up. The humor mixed with the pathos was particularly touching. Listening to this story, you’ll be reminded of all the times when you had so much to say but just couldn’t get the words out.
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Here at Story Luck we love this 99 second format originally championed by Steph Rogers from Story Jam. Brought to even greater heights by Sean Wellington of Grit Podcast. We want to put our mark on this by exploring and make space for more video collaboration. On Aug 23rd we will be running our first …
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Aug 23rd Cohort is full. So! Add your name to our email list here and we will put you on the wait list for the next cohort. We will be offering those signing up here a deep discount on the next six week cohort. Over the next six weeks we will be learning together. Week …
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Story Luck loves to participate in other people’s shows. Story Collider was a great experience. Timely emails and tons of check ins, helpful suggestions. Good back and forth discussions. Not a Science Story but Maybe a Collider This was the hardest story to work on. I’m proud of it, but not confident. One of the …
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On March 31st we will be sharing all of the stories people shared with us over the past two months during our 99 Second Story Contest. There you’ll be able to vote on this one!
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