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By the time I was 8, I had a rudimentary understanding of sex. I had three siblings and basically understood how they'd come to be. My grandmother was a nurse, after all, and didn't tend toward sugar-coating, so my questions had been answered...

 

Six months at sea.  Live and love in the bowels of a cruise ship.

 

     Everyone in my family knows that my brother is a pathological liar, so imagine our surprise when he turned up as the star witness in a murder trial.  Every since he was a little boy he would just lie...

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

So, 11 days before I turn 30 years old,I experience a complete "Soul Shift", (I'll speak in non concluding terms) literally within a three hour time period.  It all started when I decided to figure out who I was, so I pulled up...

 

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I made my mom an unwed teen mother. Back in the '70's, teen pregnancy wasn't exactly common in her town, but it seems there also wasn't the stigma attached that may have existed just a decade before. I doubt she found many...

 

Listen now to the first sixty seconds of "The Story" . . .

 

Brand new episode dropping THIS WEEKEND, baby!

 

--Glynn

 

Dave Thomason told this story at Ten Fingers, the San Francisco storytelling even where anybody can spin a tale. He won first prize and took home $150 for his trouble. Sign up to tell YOUR story at the next Ten Fingers on Sept. 15th or...

 

A man stumbles, slightly drunk, out of the Golden Cicada and walks ahead of me down Grand Street. Across the street a cardboard tube of Pringles is dropped out of the driver’s window of a car stopped at the light. Narrowly missing...

 

Hey Snap Judgement!  Well, I figured since Halloween is just around the corner I'd send you a ghost story of my own. You ever feel like sometimes things don't add up? Enjoy!

 

An eight year-old boy confronts God, in the Brides Room of the synogogue.

 

Beautiful bride, supportive parents.  I had one of those.  Told live at Storytelling at the Perch in Brooklyn.  Enjoy, despite the quality of the audio.  

 

There she was justa walking down the street singing "do a diddy diddy dum diddy doo". On this particularly cold summers day in San Francisco,  I was on my way to reharsal for my comedy show " An Eveiniing of Sigh-Fi". I...

 

 

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The strongest, bravest man in the Hills meets a monster out of Cherokee Mythology.