Sinopsis

San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers.

Episodios

  • TalkStory - Jamie Brickhouse - Let Me Let You Go

    TalkStory - Jamie Brickhouse - Let Me Let You Go

    21/01/2018 Duración: 08min

    This month’s story, "Let Me Let You Go," was performed by Jamie Brickhouse at the 2017 San Miguel Writers' Conference. Jamie Brickhouse is the author of the critically acclaimed Dangerous When Wet: A Memoir of Booze Sex and My Mother (St. Martin’s Press), named by Amazon as a “Best Book of May 2015,” and“Required Reading” in Mary Karr’s The Art of Memoir. He has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, International Herald Tribune, Daily Beast, Salon, Out, Huffington Post, POZ, Amtrak’s Arrive, among others. Jamie is a three-time StorySLAM champion of The Moth, Literary Death Match champion, and performs an award-winning solo show based on his memoir. More info at http://www.jamiebrickhouse.com/ Music: bensound The Lounge http://www.bensound.com San Miguel Literary Sala: https://sanmiguelliterarysala.org San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers.

  • Winona Linn - Homeward Bound

    Winona Linn - Homeward Bound

    23/12/2017 Duración: 03min

    Winona Linn performing “Homeward Bound” in the main ballroom at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Winona Linn is a poet, visual artist, performer, teacher and spoken word artist. Originally from Kingston, Ontario, Linn made a name for herself in the thriving poetry community of Halifax, Nova Scotia while attending the University of King’s College. Currently, Linn lives in Paris, France. She is a regular writer and feature performer in the Paris literary and spoken word scenes, is the director of Paris Lit Up Slam Series, and is in the process of publishing her fourth book, a graphic novel. This performance was recorded on February 18, 2017 at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference: http://sanmiguelwritersconference.org/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com

  • Winona Linn - Marie Angèlique Et Moi

    Winona Linn - Marie Angèlique Et Moi

    23/12/2017 Duración: 04min

    Winona Linn performing “ Marie Angèlique et moi” in the main ballroom at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Winona Linn is a poet, visual artist, performer, teacher and spoken word artist. Originally from Kingston, Ontario, Linn made a name for herself in the thriving poetry community of Halifax, Nova Scotia while attending the University of King’s College. Currently, Linn lives in Paris, France. She is a regular writer and feature performer in the Paris literary and spoken word scenes, is the director of Paris Lit Up Slam Series, and is in the process of publishing her fourth book, a graphic novel. This performance was recorded on February 18, 2017 at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference: http://sanmiguelwritersconference.org/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Category

  • Winona Linn - Dreams

    Winona Linn - Dreams

    20/12/2017 Duración: 06min

    Winona Linn performing “Dreams” in the main ballroom at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Winona Linn is a poet, visual artist, performer, teacher and spoken word artist. Originally from Kingston, Ontario, Linn made a name for herself in the thriving poetry community of Halifax, Nova Scotia while attending the University of King’s College. Currently, Linn lives in Paris, France. She is a regular writer and feature performer in the Paris literary and spoken word scenes, is the director of Paris Lit Up Slam Series, and is in the process of publishing her fourth book, a graphic novel. This performance was recorded on February 18, 2017 at the San Miguel Writers’ Conference: http://sanmiguelwritersconference.org/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com

  • TalkStory Jessica Morell

    TalkStory Jessica Morell

    04/12/2017 Duración: 07min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story was performed by Jessica Morell at the 2017 San Miguel Writers' Conference. Jessica Morell is a mother, teacher, storyteller and encaustic artist. In 2016 she participated in the San Miguel Storytelling Festival and to her great surprise came in first place. She is forever grateful to the San Miguel Writer's Conference for encouraging her in her storytelling. Music: bensound The Lounge http://www.bensound.com San Miguel Literary Sala: https://sanmiguelliterarysala.org

  • TalkStory – Nathan Feuerberg – The American

    TalkStory – Nathan Feuerberg – The American

    16/10/2017 Duración: 07min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story, "The American," was performed by Nathan Feuerberg at El Centro Culturál Ignacio Ramírez "El Nigromante"—Bellas Artes during the 2016 San Miguel International Storytelling Festival. Nathan Feuerberg fiction and nonfiction has appeared in a variety of literary journals and anthologies. Listen to his short story collection, 36, published by Nomadic Press: http://www.nomadicpress.org/oralstories/ Music Credits: Violin: Rayénari López Alvarez Guitar: Karen Yaneli Menez Trujill

  • TalkStory David Garza

    TalkStory David Garza

    28/09/2017 Duración: 11min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story was performed by David Garza at the 2014 San Miguel Storytelling Festival. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • TalkStory - Dhana Musil

    TalkStory - Dhana Musil

    21/07/2017 Duración: 08min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story was performed by Dhana Musil at the 2017 San Miguel Writers’ Conference. Dhana Musil’s memoir, These Little Earthquakes, chronicles the decade she spent living in the seamy underbelly of Japan during the 1990’s, and her decision to marry a Japanese yakuza. Her stories have won several prizes and been published in numerous anthologies. Dhana resides in North Vancouver, BC with her husband, two girls, a cat and a dog. She hopes that her writing may one day land her in a place where her coconut oil stays liquid, at least during the day. Music: Poème Élégiaque, Op. 12 - Fragment Performed by: Jean-Claude Féret https://creativecommons.org/

  • TalkStory Diana Spechler

    TalkStory Diana Spechler

    06/06/2017 Duración: 09min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story, 'Worms' was performed by Diana Spechler at the 2016 San Miguel Storytelling Festival. Diana Spechler is the author of the novels Who By Fire (Harper Perennial, 2008) and Skinny (Harper Perennial, 2011), of the New York Times column Going Off, and of a forthcoming nonfiction book based on that column (Crown). She has written for GQ, O The Oprah Magazine, CNN Living, Esquire, New York Magazine, New York Observer, Paris Review, Tin House, Self, Details, The Wall Street Journal, Salon, Slate, Nerve, Glimmer Train Stories, PANK, Brevity, The Southern Review, and elsewhere. Her work has appeared in a number of anthologies, including Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader (W.W. Norton, 2013) and True Tales of Lust and Love (Counterpoint/Soft Skull, 2014). She is also a seven-time Moth StorySLAM winner and has been featured on The Moth Radio Hour, The Moth podcast, T

  • TalkStory Judith Jenya

    TalkStory Judith Jenya

    20/04/2017 Duración: 07min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month's story was performed by Judith Jenya in the San Miguel TalkStory studio. Judith Jenya is a painter, photographer and poet. Her bilingual book of poetry, Aromas de Dos Pueblos was published in Mexico in 2014. She has been published in Solamente en San Miguel – vol II, in Hamilton Stone Review, and in many newspapers and magazines including AARP, Time, and Today. Judith has made San Miguel her home since 2006 and lives with her husband, Mark Johaningsmeir, whom she met in Guanajuato at an exhibit of her paintings. San Miguel Literary Sala: http://sanmiguelliterarysala.org

  • TalkStory Cindy Norman

    TalkStory Cindy Norman

    30/11/2016 Duración: 07min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story, "An African Standoff," was performed by Cindy Norman at the 2016 San Miguel Storytelling Festival. Cindy is a world traveler, philosophical cosmonaut, quantum character on planet Earth. She travels the globe to crack open stagnant opinions about the universe and our place in it as humans. She is from San Francisco but, practically speaking, SMA is her home. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • TalkStory Eduardo Mora

    TalkStory Eduardo Mora

    11/11/2016 Duración: 07min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This months story was performed by Eduardo Mora at the 2016 San Miguel Writers’ Conference. Eduardo Mora works for Reality San Miguel. He has published several articles in local newspapers and performs theater. Currently, he lives in San Miguel de Allende. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • TalkStory Dene Maria Sebastiana

    TalkStory Dene Maria Sebastiana

    05/10/2016 Duración: 12min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story was performed by Dene Maria Sebastiana at the 2016 San Miguel Writers' Conference. Dene is a teacher, shaman, and soul coach. His mission is to end patriarchy and misogyny for his time and lineage.

  • TalkStory Nancy Hardcastle

    TalkStory Nancy Hardcastle

    10/09/2016 Duración: 10min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story was performed by Nancy Hardcastle at the 2015 San Miguel Storytelling Festival. Please enjoy Nancy Hardcastle performing 'Trying to Raise the dead.' Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • TalkStory Daniela  Fernanda Luna Lopez

    TalkStory Daniela & Fernanda Luna Lopez

    29/07/2016 Duración: 04min

    San Miguel TalkStory es un podcast bilingüe presentado cada mes por el Festival de Cuentacuentos y San Miguel Literary Sala, AC. La historia de este mes fue narrada por Daniela y Fernanda Luna López en el Festival Internacional de Escritores y Literatura 2016. Daniela y Fernanda Luna López nacieron en San Miguel de Allende. Les encanta bailar, leer, y ver películas de suspenso y romance. San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story was performed by Daniela & Fernanda Luna Lopez at the 2016 San Miguel Writers' Conference. Daniela & Fernanda Luna Lopez were born in San Miguel de Allende. They love to dance, read, watch suspense and romance movies. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • Talkstory Nathan Feuerberg

    Talkstory Nathan Feuerberg

    29/06/2016 Duración: 09min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story, "Narwhal Hunting," was performed by Nathan Feuerberg in the main ballroom at the 2016 San Miguel Writers' Conference. Nathan Feuerberg fiction and nonfiction has appeared in a variety of literary journals and anthologies. Listen to his short story collection, 36, published by Nomadic Press: http://www.nomadicpress.org/oralstories/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • TalkStory Chipper Roth

    TalkStory Chipper Roth

    30/05/2016 Duración: 08min

    San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story was performed by Chipper Roth at the 2015 San Miguel Storytelling Festival. Chipper spent her teenage summers in San Miguel in the early 1960s. She hopes to enjoy senility here as much as her puberty. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • TalkStory - Carol Merchasin

    TalkStory - Carol Merchasin

    03/05/2016 Duración: 12min

    This month’s story was performed by Carol Merchasin at the 2016 San Miguel Writers’ Conference. Carol Merchasin is a recovering lawyer and author involved in a long time love affair with Mexico. She fell in love with the language, people and culture on her first trip south in 1983 and moved to San Miguel de Allende to deepen the relationship in 2005. She is the author of, This is Mexico, a collection of essays filled with wit and insight on the joys, the magic and the mysterious workings of everyday life in Mexico. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro

  • TalkStory - Bea Aaronson

    TalkStory - Bea Aaronson

    07/04/2016 Duración: 09min

    Listen to this wonderful story by Bea Aaronson performed at the 2016 San Miguel Writers’ Conference. Bea Aaronson is a self-taught multimedia artist, art critic, curator, award-winning poet, published author, stage performer, and international lecturer. She gives multimedia conferences on art and literature; from Corfu to Toulouse, from Colorado to Maryland and Ohio, from Lebanon, Israel to Canada, Hawaii and Paris, she disseminates her thoughts and images. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Song: El Toro Video: Dora Guzmán Arte en Video at http://doraguzman.com/video/

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