#ArtLitPhx: Untidy Secrets Storytelling- Young, Dumb, and Broke

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★★★UNTIDY SECRETS STORYTELLING★★★
Untidy Secrets Storytelling is a monthly storytelling and zine swap event. Each month a new theme is selected from song lyrics. Storytellers interpret the theme in interesting and unexpected ways.

The theme for this months storytelling is: “Young, Dumb, and Broke”

Storytellers this month are:
Jessie Balli
Paulina Rios
More TBA

We’ll be collecting cash donations for Saving One Life this month.
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This event is all ages and BYOB (though storytelling will have adult themes). Ash Avenue Comics & Books has some chairs available at first come first serve basis but feel free to bring your own chair or stand. Please contact Sarah Maria Rainier if you need a chair(s) reserved.

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Untidy Secrets Storytelling’s goal is to encourage literature through unusual and interesting means (storytelling, small press, self publishing, zines, and more). If you’re a writer, bring your printed work to swap and connect with others. If you’re a storyteller come out and connect with other storytellers and writers.

If you’re interested in telling a story at this event or future Untidy Secrets event, contact Sarah Maria Rainier or message the Untidy Secrets Storytelling page. See you there!

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