Do You Have a Story to Tell? Telling Tales is Back
Do you have a story to tell?
Our LGBTQ+ storytelling event Telling Tales is back and this time the theme is:
I’M EVERY WOMAN
We are looking for LGBTQ+ people to tell us their experiences of women and womanhood for a special event held at The Bagelry on the eve of International Women’s Day - Thursday 7 March.
In a world where many women are still oppressed and where equality still needs to be fought for, we want to hear your empowering stories that celebrate womanhood and the women who have enriched our lives.
This is conversational storytelling - you don’t have to have had any previous experience of public speaking or creative writing and we discourage people from reading their stories verbatim at the event. Deliver your story like you were speaking to your friends. You can find some tips on how to put your story together here.
Stories will be chosen and curated by Liverpool Queer Collective based on relevance, diversity, representation and heart. You don’t have to be a woman to tell a story at the event but you must either be LGBTQ+ or your story must focus positively on someone who is LGBTQ+.
If selected you will be asked come and tell your story at our event on the evening of the Thursday 7 March 2019 at The Bagelry, Liverpool.
How to apply
Please email your story in a 250 word synopsis to email@example.com by Friday 15 February. Please include your name, age, city, and contact phone number in the email.
International Women’s Day takes place on 8 March 2019, you can find more information here.
* We recognise every person’s right to self identify, and welcome stories shared by and/or about cis women, womxn, trans women and non-binary folk. Liverpool Queer Collective aims to foster safe spaces that are inclusive and accessible for all. We do not tolerate transphobia of any kind.