During the Covid-19 lockdown, we have moved to having Zoomx9 events.

We would so 🧡💚🖤❤️ to meet you on Zoom to share stories.

 The next online event is…

Monday, December 14, 7-8pm, US Central Time

Theme: Holidays

REGISTER TO ATTEND HERE

Here’s the drill…

  • You probably know the score: download Zoom to your computer.
  • Then sign-up to join the next Tenx9 at the link above.
  • We only have 100 places for participants, so please only register if you know you can make it.
  • If you have a Tenx9 story to submit for one of our Zoom events, you can fill in the form at the bottom of the page.

Submitting a story for Tenx9 Nashville Zoom events.

You’ll get more information about the kinds of stories we’re looking for at our editorial guidelines, but briefly,

  • We want one true story from your life. Each part of that is important. One story. True. From your own life.
  • Tenx9 isn’t for reminiscences, or summaries of your whole life story, or reflections on what’s important, inspirational talks, or sermons or manifestoes. Those forms are brilliant! but they’re not what Tenx9 is about.
  • For Tenx9 over Zoom, we’re interested in stories that are a little shorter than the normal ten minute limit. On Zoom, we will have six people with up to seven minutes each. That’s about 700-1000 words per story when written.
  • Make sure you know the theme!
  • When it comes to your story, within a sentence or two, we want to be wondering ‘What’s going to happen next?’ or ‘What happened before?’
  • There’s no need to have give any introduction. Just drop us into a true story! “The last day I saw my friend…” or “When preparing for a holiday, never forget your passport…”
  • You don’t need to give us a conclusion either: “The thing this story taught me is…” We can probably guess that already, and there are probably heaps of different things different people will take from your story.
  • If there are a few characters, help us. Using “the clever sister” “the man with the bad tie” and “the stranger” is going to make it easier for the audience than remembering who Desmond, Cuthbert, and Hephzibah are.
  • You can send us your story outline (or have us phone you) for an editorial chat. You can send us a document on tenx9nashville(@)gmail.com. (Please, in the name of all that’s lovely, make sure you’ve read the editorial guidelines! We can tell within 10 seconds if you haven’t!)

Pitch us your story for Zoom Tenx9 Nashville here.
We’re delighted you’re sending us your work.

You should receive an email from us within a week letting you know whether a slot is available or answering whatever question you might have.  

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