tenx9podcastWe made ourselves a podcast! You’ve been asking for a while, and we’ve heard you. The Tenx9 Nashville podcast was launched Summer 2017 and updates once a month with live stories from the previous month’s Tenx9 event in Nashville. You can find links to the episodes below, or you can subscribe on iTunes.

A note to explain how this page is organized. Below you will find an interview with Michael McRay on his experience starting Tenx9 Nashville Storytelling, and an introduction to the monthly event. Podcast episodes are organized by month, with the latest episodes on top. The stories in these episodes are from storytellers who have given us permission to have their stories on the podcast.

Thanks to the initiative, hard work, and expertise of Gayathri Narasimham and John Sloop for bringing this into being!

Podcast episodes

May 2017: Show and Tell

Introduction

Part 1 (Wendell McGuirk, Amber Thompson, Caren Austen)

Part 2 (John W. Heacock (JW), Irene Williams, Evert Wilbrink)

Part 3 (Christy Lynch)

April 2017: Trouble

Introduction

River Jordan

Gayathri Narasimham

Taylor Irwin

Jenny Rice


INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL McRAY, CURATOR/COHOST OF TENX9 NASHVILLE

INTRODUCTION TO TENX9 NASHVILLE


JUNE 2017 – PEOPLE MOVE (w/ TENNESSEE IMMIGRANT & REFUGEE RIGHTS COALITION)

Forthcoming



MAY 2017 – SHOW & TELL

From Michael’s introduction to Show and Tell, “…the idea here is for folks to bring an object of significance to them, much like you do in school, and tell the true story from their lives, where their lives intersected with their object…”


Wendell McGuirk, Amber Thompson, and Caren Austen are our storytellers in Show and Tell: Part 1.


John W. Heacock (JW), Irene Williams, and Evert Wilbrink are our storytellers in Show and Tell: Part 2.


Christy Lynch is the sole storyteller in Show and Tell: Part 3.



APRIL 2017 – TROUBLE

The first stories in our podcast are from River Jordan, Gayathri Narasimham, Taylor Irwin, and Jenny Rice. As Michael McRay states in the theme introduction, the episodes below are “stories about getting into trouble, maybe as a kid or as an adult, relationships that got you in trouble…, when you began or quit feeling troubled by a place, idea, or a person …”