Storytelling Across Platforms

One River, Many Stories hosts a panel discussing storytelling from the perspective of a print journalist, a radio journalist, and a non-fiction author

  1. Full house #onerivermn @onerivermn #storytelling across platforms. Tip no 1: something happens in a story 2. Stories about our lives 3. Something is resolved in a story. 📷: @jhatcher64
    Full house #onerivermn @onerivermn #storytelling across platforms. Tip no 1: something happens in a story 2. Stories about our lives 3. Something is resolved in a story. 📷: @jhatcher64
  2. On Thursday, February 25, One River, Many Stories hosted a "Storytelling Across Platforms" panel discussion at Ecolibrium3 in Duluth's Lincoln Park neighborhood.
  3. All set up and ready to go for Storytelling across Platforms at Ecolibrium3 in #lincolnpark #onerivermn #onerivermanystories #storytelling
    All set up and ready to go for Storytelling across Platforms at Ecolibrium3 in #lincolnpark #onerivermn #onerivermanystories #storytelling
  4. There was a lot of chatter before the event, and everyone was pretty excited to get together to discuss the writing process. Panelists included the Duluth News Tribune's Sam Cook, MPR's Dan Kraker, and Locally Laid's Lucie Amundsen. Karen Sunderman of WDSE/WRPT and "The Playlist" moderated.
  5. Storytelling Across Platforms this Thursday! Come for discussion, stay for snacks. #OneRiverMN #Storytelling #Duluth  http://ow.ly/YCpNT 
  6. Can't wait to ask @LocallyLaidEggs Lucy about her new book Thurs. @onerivermn & Storytelling? Join us #Duluth
  7. Things got cozy. We knew it was going to be a tight fit when all of our chairs were full well in advance of the panel's starting time. The good-natured crowd didn't seem to mind standing in the back or sitting in windowsills to hear the panelists
  8. The entire panel surprised us with how fun they were. They kept each other and the crowd laughing all evening.
  9. Molly MacGregor's photo captures the fun these four led us in last night talking about Storytelling Across Platforms. Thank you, Karen Sunderman, Sam Cook, Dan Kraker and Lucie Amundsen — and thank you to the 60 people who attended and added to the conversation!
    Molly MacGregor's photo captures the fun these four led us in last night talking about Storytelling Across Platforms. Thank you, Karen Sunderman, Sam Cook, Dan Kraker and Lucie Amundsen — and thank you to the 60 people who attended and added to the conversation!
  10. It wasn't all laughs, though. These storytellers offered meaningful advice to the audience based on their diverse experiences.
  11. @samcookoutdoors: the value of simply saying "man, that must have been tough" to help people open up #journalism #storytelling #onerivermn
  12. #Duluth legend @phezboy talks story structure and making hard choices. #onerivermn #storytelling @onerivermn 📷: @jhatcher64
    #Duluth legend @phezboy talks story structure and making hard choices. #onerivermn #storytelling @onerivermn 📷: @jhatcher64
  13. Thank you to Ecolibrium3 for hosting and to Lake Superior Brewing Company for their generous donation. The local brewery provide tasty beverages at no cost.
  14. Both organizations have been very supportive of the One River, Many Stories project.
  15. Huge thanks to #lakesuperiorbrewery for sponsoring our #onerivermn events! #craftbrew #duluth #lincolnpark #storytelling #duluthmn
    Huge thanks to #lakesuperiorbrewery for sponsoring our #onerivermn events! #craftbrew #duluth #lincolnpark #storytelling #duluthmn
  16. When the session ended, panelists and many who attended stuck around to chat about storytelling. Thanks to our panelists and everyone who came to listen and ask questions!
  17. One of our attendees, a local storyteller, made a wonderful write-up of the event. For more details, please check out his blog!
  18. Don't forget our next event! This Thursday at 5:30, we are back at Ecolibrium3 in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Duluth for "Polymet: how journalists report tough issues in their community." Join us!
  19. Panelists include Marshall Helmberger of The Timberjay, Aaron Brown of MinnesotaBrown.com, and environmental reporter Stephanie Hemphill.
  20. Honored to join panel to discuss reporting on tough issues, part of @onerivermn  http://bit.ly/1UuoT3H  Marsh Helmberger, @minnesotabrown
  21. The conversation has just begun-- be a part of it! It's an amazing community we live in.