Mardi Gras arrives February 16 and, even though January and February parades have been canceled (like just about every other fun aspect of life in COVID-world), one tradition continues: it’s time to “Throw me somethin’, Mister.” It’s not plastic trinket “throws” I want, but your stories, true and well told.
NEW ORLEANS, LA – MARCH 27: A view of empty Bourbon street in the French Quarter amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on March 27, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Orleans Parish has reported at least 1,170 cases, and recorded 57 deaths from the coronavirus. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images). Source: https://time.com/5814933/coronavirus-pandemic-cost-4-trillion/
On this blog–which has just entered its eleventh year, can you believe it?– I publish writing prompts, book reviews, and stories from my own life, but my favorite content is YOUR stories.
Here are the guidelines. Now throw me somethin’, Mr., Ms., whoever you are! Send your stories to email@example.com.
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I want to write something on my inner struggle with anger during Trump’s last year, my own mounting awakening around racial injustice, and how I am managing my inner state to stay engaged and productive without becoming bitter, burnout or hopeless. would that be of interest?
On Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 9:38 AM True Stories Well Told wrote:
> first person productions posted: ” Mardi Gras arrives February 16 and, > even though January and February parades have been canceled (like just > about every other fun aspect of life in COVID-world), one tradition > continues: it’s time to “Throw me somethin’, Mister.” It’s not plastic > trinket” >