Newsletter

September 2021

  • The 9/12 meeting recap
  • Food for Thought — Freedom of Imagination
  • Member’s Spotlight — Margaret Mitchell, Mallery McMurtrey, Miyo Yamauchi, Pieter Severynen
  • Storytelling Stub — Pick Words that Enrich Your Story!
  • Editor’s Note: Don’t Over-Analyze Your Audience

August 2021

  • The 8/8 meeting recap
  • Meet New StoryMaster — Arihant (Andrew) M.
  • A Story to Read — Hyperbole and A Half
  • Member’s Spotlight — Strive for Excellence ~ Storytelling Workshop
  • Storytelling Stub — Everything is Science. Even Humor!
  • Editor’s Note: You’re the Only One Who Knows Your World!

July 2021

  • The 7/11 meeting recap
  • Incoming President’s Address — Mallery McMurtrey
  • Oh, What a Night! ~ Tina Tomiyama
  • Storytelling Stub — How to Organize Your Thoughts Digitally
  • Editor’s Note: Time to Change!

June 2021

  • The 6/13 meeting recap
  • New StoryMaster — AlyceAnn Crump
  • Looking back 2020-2021
  • Food for Thoughts — Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
  • Storytelling Stub — Don’t Underestimate the Power of Editing
  • Editor’s Note: Perfect Story

May 2021

  • The 5/9 meeting recap
  • Member’s Spotlight — Pieter Severynen, Camille Miller, Ashton Cynthia Clarke, Bharat Sangekar, Margaret Mitchell
  • Storytelling Stub — Are All Stories Effective?
  • Editor’s Note: Slowing down can be the best way to speed things up

April 2021

  • The 4/11 meeting recap
  • New Members — Harold Gee, Julianne Ho, and Lee Amatangelo
  • Poem for the Month — When Midday Is
  • Storytelling Stub — Surf the Audio Wave
  • Editor’s Note: Knock on Another Door

March 2021

  • The 3/14 meeting recap
  • Toastmasters contest update
  • A StoryMasters Friend’s Story: Julianne Ho “Heartbreaker”
  • Storytelling Stub: Respect Your Audience
  • Editor’s Note: The 10,000 Hour Rule’s Myth

February 2021

  • The 2/14 meeting recap
  • Newest StoryMaster: Ashton Cynthia Clarke
  • A StoryMasters Friend’s Story: Jim Mueller “Rick the Plumber”
  • A StoryMaster’s Story: Pieter Severynen “The Bog Pond Telling”
  • Storytelling Stub: Kurt Vonnegut’s 8 Rules for Writing a Short Story
  • Editor’s Note: Why Do I Live?

January 2021

  • The 1/10 meeting recap
  • Book Report: Elizabeth Lesser’s Cassandra Speaks
  • Newest StoryMaster: Camille Miller
  • Storytelling Stub: Get Twisted ~ Develop Clear Articulation!
  • Word Game: Can you use a simpler words, please?
  • Editor’s Note: A Little Change May Turn Your Bad Day into a Good One!

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