Hey all — Up this week on my storytelling page, Tell Your True Tale, is a story in a poem by Alexis Rhone Fancher, an LA writer and poetry editor of culturalweekly.com.
Check out “Subterranean Lovesick Clues” — a great poem about an early sexual encounter.
Please share it with friends, but above all, write a story of your own and send it in. No time like the present to tell those tales.
We're looking for stories of how addiction (or recovery) has affected you, your family, your street, your town. But also stories from doctors about treating patients in America.
From officers confronting drug trafficking. From jailers and employers. From judges, paramedics, from pharmacists or public health workers. From pastors dealing with addiction in a congregation.
We want, too, stories about how community is destroyed and rebuilt, about isolation and collaboration.
#WhatsYourStory will compile these stories and put them up on social media and elsewhere. (Of course, names are optional.)
You can write it yourself, as many have, and click the button below to send it to me or contact us via our contact page and one of our team will be in touch.