- How READING YOUR WRITING ALOUD IS DIFFERENT than someone reading your words online
- My FIRST TIME READING MY WORK ALOUD!
- HOW IT FEELS TO AUDITION for Listen To Your Mother and why it’s WORTH A LONG DRIVE if you don’t have one in your backyard
- Why not to let FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING hold you back
- TIPS FOR AUDITIONING for Listen To Your Mother and how it CHANGED MY LIFE
- MY plan for PITCHING YOUR LOCAL PUBLIC RADIO and why it’s important to BE PREPARED and TIMELY
- How I landed MANY OTHER SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES
- Listen To Your Mother Show details from Carisa Miller, co-producer of LTYM Portland, about WHO CAN AUDITION and HOW TO AUDITION for Listen To Your Mother
- Whether you can AUDITION FOR MORE THAN ONE SHOW and/or IN SUCCESSIVE YEARS
- Answers about the TYPE OF PIECE you should audition with/read for the show including TOPIC, LENGTH and more
- How the Listen To Your Mother shows are CAST and HOW MANY CAST MEMBERS are selected in each city
- Carisa’s TIPS FOR AUDITIONING for Listen To Your Mother
- Why Auditioning for Listen To Your Mother is such a GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR BLOGGERS
- Carisa’s MAIN TAKEAWAY from being involved in Listen To Your Mother
- Why BEING AN AUDIENCE MEMBER for a Listen To Your Mother show is an amazing experience and HELPS YOUR COMMUNITY
--Alexandra’s BlogHer Voice of The Year piece: When Someone You Love Has A Blog
--Alexandra’s first reading at Listen To Your Mother: The Reach of a Small Moment
--Alexandra’s readings on local public radio (WUWM, Lake Effect): We Don’t Eat Peacocks, Magic Memory and Fred and Me
--Pitch Information for The Moth
ALL THIS and more! On Beyond Your Blog's Podcast: Finding Outlets for reading your work aloud:
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