"Tricia Rose Burt is a born storyteller. Her voice mesmerizes, whether you are reading her on the page or listening to her speak in front of a live audience. Tricia puts a new, thoroughly original spin on the Southern belle. You will howl with laughter just moments before you are deeply moved." - Catherine Burns, artistic director of The Moth

This Week’s Blog: The Meaning is in the Waiting

In this week’s blog, comedian Mike Birbiglia, spiritual writer Henri Nouwen, and the brilliant filmmaker Christopher Guest all weigh in on the waiting game.

Love Hurts and The Tricia Ball to go Nationwide with The Moth

My Boston StorySlam winning story Love Hurts (moving across the street from my pesky practice husband’s girlfriend — see below) will be broadcast on The Moth Radio Hour sometime in 2015 (maybe sooner). And the lucky me, the Mainstage story I told in March at the Portsmouth Music Hall — The Tricia Ball — is also slated for broadcast. In the meantime, I’ll be joining The Moth’s corporate arm for a private show in Toronto this July. As soon as broadcast times are confirmed, I’ll let you know!

In the News

Check out George Duncan’s great article on my collaborative texting performance “WTF” with Rachel Perry Welty at (con)TEXT, an exciting exhibition curated by Tim Donovan.

Check out these two terrific articles, focusing on my book-in-progress and my efforts to fundraise for a sabbatical.

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