Who’s your daddy?

. June 2, 2014.
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You've got to love a good story, and in Ann Arbor, The Moth StorySLAM is one of the best places to get one… or ten. Popularized by NPR, The Moth offers people a platform to tell exciting, touching and insightful true stories.

Moth events frequently feature published authors, so expect the local literati to show up in full force. This month’s StorySLAM's theme is Fathers—show up with your own story related to the theme, and put your name in the hat.

Ten lucky storytellers will have five minutes apiece to wow the audience and judges with a true story riffing on the theme. 

Tuesday, June 17. 6pm. $8. Circus, 210 S. First St.
734-913-8890. themoth.org

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