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Welcome to the Stanford Storytelling Project site!

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Exploring story craft and practices to create personal and social change

Founded in 2008, we explore all forms of stories, from myth to memoir, in all kinds of media, from print to performance. We sponsor coursesworkshopsgrantsfellowships, and a live event series that give students an opportunity to appreciate the way stories work, work on us, and can work for us. We also produce two podcasts that feature the research and creative work of the Stanford community: the award-winning State of the Human and our fiction and poetry show, Off the Page.

Wondering what it's like to be part of the Stanford Storytelling Project?

The best way to get to know us is to come to our weekly Open Editorial Meetings. Here, we come together as a community for storytelling workshops, good food, and great conversation. 

Current students: join us every Friday from 12-2pm in Sweet Hall 403. Lunch provided. 

We'd love to see you there!

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