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Sep 2022

The Moth Presents How to Tell a Story: The Essential Guide to Memorable Storytelling

The definitive guide to telling an unforgettable story in any setting, drawing on twenty-five years of experience from the storytelling experts at The Moth.

Mar 2019

The Moth Presents Occasional Magic, Book 2: True Stories About Defying the Impossible

Occasional Magic features storytellers from around the world sharing times when, in the face of seemingly impossible situations, they found moments of beauty, wonder, and clarity that shed light on their lives and helped them find a path forward.

Jan 2017

Audio: The Moth Radio Hour: Misfits, The MET, and a Nursing Home Switcheroo

In this week’s episode of The Moth Radio Hour, Andrew Solomon flourishes in the glamour of the Metropolitan Museum.

Apr 2016

Audio: The Moth Podcast: The Met, Mrs. Vreeland, and Me

An awkward teenager flourishes in the glamour of the the Metropolitan Opera.

Jul 2015

Audio: The Moth Radio Hour: Camp, Cars, Cockroaches, and the Kremlin

In which Andrew Solomon goes to Russia to visit artists and ends up with a front row seat to Russian democracy.

Aug 2014

Video: The Moth Live at the Edinburgh Book Festival

A special one-off evening of tall tales and surprises inspired by the Edinburgh International Book Festival theme, Conversations with Ourselves.

Feb 2014

The Moth Radio Hour to Air Andrew Solomon’s “The Refugees”

This week, The Moth Radio Hour will feature “The Refugees,” about his encounter with a survivor of the Pol Pot’s death squads and her unique manner of treating depression.

Oct 2013

Video: The Moth Radio Hour Live at the NYPL, with George Dawes Green, Andrew Solomon and Catherine Burns

A conversation on the art and craft of storytelling and its power to re-shape the world.

Nov 2012

Audio: The Moth Radio Hour: My Post-Nuclear Family

Andrew Solomon describes his circuitous route to becoming a dad.

Oct 2010

Video: The Moth Radio Hour Live at the NYPL: OMG: Stories of the Sacred

An exploration of the common and uncommon threads through three different religions.