I can’t believe it! Tomorrow night I’m off to London to attend The Story on Friday! I am soooo looking forward to it – and I’m just soooo hungry for someinspiration. And just the name “The Story” inspires me to start writing and creating!
The Story will be a celebration of everything that is wonderful, inspiring and awesome about stories, in whatever medium possible. We’re hoping to have stories that are written, spoken, described, enacted, whispered, projected, orchestrated, performed, printed – whatever form stories come in, we hope to have them here.
I hope so too!
And boy oh boy what a bunch of great speakers! Dr Aleks Krotoski and Cory Doctorow – I’ve been a fan of for a few years now. And there’s so many other interesting people that I cannot wait to hear/see and be inspired by.
I’m not going to promise any writing, tweeting or anything of reporting. I really just plan to enjoy myself and let inspiration flow over me! I’m doing this on my own dime – so I gather I deserve it.
I didn’t manage to convince a single person to come with me – so I’ll be ever so lonely on my own little geeky adventure. Please let me know if you want to hang out on Saturday – I’ll be leaving the Sunday and staying at The Piccadilly Backpackers Hostel, which I’m hoping that I can handle at my age.
Just love that you have documented, and published, some of the posters celebrating female writers posted in Bergen – did that myself but photos are still on my phone… :)
I know! I’ve been meaning to write about them for ages – but the pictures have just been locked in a folder. Felt that it was fitting to use the picture when talking about storytelling! ;)
At your age… You’re fucking adorable, Linn Sovig.
Well you’re adorable for saying so