I must get back to this blog. It’s been weeks, and that’s no way to engage an audience.
A moth is a no different than any other butterfly, except they fly at night. They usually have fuzzy antennae and a few other differences, but really there is little to distinguish them even if moths are considered uninteresting while butterflies are things of beauty.
The Moth Story hour is a radio program where people tell stories, live, without notes, in front of a live audience. Like real moths, story tellers find themselves “drawn to some bright light—of adventure, ambition, knowledge—but then find themselves burned or trapped, leaving them with some essential conflict to face before the story could reach its conclusion.”
They really know how to engage an audience. If you haven’t already heard of it, go check it out!