upheaval – stories from isolation

call for audio stories under 2 minutes

theme: epiphany

 
 
Memoria is a podcast about life’s turning points.  With the world going topsy-turvy over this pandemic, we have all struggled to adapt to a new way of doing things. These are (potentially) the moments for self-discovery. Small or large. Maybe even upheaval.
 
So we want to know if have had had a moment of self-discovery, good or bad while in iso? Or experienced a major turning point?
 
Well, we want to hear it!
 
Send us your story as an audio file. It should be no more than 2 minutes long. You can tell your story however way you like as long as it has some form of narrative structure with a beginning, middle and an end. 
 
Nowhere quiet to record? That’s okay. You’re in iso. But try to minimise the background noise if you can as it may be distracting to audiences listening to your story. 
 
Stories will be published on Memoria’s social media channels.  Favourites will be compiled into a special podcast episode/s in the coming weeks or months. 
 
 

your stories

audio stories

Make sure you have a good sound level, practice reading it out loud a few times and then hit record. Then send us your audio file as a .wav or .mp3. Please keep it under 5 MB. Make sure you introduce yourself.

E.g. Hi, my name is blah blah and this is called blah blah.

SUBMIT HERE

or fill out the online form below. 

deadline is rolling and we will publish stories as we receive them.

 

what we don’t accept:

Works of fiction, gratuitous sex and violence, works that infringe on other copyright holders and libellous work.

preparing your submission

  • Your file should have an introduction with your first and last name at the beginning of the story to help us identify the file.

  • Only one work per file. A separate online form must be submitted for each work.

  • We want to see what you look like! Please upload a photo of yourself. This will be used when promoting your work. 

completing the online form

A list of the terms and conditions can be found at the top of your online submission. Please read it carefully. By submitting your work, you are accepting the terms and conditions outlined.

We look forward to seeing your work!