The diverse human storytelling of Narratively.com, spoken out loud.
These Forgotten Essays Reveal the Secrets and Dreams of Jewish Teens As Hitler Drew Near
A 1930s writing contest celebrates the inspiring endurance of the teenage spirit — in the form of heart-bursting crushes, angsty soul-searching and secret sexcapades.
They Were Labeled Witches. They Just Had Dementia.
In tribal communities across Namibia, older, eccentric people are often accused of witchcraft and violently attacked. One man realized it was something else entirely.
The Shot-in-the-Eye Squad
As Black Lives Matter protests swept the nation, the rubber bullets and tear gas canisters started to fly. This epidemic of “blinding by police” inspired our unlikely network of survivors.
My Bizarre Reign as New York’s King of “Virgin Russian Hair”
Complete strangers wiring me $15k on the spot, smuggling blond ponytails across the Atlantic, secret rendezvous under the overpass — I just may have had the weirdest side hustle of all time.
Queen of the S.R.O.
In gritty 1980s New York, one West Village flophouse became a last-chance refuge for addicts, criminals, LGBTQ runaways, and anyone with nowhere left to go. And my mom was their queen.
The Pregnant Woman Who Led a Legendary Slave Rebellion
In 1794 the people of Guadeloupe briefly tasted freedom. A woman named Solitude decided she’d rather die than go back into chains — but her heroism was nearly lost to history.
Terrific stories - HUGE new fan/ just go ahead & subscribe
I have no idea how I found the website narratively.com but I listened to just one story and am hooked. I am not a fan of podcasts that are just free wheeling jabber, I like a more scripted podcast and narratively delivers that in spades. If there was a best sellers list for podcasts, narratively should win. They also produce the podcast called believable, i listened to 2 of those stories also and again GOLD STAR, Home run! I am not affiliated with them at all just so happy to find these high quality productions.
Syrian Children being treated for burns
Just listened to my first Out Loud Narratively story and was very impressed. The subject was depressing but I was happy to learn about all the wonderful people helping these war victims.