50 episodes

No, YOU Tell It! is a nonfiction reading series dedicated to performing true-life tales with a twist: Each participant develops their own story on the page and then flips scripts with a partner to

present each other’s story on stage. Podcast episodes feature one pair of swapped stories from our live shows in NYC.

No, YOU Tell It‪!‬ No, YOU Tell It!

    • Arts
    • 4.9 • 17 Ratings

No, YOU Tell It! is a nonfiction reading series dedicated to performing true-life tales with a twist: Each participant develops their own story on the page and then flips scripts with a partner to

present each other’s story on stage. Podcast episodes feature one pair of swapped stories from our live shows in NYC.

    Episode 70 – Punch Up (Part 2)

    Episode 70 – Punch Up (Part 2)

    Celebrating 10 years of No, YOU Tell It!, the second half of our “Punch Up” show starts with the story of a waitress getting a visit from a former co-worker who looks happier and healthier than seems possible. Trying to match her glow-up, she seeks out the same Shaman but finds the visit … less […]

    • 35 min
    Episode 69 – Punch Up (Part 1)

    Episode 69 – Punch Up (Part 1)

    Lose yourself in school-age nostalgia in our first story, “Confection Resolution,” written by Matt Storrs and performed by Maria Rubio, which finds our hero fighting the same childhood foe … three times. Switching it up, “The Great Unknowns,” written by Maria Rubio and performed by Matt Storrs, follows an exhausted nurse in the middle of […]

    • 38 min
    Episode 68 – Legacy Anthology Reboot

    Episode 68 – Legacy Anthology Reboot

    In anticipation of our forthcoming ten-year anthology from Palm Circle Press, we are flashing back to 2014 when we participated in The Brick’s Comic Book Theater Festival in Brooklyn. For this show, we tried something new. Usually, we give our storytellers a theme to inspire their true tales. This time, we only provided the theme […]

    • 33 min
    Episode 67 – No Regrets Anthology Reboot

    Episode 67 – No Regrets Anthology Reboot

    As we’re readying the release of our ten-year anthology this fall from Palm Circle Press, we’re rebooting some of the podcasts with improved audio so you can listen while you read. Here’s our first ever tri-flip at Fairleigh Dickinson’s MFA in Creative Writing summer residency, featuring stories by Letisia Cruz, Tazio Ruffilo, and Heather Lang-Cassera. […]

    • 41 min
    Episode 66 – Noted (Part 2)

    Episode 66 – Noted (Part 2)

    Our first story reminds us that a two-week middle school love is the equivalent of several lifetimes of adoration, and when our hero’s girlfriend slips him a break-up note, they all come crashing in. In celebration of 10 Years of No, YOU Tell It! enjoy this 2013 throwback swap of “You’ve Been Noted,” written by […]

    • 24 min
    Episode 65 – Alumni Show (Part 2)

    Episode 65 – Alumni Show (Part 2)

    Breakups can be confusing at times, especially when your heart parts ways with a city. Our first story takes us over the Hudson from New York City to New Jersey as our narrator reflects on what it means to move on from the place that she’s always loved. In celebration of our 10 Year Anniversary […]

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

TinyUpTinyDown ,

Nothing else like it

There are so many storytelling shows and podcasts, but nothing is quite like this. Having the writers swap their stories with other writers is pure genius. Kudos to the creator.

llaurra ,

Different and surprising

You never know what you’ll get with these stories. Will I laugh? Cry? Feel nostalgic? Feel understood? The stories make me feel like I’ve been allowed a glimpse into someone’s life, often to see something they may rarely share. And as a bonus, the short length (about 15-20 min/story) is perfect for the times that I listen.

colbyangusblack ,

Big, longtime fan

I love the work these folks do. Great stories. Great content out of a lot of varied people. Always an entertaining show.

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