Two birds, Ruby Sinha and Diana Tso, were looking around the city to build a nest where stories and food bring community together. Windup Bird Café offered a branch to perch on while singing their stories and savouring the delicious meals created chef Yumiko Kobayashi.
Now we’ve started something special. We’re actively searching for the great storytellers of Toronto to feature on our stage, where they can share, listen, and captivate. That means we’re searching for you. If you have a story to tell, email us a three (3) line pitch for your ten (10) minute story to firstname.lastname@example.org based on this month’s theme (GHOST STORIES). Please include your contact information so we can get back to you promptly. We can’t wait to hear from you.
A note on Ghost stories: Think of stories told around the campfire, of eerie encounters with spirits, of how you connected with the world beyond death, of a haunting experience unknown, strange and beckoning. Ghost stories are any which deal with spirits, not just the scary ones, so let Toronto hear yours.
We are building this nest with new and old stories and tellers. Feel free to fly over during the evening and chirp with us.