Thursday, September 20, 2012

The Moth Presents Kambri Crews: A Blind Ear

For those not familiar, The Moth is an acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. They're a great group of folks who genuinely love helping people from all walks of life share their stories. 

I was honored to be part of a Mainstage Show they produced in Saranac Lake and even more thrilled when they decided to air it on their podcast.  (Listen on their site here: Kambri Crews: A Blind Ear)

I was excited they agreed to add it to their YouTube channel and close caption it for all to enjoy. Here it is:


6 comments:

Ann said...

Lovely yet terrifying story of your dad. Relationships are often very separate things between parents and children in an amazing way of grace. A parent often does not view his/her children the same as his /her spouse, no matter how friendly or acrimonious the marital relationship.

Loved your story, such honesty is disturbing but refreshing in a good sense.

Ann_C

Kambri Crews said...

Thank you, Ann.

Anonymous said...

I just bought your book for my Kindle and couldn't stop. Your story and the way you told it was very entertaining. You are inspiring and it is good to know you survived your crazy childhood. I check your blog frequently to hear updates on your dad, so don't forget us who are interested in how he is doing, and you as well.

A fan, Susan M.

Kambri Crews said...

Thank you, Susan. I'm gonna share your note with my dad, too. He needs to hear that people think of him. :o)

Appreciate the note and your reading my book!

Chloe Tse said...

I looked you up after I listened to your story on The Moth. I just want to let you know that I am moved by such an emotional, powerful and well-told story. I am glad you got through it and still be close to your father.

Kambri Crews said...

Thank you, Chloe! Today is his birthday so getting your note today was especially awesome. Have a great weekend!