Performers

Potluck Performer Spotlight: Stephanie Noll

Stephane Noll is a writer and teacher living in Austin. Her work has appeared in Modern Loss, Motherwell, and is forthcoming in the Ocotillo Review. She’s told stories at Listen to Your Mother, Story Department, Backyard Story Night, the Tellers, and Story Bar. Stephanie is the founder of Old Books for New Teachers, an organization that helps new teachers build classroom libraries.

Tonight, Stephanie will be telling her story about working her way through college in Help Wanted.

Performers

Potluck Performer Spotlight: Adam Membrey

Adam Membrey is a special education teacher who takes pride in being half-Australian and full-Dork. Born and raised in Spokane, WA, he feels a weird twinge whenever he doesn’t meet his 10,000 steps goal every day, but has learned the value of having ice cream and waffles for dinner. His head is full of unfinished movie ideas, digressive blog posts, and poorly-worded jokes, some of which show up on his website, adammembrey.com.

Tonight, Adam will bring to the stage his story of learning that what we want from others doesn’t always look like we think it will in his piece The Tools We Share.

Performers

Potluck Performer Spotlight: ​Aralyn Hughes

​Aralyn Hughes has a feature documentary about her life entitled LOVE IN THE SIXTIES. It tells the story as to why CBS called Aralyn, Austin’s Queen of Weird. While this documentary about her life was coming together, Hughes published an anthology called “Kid Me Not” documenting the stories of “women from the ’60s, in their 60s who chose not to have children.”

Join us Thursday for Aralyn’s story about college, sororities, and the 60’s titled, “What Are the Rules?”

Check out Aralyn’s Website (where you can buy her feature documentary), Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn.