The story of a DIY hostage rescue operation, in two parts. After a journalist is kidnapped by ISIS, the police don’t launch an official search – leaving friends and family to find him themselves. We follow the rescue mission for four years.
An Australian teenager tries
to make the most boring Facebook group possible – where members pretend to be corporate drones in a non-existent office. Then the grown ups invade.
Nazi Summer Camp
The story of when we had 1193 POW camps on American soil – the questions we asked then and still wrestle with now.
How one man found a way to transform national politics – maybe for decades – by going very local.
Reliving my worst professional
walk of shame, live on stage in New York and broadcast on The Moth.
How did my friend become Spider-Man – a burglar so prolific, with methods so unusual, the cops gave him a superhero nickname?
World's Largest Treehouse
Prompted by a vision, it took 11 years to build, nearly destroyed a marriage, and drew hundreds of thousands to tiny Crossville, TN. Then the government stepped in.
Letters to Each Other
296 strangers write to each other. I write back.
The story of a big group of people with the same questions –difficult, complicated, heartbreaking ones.
We talk storymaking – how to turn way too much information into a narrative audio story.
On the Spring 2017 Pop-Up Tour, I shared the
story of one woman I met during my foray into America's militia movement.
Digital billboards can now do in the real world what Facebook and advertisers do to you online.
Finding the Story When You Know Too Much
No Rules In
The Parking Lot
Lessons from a showdown in a strip mall parking lot in Utah.