Listen To Your Mother – Twin Cities 2014 – Call For Submissions

Listen To Your Mother Twin Cities launched last year. We listened to stories from over a dozen women from the Twin Cities. Funny and heartfelt stories about their moms or about their own experiences as a mother.

(photo courtesy of Jen Liv Photography)

(photo courtesy of Jen Liv Photography)

We laughed and cried and nodded “Me too!” before a crowd of nearly 600 people at the Riverview Theatre in Minneapolis.


It was a magical way to celebrate motherhood and honor Mother’s Day.


And nearly eight months later their stories still resonate with me. And I can now call all of our readers my friends.  And I wish I could just listen to our amazing cast read again….but alas we cannot do that.


And since we have now announced that our 2nd annual Listen To Your Mother Show will happen in the Twin Cities on May 8,2014 – well, we need a new cast.


That’s where you come in. You don’t have to be a published author, experienced public speaker, have a blog, or even correct sentence structure all the time(shhhh…). You just need to have a story to share – about motherhood. Whether you are a mom, know a mom, have a mom, or hang out with moms – just share your story with us around the central theme of motherhood. Show us your funny or bring on the tears – we want to hear you.


And we are listening.


Click on the link for the details of how to submit your essay to Listen To Your Mother – Twin Cities. Submissions will be accepted until February 3rd.


And if you don’t want to share your story with us(because everyone has at least one story to share), won’t you please join us at the Riverview on May 8th this year as we celebrate motherhood together. I promise that we’ll show you a good time.


Continuing following us at the Listen To Your Mother Twin Cities website for more information on auditions, cast, tickets and sponsorship information.


And we will see you in May!

About Tracy

My name is Tracy Morrison and I live in sunny Minnesota. I'm neither British nor a nun - I'm just a Midwesterner with a headache. This is mainly a humor and lifestyle blog that documents the lighter side of parenting. I am an ex-corporate ladder climber turned freelance writer, social media manager, world traveler, and marathon runner. I would love for you to contact me at

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  1. says

    I’m secretly hoping that nobody submits ANYTHING so you have to call all of us back 🙂

    KIDDING. I’m sure you’re swamped with words, and I am insanely excited (and yes, a bit jealous) for the magic that a new batch of LTYM readers are about to experience.

    Being part of the show changed my life. And me. In such good ways.

    Cannot WAIT to hear the new stories.
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