Miss the Boat!

/mis/ /T͟Hē/ /bōt/

missed the boat

What Does it Mean?

1. to miss out (on something); to be ignorant (of something).

2. to have made an error; to be wrong.

3. to be too late to get something that you want

We are looking for stories of missed opportunities and major mistakes. Tell us about a time you missed out on true love or the job of your dreams or an important flight. Or maybe you actually missed a boat! Ever been on a cruise ship that left you at the port? Ever walked away from something/someone great by mistake? Ever been late to something that later changed your life? We want to know about it for Miss the Boat coming up in April!

We Want to Hear Your Story. Seriously. You have until tomorrow, Friday March 29th at 5 PM to send them in!

If you need some inspiration listen to “Missed the Boat” by Modest Mouse!

Get ready for Miss the Boat at the MAC on April 23! Be sure to get your tickets early to save $5!

Story from “One Night Stand” featuring Ryan Creery

Theme: “One Night Stand”
Storyteller: Ryan Creery

Ryan Creery’s casual screw morphs into a damaging reality check.

Make sure to follow our RSS, Podcasts, Social Media (Facebook & Twitter) streams and now our YouTube Channel to stay up to date on the published stories. So if you missed out on any of the past shows, you finally get your chance to catch up on the action.

Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Karen Soltero

Soltero

Lover of the sounds of keys tapping on a keyboard, thunderstorms and newcomer to the Oral Fixation stage. 

Karen Soltero is writing a memoir on sibling loss called Me Without You.  She pens a blog (www.thebrunettechronicles.com) and had the honor of attending the Breadloaf Writer’s Conference.  Karen co-owns Crowbar Cardio in Dallas.  She volunteers for the Brady Campaign (Gun Violence Prevention) and Compassionate Friends, a bereaved parent and sibling organization. Read more

Our Eyes Are Fixed On: James Dolan

Dolan

Psychotherapist, lover of Dallas and newcomer to the Oral Fixation Stage

James Dolan is a lifelong resident of Oak Cliff, Texas.  He is a psychotherapist, fiction writer, member of the Writer’s Garret, Pushcart nominated poet, sometime film actor, swimmer, bike racer, husband, father.  A strange thing to say, but he loves Dallas, and Oak Cliff even more.

In James’s Opinion:

Best book read in the last decade: The Road by Cormac McCarthy, which I thought was staggering.

One thing you miss about being a kid: Tree climbing.

Favorite Dallas hangout: My front porch.

If you could meet anyone alive or dead, who: Carl Jung.

Be sure to catch James Dolan’s incredible story at Under the Gun at the MAC on March 26th!  AND

Don’t forget to buy your tickets online to save $5! 

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