Creative Memphis Podcast

Josh Campbell, Storyteller of Spillit Memphis talks about his history and growth towards storytelling, Memphis cultural growth, Memphis history, and the unnecessary divide between East Memphis and Midtown. You'll also get to hear about his controversial view on This American Life *gasp*.

  • Spillit is true, unscripted stories told in front of a live audience in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Spillit events are held quarterly and each event has a theme.
  • Stories last ten minutes and must have a beginning, a middle, an end, and some sort of moral to tie it together.
  • Some are hilarious, others contemplative, heartbreaking, suspenseful, and some reflective.
  • Anyone can tell a story! Themes are announced months in advance.
Heroes June 13th -
Identity Crisis June 20th -
Facebook -
Twitter -
iTunes -

Crosstown Arts -
Ryan Azada -
Leah Keys -
Spillit 2013 successfully Kickstarted campaign -
To Submit stories for Spillit EMAIL HERE -

The Moth -
George Dawes Green -

Spillit by Wendy Trenthem :You’ve Got Mail” -

Josh Campbell, storyteller -
...And Thar You Got Wax, A Drama Boy Encore.
Free Admission
Saturday, July 19 at 7:00pm - 8:40pm
Broad Ave Arts District - Water Pavillion

Maria Montesorri Memphis -
Maria Montesorri wikipedia -
This American Life -

Nashville TV show -
East Memphis -,_Memphis,_Tennessee

Our headphones -

Hog and hominy -
Second Line -
Restaurant Iris -
Bari -
Hattilo Theater -
Texas de Brazil -

Memphis Culture (50+ Initiatives) -
Metal Museum -
Memphis College of Art -

Yolo -
Tamp & Tap -
Chiwawa -

The Rainforest -

Hyphen Marketing -
Mayor’s Innovation Team -

An American Plague -

Ignite Memphis -
Spillit @ Ignite -
Undercurrent -
Emerge Memphis -
Forge -
Co-work -
Start Co. -
Dixon Gallery -
Food Truck Fridays -
Shelby Farms -
History -
Greenline -

Direct download: CreativeMemphis_Episode004_JoshCampbell.mp3
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