The Moth Library - Bob Khosravi

“No one picks on the kid that’s funnier than them.”

Becoming An Artist: Jonathan Santlofer & Bob Khosravi The Moth Podcast
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Story Library

Check out our library of broadcast stories... From the most recently released stories to the first ones ever aired.

17:03
You're So Screwed

by Ryan Knighton

A blind man goes on an adventure to test his senses.

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06:11
Near Mrs.

by Caitlin Myer

Caitlin gets caught sneaking out of the house to hang out with her boyfriend.

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05:50
No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti

by Leah Benson

A woman finds what she hopes is a love letter.

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05:06
Big Walk, Little Feet

by Kathi Kinnear Hill

In 60s Portland, Kathi is forbidden from entering a club pool because she is black

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10:56
Summer Camp

by Meg Wolitzer

A girl at summer camp tries to keep up with her sophisticated fellow campers.

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10:47
Hollywood Calling...But Not Really

by Simon Doonan

Simon Doonan tries out for The Devil Wears Prada but realizes they were interested in more than his acting.

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12:18
Where'd That Apple Go?

by Kemp Powers

Kemp Powers contemplates what makes his son so sensitive.

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13:46
What We Live For

by Duff McKagan

Duff McKagan finds sobriety and meaning in his life after a major health scare.

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10:14
As If I Was Not There

by Peter Pringle

A man faces the death penalty for a crime he did not commit.

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15:00
Before Fergus

by Lynn Ferguson

Lynn Ferguson makes an important choice about her pregnancy.

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08:53
I Grew Up Here

by Daryl McCormack

A young man stands up to his bullies.

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13:15
The Dunnes Store Strikers

by Karen Gearon

A shop worker in Ireland helps bring attention to South African apartheid.

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10:18
The Bounds of Comedy

by Colm O'Regan

A comedian must convince a court that a joke he told was funny.

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10:33
This Church

by Mark Redmond

Mark Redmond works with a homeless shelter in Vermont.

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05:06
Cannot Tell A Lie

by Mel Dockery

An English woman has to answer a tough question on her US citizenship test.

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06:30
The Last Gift

by Alexandra Rosas

A daughter honors her mother's last Christmas wish.

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07:16
A Detroiter in Paris

by Dame Wilburn

Dameon takes a trip to Paris.

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10:31
The Boundless Sky

by Dawn Seymour

A 97 year old woman describes training young men for WWII combat as a WASP.

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06:57
Speechwriter's Lament

by Karen Duffin

Karen Duffin is a speech writer for a powerful CEO when she oversleeps.

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11:01
You Are What You Eat

by Dana Goodyear

A journalist learns when to put herself in her stories.

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