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Storytelling virtuoso Bobette Buster on the art of the anecdote.

Joan Didion once said that we tell ourselves stories in order to live. From first date stories to the well-practiced dinner party anecdote, stories are ways of forging a connection with others—and having fun while we do it. Kentucky native Bobette Buster—an author and storytelling virtuoso whose skills are enlisted by Hollywood heavyweights like Pixar—has built a career on deconstructing this age-old art. She shares advice on how to craft a story with emotional resonance, how to walk the delicate

  • Words:
    Pip Usher
  • Photograph:
    Gustav Almestål
  • Styling:
    Andreas Frienholt

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  • Words:
    Pip Usher
  • Photograph:
    Gustav Almestål
  • Styling:
    Andreas Frienholt
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