Salt Stories: "Togue of a Tale”
Nine groups of Salt Institute for Documentary Studies students went around the state this past winter looking for short stories to share. Part 2 looks at why a group on Jordan Bay calls it "fishing" rather than "catching."
"What to do when the fish aren't biting? This isn't a problem for a tight-knit group out for a day of ice fishing on Jordan Bay. For David Blanchard, Thomas Cobb, Daniel Leeman, and their children, a good day of ice fishing is measured by the quality of the social company. The antics above the ice are far more important than the fish down below. " — Producers Michael W. Hicks and Emily Kwong
Salt Stories features the work of students at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, a 15-week educational program training aspiring writers, radio producers, and photographers in the art of nonfiction storytelling.