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29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling

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 Michael Kerins This popular, award-winning Scottish storyteller and children’s author joins us from Glasgow. Born to a large family, he became accustomed to the use of precise but uncomplicated language, as both his parents were registered blind, and his own imagination was nurtured by his father’s storytelling.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Elizabeth Rowe Zooming in from Oceanside, Long Island, New York, Elizabeth will share her storytelling journey that has been inspired by family, informed by ghosts and enriched by mythology and folklore.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 RALPH CHADIS "Not Your Typical Bard", observes his birthday by telling tales he can really sink his teeth into. Some stories just take longer than eight minutes, and these are about stong women who would not be undone.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

 TIM GREENWOOD hails from the Great White North – Canada – where he has been telling stories in guilds, festivals and occasionally immersed in local ice holes for 20 years. Tonight he’ll share tales from great 20th Century Canadian Humorist Stephen Leacock, called Canada’s Mark Twain, as well as personal stories.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Alan Hoal is a highly energetic and animated Southern storyteller who has taken home numerous storytelling awards. He has a diverse repertoire from the hilarious, to the frightening, and the heartwarming and inspirational.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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 Mary Jo Maichack from Lenox, MA, is both a professional singer and a Storyteller. She's been performing full-time for 31 years, from your local hay bale to major festival stages, from San Francisco to Vienna, Austria. She's warm-hearted and funny, and has released two National award-winning Storytelling CDs as well.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis
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 Three GOSlings (i.e., three of the highly-evolved beings behind The Story Space curtain) have decided to hog the spotlight for our 58th Online show. It's been quite a year plus, and boy, have we got stories, too! Fasten your seatbelts for Barbara Aliprantis, Mike Cohen, and Joe Pagliuca!
Hosted By: Tony Toledo  
 Betty Goldstein is a Moth Winner, with published stories in Reader’s Digest’s "The Best Life Stories" and "What Was I Thinking? 58 Bad Boyfriend Stories". She's also had a story (and a play) produced for the stage in Los Angeles. This rare Visitor from La La Land is a Don't Miss!
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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 Jeff Gere was the Official Storyteller of the City & County of Honolulu. Before coming to Hawaii to study Asian Theater Arts, Jeff lived on 3 Continents, doing Exp. Theater. But, as a poor Grad Student with a family, he turned to Storytelling to pay his bills. His Talk Story Festival is now in its 32nd year.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus
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 Lyn Ford is grateful for her roots in spoken-word art and the creative narrative passed down through her Affrilachian family. Lyn is an award-winning writer, an Ohio Teaching Artist, and a proud member of the National Association of Black Storytellers’ Circle of Elders.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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 Mo Reynolds travels around Montana, leading workshops about connecting personal narratives with the folk & fairy tales that we've known for years. Mo will perform some stories, and then guide us through a fun session of coming up with unusual story pairings that you might never have imagined went together.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens
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 Lorna MacDonald Czarnota is known for her work with At-Risk youth. An award-winning Storyteller and Author, Lorna has been delighting audiences with her traditional and original stories throughout the U.S. since 1985. She specializes in historical presentations, and has also performed in Canada, Ireland, and India.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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 Jessica Piscitelli Robinson Founder of "Better Said Than Done", has performed at The Nat'l Women's Equality Monument, The Miracle Theater, the Internat'l Storytelling Festival, on “Stories from the Stage”, in NSN’s Connected Conference, at the Women’s Storytelling Festival, & co-authored "Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors".
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  

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