Regional Events in 2021
Stone Soup Storytelling Festival
Woodruff, SC (864) 476-8770.
Mountain Echoes Festival: A Homecoming
Clyde, NC. (828) 627-4544.
Stories on Asheville’s Front Porch
Asheville, NC (828) 450-5462
Saturdays, June–August (Returning in 2021)
National Storytelling Festival
Jonesborough, TN. (800) 952-8392.
First Full Weekend in October
The Storytelling Festival of Carolina (Returning in 2021)
Laurenburg, NC (910) 291-0929.
Asheville Folk Art Center, Blue Ridge Parkway.
Sunday before Thanksgiving
Sponsored by Asheville Storytelling Circle, Southern Highlands Craft Guild, and the National Storytelling Network.
Chuck Fink dove into the art of storytelling at age 64. He has appeared in numerous shows throughout the Asheville area and Jonesborough TN, telling personal stories filled with angst, drama and a healthy dose of humor. … Continue reading →
Catherine Yael is a native of Asheville and spent much of her life in Western North Carolina– most recently in Waynesville. She is a product of a private Catholic girls’ academy education and degrees granted by 5 public and private … Continue reading →
The Singer of Stories, Donna Marie Todd is a professional storyteller, singer, writer and teaching artist. She provides programs, workshops and retreats for conferences, schools, and churches. Expect to hear fabulous singing when she visits – she received her vocal … Continue reading →
Charlie has been telling stories to family and friends all of his life, but publicly for the past twelve years. All of his stories are true . . . some of them actually happened! His stories are humorous or thoughtful, … Continue reading →
The Storytelling Sims are Humorists, Historians & Tandem Tellers. This charming couple entertains with tales from Tradition, Legend, Lore, Literature & Life. 24 consecutive years performing at the nationally renowned “Florida Folk Festival;” 15 years stepping aboard St. Johns Riverkeeper … Continue reading →
The Storytelling Arts Center of the Southeast by jury declared Shealy – the Bold-Faced Liar Champion. With a twinkle in his eye, Shealy said, “of course I embellished the truth slightly.” The Mountain Xpress said in their opinion “Shealy exaggerates … Continue reading →
Michael Reno Harrell hails from the Southern Appalachians, where storytelling is a tradition. An award winning songwriter and storyteller, Michael was the kid who begged “Tell me what it was like.” Humor carried those old timers through a hard existence … Continue reading →