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Category: Stories

Exceptional storytellers have added a unique dimension to our programs. Month after month, Barry Stewart Mann sent us one of his beautifully crafted stories; and each month Shelley Fraser Mickle told one of her incomparable stories rooted in her Southern childhood. Along the way we also heard from Boston’s famed storyteller, the late Brother Blue, and from the Wampanoag’s Princess Red Wing, a direct descendant of King Philip, who met the Pilgrims and helped them through their first winter.

Good Grief the Leaf

New seasons mean change, but sometimes we just want to stay where we were. Barry Stewart Mann, the winner of this year’s National Storyteller of the Year Contest, held in Columbus, Ohio over the Labor Day weekend, has a story about this. It’s called “Good Grief, the Leaf.”