Ghosts and Ghouls and Tales of Terror!

Hearken all! The storytellers are on the prowl. They will haunt your local libraries and area festivals to send shivers up your spine with awful tales! Once again, the Lehigh Valley Storytellers will send out their members, alone or in pairs, to visit areas as far flung as The Emmaus Public Library in the western Lehigh Valley and Barrett Paradise Friendly Library in the Poconos amd all places in between. Check our calendar in the sidebar on the right to {Read More}

School Days, school days, good ole golden rule days!

Did you keep a summer journal?  Do you have stories from the long, hot summer days?  School has started in some areas.  Let’s hope families head back with a whole portfolio of tales to share with people they have missed all summer.  If you “just stayed home”, you might need to be creative about your summer exploits.  Most teachers don’t ask kids to write about “What I Did this Summer” anymore.  You can, though!  You can go through your memory {Read More}

Extry! Extry! Storytelling -and Charles Kiernan – in the news

Storytelling –  one storyteller, in particular – has been burning up the online presses of the Lehigh Valley and beyond.  A wonderful article featuring Charles Kiernan appeared in The Southsider a week or so ago.  In this Artist in the Spotlight interview, Kiernan tells it like it is – giving a wonderful explanation for the importance of storytelling in today’s world.   Read it here. The Southsider followed Kiernan’s interview with an article on the Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild’s Story Circle {Read More}

Story Circle- Fabulous, Fun and Free!

Every month – except for August – on the second Wednesday of the month, we gather at Godfrey Daniels, 7 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015, at 7:30 pm, and share stories.  Sometimes, the stories are about our lives – that car accident, that fall from grace, (or from a great height), that teacher who changed our lives, pets we have loved.  These stories are comical, tragic, and once in a while, transformative. Sometimes, the stories are folk tales or {Read More}