Da5id's knowledge of literature is extensive, and he has become a familiar voice at Tea Time sessions, and The Dickens Project. Da5id has the notable achievement of having read the only American voice (he is not) in The Hound of the Baskervilles, while the Americans read all the Brit parts - and did so with good cheer!
American Poet Corwyn Allen is a welcome addition to the "Friends of the Library," sharing a love of the literate and the theatrical. And he does a mean Sean Connery impression!
Aoife Lorefield loves reading aloud. She enjoys all kinds of literature, focusing her reading on Ireland, poetry, the lyrical, the mythic, and the fantastic. A writer and educator, she celebrates SL's creative opportunities.
Always unpredictable and irreverent, no subject is too sacred, no cow too holy for Crap not to pull it out, examine it, and bang it on the table a few times before putting it back where he found it - albeit slightly crumpled. Long ago, he swore an oath to write a 100 word story every day until the day he died. He's not dead yet. And no, he NEVER has opinions! http://oneadayuntilthedayidie.com/
We first got to know Fairy through dear Gina, and who knew that Fairy would turn out to be a delightful teller of stories as well? Faerie flutters with delight when the stories are about fairy mischief, adventure, and magical discoveries.
A delightful "Gentleman of the South" with a keen love of Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, as well as stories of his homelands.
With a diverse taste in literature, Gina brings poignant and unique stories to life with understanding and compassion.
Kayden brings a fine appreciation of a good yarn, a fine theatrical tradition, and a personal love of stories from his native Minnesota to share.
SPECIAL FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY~ Past & Present
John has come to storytelling by that most time-honored path: reading to his daughter Gemma! John has a passion for classic literature of a wide variety, and we are pleased to have him join us for everything from Dickens to Kipling.
Some folks call Trolley “Trailer Trash” ‘cause she grew up poor in south Alabama. After Mama died Trolley packed up her things—including Mama’s pearls that Mama told her to never take off so she’d always know that even though she might be poor, she’s a lady—and set out to see the world. Trolley bring more wit and erudition along with her love of literature than you might suppose. Don't judge THIS book by its cover!
Bear rapidly ascended from official cheese clock monitor and resident photographer - reflecting his real life occupation as a photo journalist - to a core member of the Seanchai Storytelling Staff. Bear has a great love for humor, wit, and classic Science Fiction.
Elder's smooth Kentucky accent, like a comforting sip of "Maker's Mark", brings added richness to his readings from both classic and contemporary Americam literature. Elder is currently on sabbatical, but we look forward to welcoming him back very soon.
“The Professor” loves language and history, and is intrigued by the scholarly origins and interconnections of both. Sound dry? Then you haven’t been to one of his sessions. Cædmon shares his energetic, intelligent passion for stories with his audience.
Freda (aka RL author Stephanie Mesler) is an author, poetess, actress and singer who enjoys sharing her passions and adventures with her Second life friends and audiences. Learn more about Freda at http://www.apoetsprogress.com/
Our faithful friend and advisor, who so loves a good story that we finally asked her to act as Host for us. Thank you Herndon, for all your support and generosity!
Marian's exuberance for a great story and her sense of fun lends its contagious energy to all her sessions
Author, musician, and lover of the esoteric, Rosslyn brings a fresh perspective to her subjects and creates an gentle, open atmoshpere for her audience