This is an installment of our occasional series, “Storytellers” – short stories, essays, and poems from metro Atlantans.
In this installment, we have a story of love. Sometimes, romantic dreams serve us well. But sometimes, we need to leave them behind in order to move on with life. Storyteller Shannon Turner picks it up from there.
This is an installment of our “Storytellers” series–personal, first-person narratives from metro Atlantans.
Chris Alonzo is a storyteller, playwright and musician. When Chris’s family spoke about his late Grandfather Patricio, the stories were always bad. To his horror, as he got older, Chris’s relatives revealed that he was just like Patricio. In this story he talks about dealing with what he’s inherited
Here's the first installment of a new occasional series, “Storytellers," This is an installment of our occasional series, “Storytellers” – short stories, essays, and poems from metro Atlantans.
Randy Osborne co-runs Carapace, a monthly gathering live storytelling without notes in Midtown Atlanta. We asked him to share a story about springtime, and he told us this quiet, thoughtfully-paced tale of surprising connections with family and strangers—and the bonds that exist beneath the surface.