For Connie Regan-Blake, it’s a homecoming. She’s a nationally recognized storyteller who has appeared on “All Things Considered” and performed at the world’s biggest storytelling festivals. She got her start in Chattanooga, Tennessee, at the public library. And on Monday, August 1st at 7 p.m., she will appear at the Public Library downtown and tell more stories.
Listen to the interview.
From the library’s Web site:
In celebration of Connie Regan-Blake’s 40th year as a professional storyteller, join us for a family performance at the library – where it all began! From Appalachian Mountain tales to literary stories & true-life adventures, Connie’s storytelling will entertain, intrigue & delight all. For more information, call 757-5314 and/or visit Connie’s website at http://www.storywindow.com/. Sponsored by: Friends of the Library and The Public Library