Thank you for visiting my storytelling site.
Many people find my stories entertaining, heartwarming and memorable. I hope that
you will too. For me, storytelling combines the intensity of a one person play with the intimacy of a one-on-one conversation.
As an award-winning
author and storyteller
(I won the
Story Slam at the 2010 National Storytelling Conference in Los Angeles,) I specialize in
telling true stories about people who made a difference. I've told stories at
in the Northeastern USA, including
The New-York Historical Society (New York City, NY),
The Clearwater Festival (Croton-on-Hudson, NY),
First Night Saratoga (Saratoga Springs, NY), and
The Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge, MA).
Each of my fourd CDs has won a national storytelling award.
My fourth CD,
Fighting For Our Rights -
American Women Mid-20th Century won a
2015 Storytelling World Honor Award in the category Storytelling Recordings for Listening Pleasure For Any Age. Storytelling World is a fully-refereed journal offered annually through National Storytelling Network’s Storytelling Magazine. Each year, Storytelling World gives awards to the most exciting new stories that audiences of various ages would enjoy hearing and storytelling resources that offer information about the field of storytelling. This double CD set contains seven stories of women fighting for civil rights and women's rights, set during a time when white women could not rent cars, be on juries in many states or get a mortgage no matter how much money they made. African American women could not do many more things.
My third CD,
Young People Who Made a Difference, has been named winner of a
2013 Storytelling World Resource Award
in the adolescent listeners category.
A story on my second CD,
People Who Made a Difference: Volume 1, won a
2010 Storytelling World Honor Award in the category stories for pre-adolescent listeners.
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please be sure to contact me:
8 Sandalwood Drive, Clifton Park, NY 12065-2700 USA
A silly joke:
Where do snowmen keep their money?
In a snowbank.
Kate sharing an impromptu story, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Photo courtesy of
Academy for Lifelong Learning 1-4-17
Photo courtesy of Bernie Fabry