Stremba
& Company
 
 

Storyman Live!

DID YOU MISS TELLABRATION 2016
the local Baltimore edition?


That's "miss" as in emotionally missing something.

If you think you missed noticing it and therefore missed experiencing it, well, you didn't. The event never appeared on any calendar because it didn't actualize.

If you missed it in the emotional sense—you had been waiting for it, looking ahead for some announcement of it, and are gravely disappointed that it did not come to pass once again, do let us know, one way or other. Not that it will effect any changes—storytellers age and fade, you know—just for me to know whether anyone noticed, and grieved a bit. Eh?

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JUST HOW SMART?

"Just smart enough to know that we fall short of how smart we'd wish to be."

    Molly Young, The New York Times, 31 January 2016

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WHAT'S
YOUR INTEREST IN
STORYTELLING?


Making a story out of personal experience?
Putting new life into an old folktale?
Re-doing myths, fables, legends?
Recounting an historic event?
Doing a profile of a remarkable character?



UNFORTUNATELY, the group of storying folks that used to convene once monthly, ten months of the year—
a group that went by the name "Fourth At Four"—
begun in the mid-1990s, most recently met at Pickersgill in Towson—UNFORTUNATELY that group won't be meeting again in 2016, and may not be meeting regularly (if at all) in 2017. Over twenty years of activity, well, there's bound to come a change. Arteries clog up.

QUESTIONS? Don't be shy.
Go to Contact Page on this site to reach
Matthew-Daniel Stremba.

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Silence is God's primary language;
everything else is a poor translation.
    Thomas Keating, priest of the Catholic Church