Park your car! All storytelling sessions, your room, and meals are in this one location...the strikingly beautiful campus of Epworth By The Sea! Captivating tours and historic sites. Kayaking; paddleboard; fishing; golf; beautiful bike trails...and the ocean. Come early or stay late and explore the unspoiled natural beauty that is the Golden Isles of Georgia.
DATE: February 16-18, 2019
LOCATION: Epworth By the Sea
Featured Storytellers: Bil Lepp, Regi Carpenter, Donald Davis, Michael Reno Harrell, Andy Offutt Irwin, Emcee
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Bil has been featured 13 times at the National Storytelling Festival, performed at the Smithsonian Folk Life Festival and Comedy Central’s Los Angeles stage. He is an award winning storyteller, writer, author of 3 books, ten audio collections, and a novel. Adept at spinning tales and exaggerating circumstances, Bil is a champion liar filing his stories with morsels of truth shedding light on universal themes.
Recipient of numerous awards, Regi’s stories have been featured on Sirius Radio, Apple Seed Radio, The Moth and NPR. Her tales celebrate the glorious and gut wrenching lives of four generations of Carpenters raised on the St. Lawrence River in upstate New York. Tales of underwater tea parties, drowning lessons and drives to the dump give voice to the multi generations of family life in a small river town.
A featured teller at the Smithsonian Institution, the World’s Fair, festivals and concerts throughout the country and the world; Donald is a prolific author, producer of books and tapes. He has recorded 25 storytelling albums and been a guest host for the National Public Radio’s “Good Evening” and is a former Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the National Storytelling Association.
This veteran storyteller, entertainer and award winning songwriter’s recordings top the American Music Association charts year after year. His stories and songs have been described as “Appalachian grit and wit”. He has been the Teller in Residence at the International Storytelling Center and a featured Teller at the National Storytelling Festival. His performances could compare to his granddaddys’ pocket knife well warn and familiar feeling, but razor sharp and with a point.