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Deborah Dunleavy
Deborah Dunleavy

The Crystal: A sweet Christmas story

Brockville storyteller Deborah Dunleavy shares a childhood Christmas story about her grandfather's homemade candy canes.  Go to full article
Storyteller Deborah Dunleavy
Storyteller Deborah Dunleavy

The Crystal: A story of love with a ghostly twist

Deborah Dunleavy, a storyteller based in Brockville, Ontario, is telling us a story a month as a part of our series, "The Crystal". Today, a story of true love with a ghostly twist.  Go to full article
Deborah Dunleavy
Deborah Dunleavy

A spooky story for the season

What would Halloween be without a spooky story? Brockville professional storyteller Deborah Dunleavy visited NCPR recently to share a favorite tale about Aaron Kelly's return from the grave for one more dance.  Go to full article

Giving Voice: Live poetry jam on Open Studio

This Giving Voice segment was recorded live before a studio audience in the Winston Room of the St. Lawrence University Student Center in Canton NY. Host Dale Hobson leads a poetry jam with readings by poets Robert Strong, Helen Condon, Peggy Mooers, Mary Beth Kikel, and Jacalyn Gniewek. The theme is poetry about the arts and the creative process.  Go to full article

Deadly Diligence

Performed in Malone, NY by Irate Primates for UpNorth Music. December 7, 2006  Go to full article

Mobile Poetics

Performed in Malone, NY by Irate Primates for UpNorth Music. December 7, 2006  Go to full article

Frankensteiner

Performed in Malone, NY by Irate Primates for UpNorth Music. December 7, 2006  Go to full article
Franklin Manor, Walle Conoly, ill.
Franklin Manor, Walle Conoly, ill.

A Franklin Manor Christmas, part 1

Paul Willcott of Saranac Lake reads his original Adirondack holiday story set in a down-at-heels former cure cottage and monastery occupied by a lonesome ex-professor. His grumpy solitude is troubled by ghosts, runaways, and a variety of everyday neighborhood angels.  Go to full article
Susan and The Professor, Walle Conoly, ill.
Susan and The Professor, Walle Conoly, ill.

A Franklin Manor Christmas, part 2

Paul Willcott of Saranac Lake reads his original Adirondack holiday story set in a down-at-heels former cure cottage and monastery occupied by a lonesome ex-professor. His grumpy solitude is troubled by ghosts, runaways, and a variety of everyday neighborhood angels.  Go to full article
Storyteller Karen Glass. Burdett Parks photo
Storyteller Karen Glass. Burdett Parks photo

Esther, a Girl With a Dream, a story by Karen Glass

Keene Valley storyteller Karen Glass weaves stories about women around music by Dan Duggan in her collection, Phoebe's Garden and Other Stories of Strong Women, newly out from Esperance Studios in Red Creek, NY. Her story "Esther, a girl with a dream," features Dan Duggan playing the traditional tune Inishere.  Go to full article

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