Festival Etiquette

Written by Kim McCloskey

"Life be not so short but that there is always time for courtesy." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Festival Reflections: Lies, Laughs, and Life

Written by Christina Sanders

Another storytelling festival has come to an end, and we’re left to share the stories, laughs and lessons with our family and friends. Stories offer many takeaways if you’re looking for them. Below are just a few mixed in with the lies, laughs and life lessons.

5 Questions for Kate Campbell

By Kim McCloskey and Madeleine Hamblin

A great southern writer Eudora Welty once said, “Southerners love a good tale. They are born reciters, great memory retainers, diary keepers, letter exchangers . . . great talkers” and it’s clear that Kate Campbell loves a good tale.

Festival Tips for 2015

Written by Kim McCloskey

Here are some tips to help you get most out of your 2015 Timpanogos Storytelling Festival experience.

5 Questions for Tim Lowry

Written by Courtney Burns

Ringling was my first introduction to show business and I still LOVE the circus. What a great metaphor for life—the highwire (life is all about balance), the lion tamer (life is dangerous, best to know that going in), the acrobats (strength is good, but grace is even better), and clowns (Smile! Count it all joy, and smile!).

5 Questions for Jim May

Written by Kim McCloskey

If you go to this year's festival looking for a seasoned storyteller with a rich, resonant voice who focuses on family, then Jim is your man.