Join eccentric Seattle storytellers Scot Augustson, Kelleen Conway Blanchard, and Bret Fetzer for an evening of strange and delightful tales about animals — saints, sinners, and the moral spectrum in-between. The seventh edition of their Animal Saints & Animal Sinners series finds our storytellers Going in Circles.
Scot Augustson continues his Lives of the Animal Saints series with When is a Stork not a Stork? — Karina Tipple’s life was a mess. (Some folks, not me, might say that Karina herself was a mess). To straighten things out, she tries a spiritual solution. Things quickly get out of hand.
Kelleen Conway Blanchard offers The Town that Cursed the Moon — Sweenville is cursed. Dreadful things happen and have always happened and escape is impossible. As the full moon rises a beast comes to devour. But what does it truly seek to consume in a town that curses the moon?
Bret Fetzer tells the latest of his American fairy tales, The Poor Man and His Mustache — The only thing he owns is his lush, lustrous mustache. Will he give it up to help some old ladies who live in a tree? The Devil may be involved, somehow.
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