Some of you may have noticed that I removed this page from my revamped website and probably offered no explanation. Let me rectify that.
During this past summer, Storyteller's Cottage in Simsbury, Connecticut—a place for readers and writers, for children and adults, and one of the most imaginative ventures ever, became another victim of the pandemic.
Storyteller's relied on personal interactions—I read there several times, both alone and in groups with other authors. I even had a podcast on their website. There were themed children's activities and writing workshops. Anything that involved the written word was fair game. But personal interactions in the era of Covid-19 and social distancing are no longer parts of our daily lives, and so Storyteller's has morphed into itself.
But it's not gone!
The energy and originality remain, and it's all here for you in the new world of safety and distance. Sign up—it's free— and learn what can still be done with the written word in the plague year.