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Storyteller Spotlight: Anne Rutherford

The Apple Seed
  • Aug 10, 2016

This three-time first place winner in the NW Folklore Festival's Liar's contest has appeared in all kinds of venues including collapsing tents and on stage with biting ants. Anne Rutherford is a teaching artist in schools with Young Audiences of Oregon, a member of the Portland and Seattle Storytelling guilds and the National Storytelling Network. Having grown up in a small Pennysylvania town she describes as "part Norman Rockwell, part Stephen King", Anne was a lively child who used stories to find her place in the world. This habit of immersing herself in stories has since evolved into an illustrious storytelling career. In this episode, enjoy a conversation with Sam Payne and Anne, as well as a collection of stories and songs including The Habit of Joy, The Blue Remove, An Everyday Hero, Moon Watching with Grandma. Show More...

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