A new monthly story telling event at Elinor. Volume 2: Friday February 21st Volume 3: Thursday March 26th Volume 4: Friday April 24th 7pm Curated by Steven Deeble
A new monthly story telling event at Elinor.
Volume 2: Friday February 21st
Volume 3: Thursday March 26th
Volume 4: Friday April 24th
Curated by Steven Deeble & Melanie Riecke Hiller
for bio and more info about Steven visit https://www.stevendeeble.com/welcome-readers/about-steven-deeble/
VOLUME 2 “Just. Good. Stories.”
From ‘The Moth’
Neecol Resnin is a captivating storyteller, author, and speaker. Her stories tell of her journey from abject poverty, through multiple suicide attempts, and utter despair, to a life of dreams, destiny, and
fulfillment. She escaped the ghetto to an Ivy League education, masters degrees in clinical psychology and business, and a satisfying career as a Children's Social Worker. She lives in Los Angeles with four adopted special needs children.
Neecol is the president and founder of Born for More.
From Joe Frank’s KCRW/NPR Radio Shows
Michael Meloan’s work has appeared in Wired, Huffington Post, Buzz, LA Weekly and in many anthologies. With Joe Frank, he co-wrote a number of radio shows that aired across the NPR syndicate.
His Wired short story ‘The Cutting Edge’ was optioned twice for film. He was an interview subject in the documentaries ‘Bukowski: Born Into This’ and ‘Joe Frank: Somewhere Out There.’ He also co-authored the novel “The Shroud’ with his brother Steven.
From KPCC’s ‘Unheard LA’
Vickie Wippel, a freelance writer, has lived in Long Beach for nearly 20 years. She has also told stories for KPCC’s Unheard LA, Long Beach Community Theatre, and Long Beach Searches for the Greatest Storyteller.
John Mick Hoglund attended a storytelling event at a local bookstore where he was moved to take the stage to share his personal experiences. So began the rise of one Long Beach’s storytelling talents. A regular at storytelling events across Southern California, Mick is proud to be a local educator. He also loves to drive
the streets of Long Beach in a 70s Datsun.
Following the featured storytellers, there will be an open mic.
If you would like to be a speaker at this or future Riveted events, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Elinor is located behind and attached to MADE by Millworks with an alley entrance at 250 North Tribune Court.
Free 2 hour parking is located in the public parking garage on 3rd street behind Harvey Milk Plaza (no validation required)
Elinor features beer, wine, cider, hard kombucha, craft sodas and cold brew coffee from independent, local and/or women owned brands.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
250 N. Tribune Ct., Long Beach, California CA