Discover some of what makes The King’s English one of the most unique and inviting bookstores anywhere.
An Introduction to the Wasatch Front Storytelling Scene with Guests: Candace J. Thomas, author of the Young Adult series Vivatera, radio and podcast personality Richie Steadman, opera guest Dr. Anthony Buck, Artistic Director of the Grand Theatre in SLC Seth Miller, and Warren Workman, founder of the Utah Film Festival and Utah Film Awards.
“We are all storytellers. We all live in a network of stories. There isn’t a stronger connection between people than storytelling.”
― Jimmy Neil Smith, founder of the international storytelling center in Tennessee
This first episode of “In the Telling” is sponsored by The King’s English Bookshop in Salt Lake City. Discover some of what makes The King’s English one of the most unique and inviting bookstores anywhere.
With consignment opportunities, book clubs, discounts for educators, book fairs, author boot camps for teens and tweens, and consistent support for Utah authors, The King’s English Bookshop is an important local storytelling hub. Check it out on the corner of 15th south and 15th east in Salt Lake City.
Theme music by Gordon Vetas. “In the Telling” is hosted and produced by me, Liz Christensen.
The episode extra is the full “In the Telling” theme, with lyrics, as composed and sung by Gordon Vetas.