The Howl at the Moon URBAN STORIES FESTIVAL is a two-day storytelling event celebrating West Palm Beach, Florida - what was, what is, what could be.
We'll share experiences, celebrate diversity, and find common ground.
In harmony with these goals, the festival will also support literacy.
Through stories in the form of:
poetry / rap / spoken word
oral histories / journalism
speakers / workshops / panels
photography / other visual arts
music / other performing arts
and also food
we hope to learn from each other and build a stronger community.
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Serena Schreiber started life in Brooklyn, New York, but has lived in Miami, London and Germany. She writes middle grade fiction, short stories about the mythical island of FALSE KEY, FLORIDA, and all-too-real climate change affecting Florida.
Kathy Thomas writes words and music, swims, hikes, reads, rides, jams bluegrass, and believes in the individual voice. She lives and works in Stuart, Florida.