|Ulysses and the Sirens'|
by John William Waterhouse, 1891
By Judith Black © 2012
Red faced, I cried out threateningly “Put that thing away or I will flush it down the toilet!” Kismet (yes, that is what her mother named her) rolled her eyes at me and simply palmed the electronic communication device. For the 100th time I explained:
3. In this space we would listen to and be kind to one another.
“I know her part,” said Kismet. “I know all of them.”
- Don’t make immutable rules
- They can be looking at their cell phones and be in the present!
- In this space, in all spaces we should listen to and be kind to one another.
Featured on stages from the Montreal Comedy Festival to The Smithsonian Institution, to eight features at the National Storytelling Festival, she is the winner of the Oracle Award, storytelling’s most coveted laurel. She teaches two classes annually:
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