Make room for an evening of stories and songs at the Clubhouse on Highland at InSpero's Third Annual Magic City Storytellers. You'll hear from a firefighter storyteller, the owner of the Museum of Fond Memories, and as WBHM described, a musician who has an “old soul with a millenial’s heart.”
We're starting earlier (6 p.m.) so you can enjoy more time on the patio for wine and cheese, beer and appetizers. Performances begin at 7 p.m. Intermission features a coffee bar by The Neighborhood Brew and desserts (break-up cookies....oh my...if you've never had them...) from Church Street Coffee and Books.
Did we say there's limited seating at this beautiful, historic Birmingham home and venue? Reserve tickets here.
Here's our 2017 line-up of local Birmingham writers, poets, and singer-songwriters:
InSpero believes in the power of beauty--through stories, songs, setting, people--to bring hope and healing to our city. We are grateful to donors Ricky and Marjean Brooks and the following sponsors who have helped us make this a magical evening within reach of all who want to attend.
We were stirred by Jonathan's discussion of territories vs. hierarchies as it relates to artists and writers. As a writer himself, he encourages creators to push past the tendency to compare and tend to their own journeys as creators.