Absolutely Fabulist

You’re a freshman in college, sitting in your very first lecture hall with 800 other awkward souls. The course is Greek Mythology, and the wavy-haired professor is talking all of this noise about some captivating god-like dudes and dudettes. However, the guy is just so bo-ring to listen to. If only the material could have been presented like the “Myth Informed” storytelling series. This season’s kickoff program, “The Stories of Signy, Brynhildr, and Guorun,” will feature fabulist Harriet Cole gabbing about Norse heroines in a storyteller’s fashion and not all academia’d out like that tweed-jacket-sporting foolio.
Mon., Sept. 14, 6:30 p.m., 2009
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Steve Jansen
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