Inspired and Inspiring

Tomorrow is the third day of events for HerStories! Andrea King Collier gives a reading at 1:00pm from her award-winning memoir Still with Me: A Daughter’s Journey of Love and Loss (Michigan Notable Book 2004, American Society of Journalists and Authors honorable mention 2004) followed by workshops with emeritus MSU professor Marilyn Mayer Culpepper at […]

Photos: 3/6

Photos from HerStories on March 6 are  now available! View the full set on Flickr. Jean Bolley (standing) from the Lansing Storytellers and Lynette Brown (sitting to Bolley’s right) from the Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame in character as Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Photo by Ashley Guerrant.

Storytelling: 3/6 & 3/13

“Storytelling for all ages” kicks off the first two Saturdays of the HerStories program at 1:00pm at Everybody Reads Bookstore, 2019 E. Michigan Ave. On March 6, Jean Bolley ( Lansing Storytellers) tell tales about women from Michigan history and Lynette Brown (Michigan Women’s Historical Center) comes in character as Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Ena Baker […]

Andrea King Collier

Updated February 17, 2010 Andrea King Collier joins HerStories! She is the author of Still with Me: A Daughter’s Journey of Love and Loss (2003) and lead author of The Black Woman’s Guide to Black Men’s Health (2007). Her reading is scheduled March 20 at 1:00pm. Andrea has been writing and speaking about health and […]

Charles Thornton

Storyteller Charles Thornton joins The HerStories Project! He has graced Lansing at the Old Town Poets gathering over the years. More details about his storytelling adventures are coming in February! Charles is storytelling on March 13 at 1:00pm for a kid-friendly audience.