Tag Archives: storytelling

“Come Set a Spell” Gearing up to Restart!

Back by popular demand – “Come Set a Spell,” the live storytelling and readings from Marideth’s various novels including book one of the Seed Mother, will return to the Yellow House Friday, March 25, beginning at 7 p.m., 904 Trish … Continue reading

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Come Sit a Spell

Howdy. I suppose you’re wondering why I called you here today. I’ve been singing, writing and telling stories about these Ozarks hills for a very long time, collecting pieces of the culture, music, and always poignant, sometimes hilarious and often inexplicable … Continue reading

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These Ozark Hills

This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. Here we are in May already, and the persistence of low temperatures and April showers that have overstayed their welcome have left us with as many complaints as celebrations. All this long … Continue reading

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Yarnspinner Media

Long ago, in a village not very far away, there lived a family who produced a remarkable number of grocers and postmasters. I did not turn out to be one of them. I took after the other side of the … Continue reading

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The Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly U.S. World Tour

Prologue- There are probably still one or two people here and there who don’t know this story and how it started. There are probably quite a few more that have already heard more than they want to about it. But … Continue reading

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