Podcast: "The Lost Church" (Spooky Story)

Friday, December 23, 2016

Hudson Moving Into Western Oklahoma Post New Year

Storyteller and author Marilyn A. Hudson will be moving into western Oklahoma post January 1, 2017.  Be sure and contact her via marilynahudson@yahoo.com for information about storytelling or author talks in the areas of: Cordell and Clinton.

She has programs suitable for libraries and schools as well as community and church groups.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

"The Ghost Teller" To Perform During Downtown Norman Fall Festival

Marilyn A. Hudson, as 'The Ghost Teller' will share spooky tales in a family friendly event at the Norman Depot Art Gallery as part of the multi-block NORMAN FALL FESTIVAL festivities on Friday, Oct. 28, 2016 from 6 -9. 

Suitable for children, enjoyable for everyone, come enjoy the stories on a 'drop-in' basis during the evening filled with wonderful activities. 

Come enjoy a 'BOOtiful Night of Stories!' with Marilyn A. Hudson, 'The Ghost Teller'.


Saturday, May 7, 2016

Hudson Performing During SOSF, Sat. June 11


Marilyn A. Hudson will be joining two other tellers for a mini-concert during the Festival on Sat. June 11, 11:15-12:15. Location still to be announced.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Add Something Special to Your Community Event


Oct. 20, Holdenville, OK - How To Share Picture Books with Young Children



A perfect workshop for parents, grandparents, child care providers, volunteers, and anyone who would like to encourage a love of reading and improve literacy in their community. Attendees will learn how to select, use, and expand the fun of a book with young children.
 
Place: Barnard Memorial UMC, Community Room, 8th & Gulf, Holdenville, Ok
Time: 7:00 p.m. to about 8:30 p.m.
Cost: This program is free and open to the public. To reserve space call the church office at 405-379-2439

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Basics of Storytelling in Holdenville, OK Sept. 30

Oklahoma storyteller, library professional, and author, Marilyn A. Hudson, will offer a "Basics of Storytelling" to community members at Barnard Memorial United Methodist Church, 8th and Gulf Streets, at 7 p.m.to 8:30 p.m.. , Wed. Sept. 30, 2015. There is no charge for this brief workshop.


Attendees will learn the basics of finding, learning, and sharing a story orally to a variety of audience types and ages. Storytelling is an ancient art form being rediscovered for use in boardrooms, pulpits, classrooms, small groups, and the home.

As a storyteller, she has served two terms on the Board of Directors of the state storytelling organization, The Territory Tellers, and has traveled the state sharing stories in libraries, schools and community events. She is the author of "Stories Center Stage", a history of modern storytelling in Oklahoma and "Off the Page!" a how-to book for those who share stories with small children. She has shared stories at various events including, "Wintertales', "The Spirit of Oklahoma Storytelling Festival', 'The Oklahoma City Storytelling Festival', and 'Tejas: The Texas Storytelling Festival'. 

Marilyn A. Hudson has  also had over a hundred articles published newspapers and periodicals, authors several blogs.  Additionally, she is co-author of the action-packed horror novel, The Mound" (2011) and this year released her true crime collection called , "Into Oblivion" (2015).  Other titles include, "The Bones of Summer: A Collection of Chilling Tales";  'Elephant Hips Are Expensive', a children's book,  "One Night Club and a Mule Barn',  'Those Pesky Verses of  Paul' , "Noel Brooks: a Life Shining and Burning" and 'When Death Rode the Rails'.  She is currently working on a collection of true stories related to the early, and rowdy, days of Oklahoma City.

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