This page is mostly about both emphasizing and keeping literature and the art of telling stories alive.

“Stories” seem to be a part of all of us. People have been telling stories for a very long time. One need look no further than the art and symbols found in caves, dated back to around 40,000 years ago.

By introducing the countless number of grand artists: actors, composers, evangelists, poets, singers, songwriters, and mystics. All of them; storytellers who have played such an essential part in shaping our culture, we’re keeping our heritage alive.

Telling our stories, and those who came before us, we’re not only providing a written account of where we are now, but also for generations to come. Our great successes, our gross failures. This is how we grow as a culture and as a society.

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