Storytellers Mimi Rockwell and Terry Benz were featured at the Sept. 13 Art Of Story IV at the Library. Terry started the afternoon off explaining he liked to tell stories about heroes, courage, and "girls who smell good." He first told a story about his childhood friend, Jenny, who appeared and disappeared during his young life. He then told about another neighborhood friend, Penelope, who possessed incredible courage and eventually became "Sweet Penelope."
Mimi also told two original stories. The first was "Becoming Mimi," about how she hated her given name until she found out its meaning of "power" and "Queen." She then told about how her father won a movie camera and projector, a box of film, a portable screen that rolled up in a tube, and a Buster Keaton comedy and a Mickey Mouse cartoon during the Depression of the 1930's.
Following the storytelling, G. Lee led a discussion of the plans for Graveyard Tales which is scheduled for Sept. 26.