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Montgomery Trucking playing at Tales 

Tales from the South 48: Through the Eyes of a Child

From: Paula Morell
Series: Tales from the South: Summer Season 2011
Length: 29:00

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True stories by Southerners in front of a live audience. This week's stories show us the innocence, imagination, and skewed logic of a child's mind. Stories by Hope Coulter, Dottie Lou Norwood, and John Wells. Read the full description.

Hpim2461_small Tales from the South features true stories told by the Southerners who lived them, recorded in front of a live audience every Tuesday at Starving Artist Cafe' in the Argenta Arts District of North Little Rock, Arkansas. This week's stories show us the innocence, imagination, and skewed logic of a child's mind. Stories by Hope Coulter, Dottie Lou Norwood, and John Wells.

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Piece Description

Tales from the South features true stories told by the Southerners who lived them, recorded in front of a live audience every Tuesday at Starving Artist Cafe' in the Argenta Arts District of North Little Rock, Arkansas. This week's stories show us the innocence, imagination, and skewed logic of a child's mind. Stories by Hope Coulter, Dottie Lou Norwood, and John Wells.

Broadcast History

Aired 09-22-11 on KUAR, 9-24-11 on KUAF, 9-25-11 on WRN

Additional Credits

AY Magazine
Argenta Arts Foundation
Oxford American Magazine
North Little Rock Visitors' Bureau
William F. Laman Public Library

Related Website

http://www.talesfromthesouth.com