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Saundra Gerrell Kelley
Oral Tradition Storyteller, Poet and Author
Born in Tallahassee, Saundra Kelley moved to the mountains of East Tennessee for graduate school. She earned an M.A. in storytelling from East Tennessee State University, and then decided to stay awhile. Recently returned to Florida, Kelley is a professional storyteller and author. Her work combines the subtle art of observation with the revered tradition of spoken word.
As a storyteller, keynote speaker or workshop facilitator
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