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Thursday, May 1, 2014

Odyssey Storytelling Presents:


Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Show starts at 7:00 p.m.

Fluxx Studios and Gallery, 416 E. 9th St., Tucson, $8


Who is your neighbor? Those people next door, their loud dog, music, children. Neighborhood watch, gossip and organizing food for new babies, illnesses, grief. Borders, lines in the sand, fences. Love your neighbor?

Storytellers: Writer, Patricia Fagan; comedian, Phil Gordon; writer, Richy Feinberg; digital story crafter, Jen Clark; and more!

Storyteller Bios: 

Patricia Fagan, a refugee from the vanities, obsessions and greed of an old colonial West Indian family came to the United States - NYC – at eighteen years old to encounter the culture of the Seventies.  At this time she gave birth to her son while pursuing her undergraduate degree. Later, she moved to Connecticut, where she completed her Masters in Literature and the Arts from Wesleyan University. At this time, she began storytelling with the Ct. Storytelling Group, performing her stories in such historic places as The Stonycreek Puppet House, and Eli Whitney Barn.   Her poems and short stories have been published in: Sinister Wisdom, Embers, The Caribbean Writer, River City and recently her poem, “Daydreams on a Subway Train,” has been selected to be used in McGraw Hill’s college writing textbook, Spotlight on Music.  Patricia has also written travel pieces and book reviews for The New Haven Register and Grolier Press, respectively.  In the mid-eighties, she traveled and lived in Mexico collecting stories.   After a year there, she came to Tucson and earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the U of A.  After fifteen years of owning a small business, she went back to teach Writing at Pima Community College, West Campus.

More bios coming soon!


Venue: Fluxx Studios and Gallery

is a non-profit community art space designed to host

exhibitions, performance art, movie screenings,

workshops and special events. They are located just

off 4th Avenue, near the underpass to Congress

Street, across the street from the Shanty.

Doors open at 6:30, come early to get a good seat.

Parking is free on the street.

Special Note: Sections of 4th Avenue are currently

under construction, so please plan your route


We are happy to announce that our shows are no

longer 21 and over now that we have moved to

Fluxx Studio and Gallery so adults of all ages can

enjoy the stories. Refreshments are available for

purchase including wine and beer for those with

an appropriate ID.


We’ve chosen themes for 2014 to make it easier for future

storytellers to see where your favorite personal story will fit in.

Next Up

June 5, 2014: “Behind Bars:  Incarcerations of the Body, Mind & Heart”

Fluxx Studios and Gallery, 414 E. 9th Street, Tucson.

Do You have a story? Contact us!


Storytelling is a way to make connections with diverse and different people that you may not meet in your every day life. Because these stories are from our lives they may be amazing, messy, enlightening, disturbing, and entertaining . . . and more.


Six invited storytellers have ten minutes to talk about a specific theme. The stories are not read or memorized, they are told from the life experiences and creativity of the teller.

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