Virtual Storytelling Show!

Virtual Storytelling Show Tickets - $25! Hi Family! Come see my latest family storytelling show from the comfort of your home! It's on Thursday, October 20th at 7 PM, coming to you live from The Producers Club in NYC. We're so excited to performing onstage and online as well, and to be able to offer you a discount on virtual tickets. Get tickets now! The discount code is FAMILY (how appropriate is that?) Click on Tickets and enter the code FAMILY in the Enter promo code (in the upper left corner of the screen) and $75 will be deducted from the [...]

2022-10-18T20:12:15-04:00October 19, 2022|Comments Off on Virtual Storytelling Show!

Storytelling Show Fundraiser for AFFCNY

Join us on Oct 20th in NYC!  We're having an Adoption-themed storytelling show to benefit the Adoptive and Foster Family Coalition of New York (AFFCNY). I’m so excited to be working with AFFCNY creating a storytelling show for their 3rd Annual Fall Fundraiser. We'll be in the Grand Theater at the Producer's Club, 358 West 44th Street, NYC. Join us for an adoption-themed storytelling event! The stories are centered around the theme of Adoption and our storytellers are adult adoptees, birth/first parents, and adoptive parents who will be sharing their lived experiences. We just had our first Writers [...]

2022-09-13T14:10:08-04:00September 14, 2022|Comments Off on Storytelling Show Fundraiser for AFFCNY

Did you become a Parent after 40?

From Every Family's Got One Founder -- Barbara Herel Published by Dottir Press, book launches September 2021   Did you become a parent after 40? I did and wrote an essay about it for a new book anthology called Tick-Tock: Becoming a Parent after 40. I’m happy to be included with incredible writers who offer-up their personal experiences of being or having an older parent. Contributors include New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Acevedo, award-winning author Adam Berlin, writer/editor Salma Abdelnour Gilman, and more. We all need a cheering section No matter what we're trying  to accomplish, [...]

2021-11-18T17:15:18-05:00June 9, 2021|4 Comments

A Story About the Sports Fanatic and the Girl

By Every Family's Got One Guest Writer -- Robyn Chittister I’m pretty much a girl. Aside from the obvious physical definitions, I like girl things. Scrapbooking. Show tunes. Babies. As a child, I hated recess, preferring instead to read Danielle Steele. (I was a precocious youth.) I took tennis lessons, but playing basketball (badly) in junior high, I messed up my knee, to use a technical term, and that was the extent of my sports career. In high school, I was active in literary magazine and Drama club. So, imagine my surprise when I suddenly fell for... a bona fide [...]

2019-03-18T12:38:43-04:00February 27, 2019|Comments Off on A Story About the Sports Fanatic and the Girl

Love, Hugs, Magic, and DNA

By Every Family's Got One Guest Writer -- Heather Osterman-Davis Ethan, just shy of 2, is thrilled to be on a plane. Outside of that, he has no idea why this trip is such a big deal. He doesn’t yet know that our family is complicated or worry about ownership and identity the way his father and I do. To him the world is simple: love, hugs, and magic. This isn’t a vacation. We’re racing to get to Odessa, Texas, before Jeannie, my friend Eddie’s mother, dies. Jeannie is genetically Ethan’s grandmother, though until now we’ve been reluctant to consider [...]

2018-05-30T10:14:12-04:00February 14, 2018|3 Comments
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