The Raven Narratives

Live Storytelling

"Talon Tales" - Ryan Glogowski

From an early age Ryan tries to keep up with his older brother and learns some rough lessons along the way.

Told as part of the youth storytelling project "Talon Tales" featuring students from Southwest Open High School and Animas High School.

"Talon Tales" - Raimy Sporl

Raimy describes the fantastic world of heroes and villains that inhabited her summer visits to her grandparent's house.

Told as part of the youth storytelling project "Talon Tales" featuring students from Southwest Open High School and Animas High School.

"Talon Tales" Racheal Cox

Racheal becomes pregnant and has to find support as a teenage mother.

Told as part of the youth storytelling project "Talon Tales" featuring students from Southwest Open High School and Animas High School.

"Talon Tales" - Parker Smith

Parker's perspective on family and life is changed forever after his mom is diagnosed with cancer.

Told as part of the youth storytelling project "Talon Tales" featuring students from Southwest Open High School and Animas High School.

"Talon Tales" - Catalina Shirley

Catalina finds that international ice climbing competitions can be much more than just racing against her opponents.

Told as part of the youth storytelling project "Talon Tales" featuring students from Southwest Open High School and Animas High School.

"Talon Tales" - Alexandra York

Alexandra learns how to grieve, and face the future, after a terrible loss.

Told as part of the youth storytelling project "Talon Tales" featuring students from Southwest Open High School and Animas High School.

Dragon Tales - Part 1

In this first of a two-part special edition of the Raven Narratives podcast, stories told at "Dragon Tales" a live storytelling event featuring Southwest Open School students Ryan Lee, Mahala Jonlee Cotton, Daryl Malone, and teacher Brad Higinbotham.

Dragon Tales - Part 2

In this second of a two-part special edition of the Raven Narratives podcast, stories told at "Dragon Tales" a live storytelling event featuring Southwest Open School students James Gonzales, Gabrielle Dukenminier, teacher Tyson Wood, and student Holly Ford.

Funding for "Dragon Tales" comes from Think 360 Arts for Learning.