News: Asheville Citizen-Times

Taking a Leap: An Evening of Stories with Connie Regan-Blake STAFF REPORTS – Published July 12, 2017 Celebrated storyteller Connie Regan-Blake brings her engaging humor and Southern charm to an evening of storytelling at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts on...

News: Tryon Daily Bulletin

“Made From Scratch”: Performance storytelling by Dottie Jean Kirk, Connie Regan-Blake Published 10:00 pm Thursday, May 4, 2017 TFAC to host evening of storytelling performance and afternoon workshop. Storytellers Dottie Jean Kirk and Connie Regan-Blake will be serving...

News: Mountain Xpress

Storyteller Connie Regan-Blake’s collection is inducted into the Library of Congress By Alli Marshall – Published April 8, 2015 When Asheville-based storyteller Connie Regan-Blake embarked on her career more than 40 years ago, there were only two storytelling...

News: USA Today

Storyteller Connie Regan-Blake revives the oldest art By Dale Neal  – Published 12:07 p.m. ET March 26, 2015 You can’t help but lean in when Connie Regan-Blake says “I’d like to tell you a mountain story.” Her voice starts to rise and...

News: Asheville Citizen-Times

Stories Under the Stars Master storyteller Connie Regan-Blake hosts a rare day at a Barnardsville B&B By Hayley Benton, Asheville Citizen Times The art of storytelling has been alive for thousands of years, shaped and perfected over time and passed down through...

News: Verve Magazine

Storied Past (and Future) A storyteller celebrates 40 years. By Ursula Gullow When she was 24, she agreed to tell “Harry the Dirty Dog” to a group of kids in a Chattanooga library. And after that October day, in 1971, Connie Regan-Blake knew she was a...