Presented as part of the 2021 Earth Up Conference
Beth Horner performs “The Pipeline Blues”, a story of sewage, humor, grit, persuasiveness and a song that changed environmental policy. She then takes us on her wild journey from inspirational spark, research, and interviews to her step-by-step story crafting process, legal considerations, and the story’s impact on further environmental activism.
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Known for her vivacious stage presence and warm, energetic style, Beth’s repertoire of stories is noted as “heartfelt, articulate and truthful”. A 38-year internationally touring storyteller, teaching artist, consultant and narrative coach, she has performed at the National Storytelling Festival, International Art of Storytelling Festival, and Starlight Educational Foundation of Taiwan. Beth was narrative consultant for NASA/Johnson Space Center’s StoryMining Project and her Civil War story “The Silver Spurs” was inspiration for songwriters at Dollywood/ ISC’s first “Lyrics and Lore” Conference. Beth revels in performing “The Pipeline Blues” and has performed it for NASA and “Live From National Geographic”. www.BethHorner.com