Press Release - Andy Davis

Storyteller Andy Davis Brings Humor and Encouragement
to the Corner House Inn 

On Thursday evening, March 23, local storyteller Andy Davis will be performing in front of the hearth at the Corner House Inn’s Storytelling Dinner program. Andy will be sharing a varied set that includes hearty doses of humor and the unexpected, and one or two stories chosen to inspire and hearten those discouraged by the atrophying of any culture of understanding and decency in the political sphere.

Davis got his start as a storyteller telling comic tales by candlelight in Mexican refugee camps 20 years ago. He has since broadened and refined his craft, and has entertained audiences as far east as Paris, as far south as Bamako, and as far west as San Diego. National Storytelling Network Circle of Excellence laureate Michael Parent calls him “a storyteller with brains and heart.”

Davis lives with his wife and seventeen year old daughter a day’s walk across the Sandwich Range from the Corner House, in the shadow of Mt. Chocorua, where he co-directs the World Fellowship Center, a multigenerational educational camp and retreat center devoted to peace and social justice. He is a member of the League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling (LANES), and the Professional Organization of English Majors (POEM). His website is
Storytelling Dinners are held on Thursday evenings late October through May at the Corner House Inn in Center Sandwich, and the cost is $21.95 per person. Dinner begins at 6:30 PM and the storytelling commences when dessert dishes have been cleared. For more information and reservations contact the Corner House at 284-6219, or on-line at

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