HAVE I GOT A STORY TO TELL
Award Winning International Storyteller
USA * Australia * Sweden * France * Senegal * Canada * South Africa * Kenya * Turkey * Switzerland
Austria * Netherlands * Bermuda * New Zealand * Singapore * Malaysia * Colombia * Jamaica * India * Romania
"Diane Ferlatte's charismatic personality sets the stage on fire. Her storytelling is so powerful that the stories she tells become a part of you. " The Hindu Newspaper, Bengaluru, India
School For Deaf, Mumbai, India Ihlas Storytelling Conference, Istanbul Handclapping in New Zealand
Soweto Students, South Africa SPOKEN17 FEST, Mumbai, India Photo Suyash Mohan
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
With musical sidekick Erik Pearson
WHO SAYS YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN
Listen to Diane recount returning to her ancestral home in Louisiana
on Public Radio's Environmental News Magazine
Diane tellin with friend in Botswana
"YOUR PARTICIPATION HELPED TO CREATE A TRULY
MEMORABLE OCCASION FOR ME"
President Bill Clinton
ONE WOMAN SHOW
"SAPELO..A CULTURAL BLOCKBUSTER"
San Francisco Chronicle
"HER TALES NEVER FAIL TO TURN HEADS"
"YOU BLEW OUR SOCKS OFF. THE PERFORMANCE
YOU AND ERIK GAVE WAS INCREDIBLE."
Michael Sweeney-Mayor, Hayward, CA
"WHEN YOU LEAVE ONE OF HER CONCERTS, YOU LEAVE WITH A SMILE ON YOUR FACE & AN INNER LIGHT THAT SHINES JUST A LITTLE BRIGHTER. "
Brian Bemel-Village of Tales Storytelling Festival
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Diane on a plantation telling about High John the Conqueror
African American folktale at the National Storytelling Festival
Personal story about Diane's white mother-in-law told in Graz, Austria
2008 Grammy Nominee
Multiple Awards for Recordngs
Parents' Choice-National Parenting Publications-iParenting Media-
American Library Association-Storytelling World-Children's Music Web
Arts Council Highest Ranking
The National Storytelling Network's Oracle
2002 Circle of Excellence Award
The National Association of Black Storytellers
Zora Neale Hurston Award
"It has been said that those who tell the stories in a culture do much
to determine the character of that culture."
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