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Larry Hohm

Larry Hohm


Larry Hohm tells gripping tales filled with drama and imagination. His repertoire includes:

  • "The Crocodile," by Roald Dahl, 1984
  • "The Dragon," by Ray Bradbury, 1955
  • "Fifty Minutes," by Joe Donnelly and Harry Shannon, 2012
  • "The House," by Frederic Brown, 1960
  • "The Irony of Hate," by Ruth Rendell, 2004
  • "Let's Play Poison," by Ray Bradbury, 1946
  • "The Moth," by H.G. Wells, 1895
  • "Pumpkin Head," by Joyce Carol Oates, 2009
  • "Punch, Brothers, Punch," by Mark Twain, 1876
  • "The Room in the Tower," by E. F. Benson, 1920
  • "Trade Secret," by Bill Pronzini, 2012
  • "The Wife's Story," by Usula K. Le Guin, 1982

He has told stories at the Northwest Folklife Festival, and the Forest Storytelling Festival. He is on the board of the Seattle Storytellers Guild and manages the Guild's website, and has told stories at many public venues around Seattle.