Sangay Miller brings her Honey Tales to Lower Brandywine for the second time. She began telling stories at Libraries, schools, churches and other events since the summer of 2001. Storytelling has always been a part of her life at school, home, work, church and play.
Born in Liberia, West Africa, Sangay migrated to the United States in 1989. Her stories are authentic and alluring. She loves to tell African folktales, stories of her youth, and tales of her own.
Teaching children and adults to engage in storytelling is also her passion because storytelling is a great teaching tool. Storytelling was the means by which her ancestors passed down the history of her people. Sangay brings that history to life in a way that will entertain, expand imagination, and leave behind important lessons of life and of culture.
Sangay is a member of the Wilmington Storytellers, and is looking forward to their Tellebration event on November 21 at the Guild Hall in Arden, Delaware. Sangay is also a member of the National Storytelling Network.
She resides in New Castle with her husband and two children.