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Storyteller profile: Kevin Kling
Best known for his commentaries on National Public Radio's All Things Considered, Kevin Kling is one of six featured performers at the Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival April 9 through 11. Kling's autobiographical tales are often based on his own life, including hopping freight trains, getting hit by lightning, growing up in Minnesota, and eating things before knowing what they are. Kling has released a number of CD collections of his stories and recently authored his first book, titled "The Dog Says How."
Kling resides in Minneapolis, Minn.
Tickets for the Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival may be purchased online at www.capestorytelling.com or by calling 800-777-0068. For more information, visit semissourian.com/capesf.