Tucson Humanities Festival lends its voice to Storyline

(Tucson, AZ) In partnership with the Pima County Public Library, the Tucson Humanities Festival, opens a new window will introduce new stories through the Library's Storyline. Each Tuesday in October, College of Humanities faculty members will present two new stories from around the world, one in English and one in Spanish. Simply grab a phone, dial a number, and listen to the wonderful stories. The local number is (520) 462-6345. Arivaca, Ajo, and other Southern Arizona residents should call 1-877-540-4010.

English schedule
  • October 5th - 11th: The Hare and the Crocodile
  • October 12th - 18th: Icarus and Daedalus
  • October 19th - 25th: Madeline
  • October 26th - November 1st: Frau Holle, Brothers Grimm
Spanish schedule
  • October 5th - 11th: Inkawakana
  • October 12th - 18th: Marisol McDonald no combina
  • October 19th - 25th: Caricia
  • October 26th - November 1st: El lagarto está llorando

Did you miss a story? Don't worry! You can find them online once they air. Listen in! 

For more information about the 2021 Tucson Humanities Festival, please visit https://humanitiesfestival.arizona.edu/, opens a new window.

Storyline is supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.


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