Awards:

2019 – The Dorothy Howard Folklore and Education Prize
Folklore and Education Section of the American Folklore Society
Awarded to “individuals and organizations whose work effectively encourages educators or students to use the study of folklore and folkloristic approaches in all educational environments”

Press:

“Stories and Folklore”
Interview
“Memoir Body, Healing Story” Podcast with Janelle Hardy
Episode #134
Fall 2022

“The Power of Fairy Tales”
Interview
“The Not Old, Better Show” Podcast with Paul Vogelzang
Episode #523
Spring 2022

“Alumni Profile: Sara Cleto and Brittany Warman”
Article
George Mason University English Department
Fall 2020

“Inclusivity in Fairy Tales”
Roundtable Discussion with Shveta Thakrar
“The Skiffy and Fanty Show” Podcast with Julia Rios and Mike Underwood
Episode #324
Spring 2017

“The ‘Carterhaugh School of Folklore & the Fantastic’ Brings Us The Best Gift Ever: Fairy Tales!”
Article
Once Upon a Blog with Gypsy Thornton
Four-Part Interview: Part IPart IIPart IIIPart IV
December 2016

Write-ups about our events have also appeared in the Washington Post, the Smithsonian Magazine, the Washingtonian, the Georgetowner, DC Refined, the DCist, the Washington City Paper, the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress’ Blog, the Shepherdstown Chronicle, and others.