Stephen D Hedrick
Growing up in the South, the son of a small grocery store owner, Stephen Douglas Hedrick spent his youngest days listening to stories as told by the multitude of characters that visited the store each day. Here, long conversation and storytelling was an art form, practiced aplenty and expected of everyone.
He later found new ways of storytelling when he became an actor. William Shakespeare, Neil Simon and Tennessee Williams told humorous and heartrending tales that could extract tears of laughter and woe from audiences. He began writing and using some of this life experience when he w more...
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