Ted Page is a storyteller and performer. His nonfiction stories have appeared in Boston magazine and the Boston Globe Magazine, and his comedy screen credits include work with John Cleese and Florence Henderson. As a member of the Souled Out Artists group, Ted performed many of the stories from his book, The Willoughby Chronicles, polishing them over a five-year period based on audience feedback. Ted is the founder and publisher of GoodGrandpa.com, a storytelling blog dedicated to nourishing the next great generation.
Books by Ted Page
The Willoughby Chronicles
The Willoughby Chronicles is a collection of short nonfiction stories that form a mosaic of the author’s lovably bizarre family in the 1960s and 1970s. From being put on a ledge as an infant (saved by the instincts of his lizard brain), to being left at the circus intentionally, to digging a real life Hobbit-hole, to a brother who (surprisingly) turned out not to be the Unabomber, to a thing that happened with a puppy and his mother that the author would rather not talk about, to the final horrific event that put everything in perspective, The Willoughby Chronicles combines hilarity with heart and grace to bring a family—and a time—to life.