Specialty: Weaving Traditional Tales with Personal Tales
Mo Reynolds is a storyteller and a story listener from Rexburg, Idaho. For Mo, storytelling creates compassion, inspires confidence, and encourages connection. She performs and leads workshops throughout Idaho and Montana, blending folk and fairy tales with personal narratives, encouraging others to explore their own stories in the process. She performed on the Exchange Place Stage at the National Storytelling Festival in 2022 and will be seen at the Weber State University Storytelling Festival, Women’s Storytelling Festival, Stone Soup Festival, and Kansas Storytelling Festival in 2023. Mo and her husband, Daman, have three children: Isaac, Lucy, and Emma. They used to like to listen to her stories, but now aren’t nearly as impressed. They enjoy hiking, camping, eating chocolate, and traveling together. Mo loves to read and dreams of being a professional book club facilitator.