Grace Wolbrink

Storyteller - Author - Social Worker


Residing far below Michigan's Mackinaw Bridge, Grace delights audiences of all ages with her modernization and vivid retelling of traditional folktales, original stories and historical tales.


Whether her stories are in oral or in literary form, Grace captures and propels forward the captivating realism of story’s compelling journey.




Through her personal journey into the world of storytelling, Grace came to realize the stories we tell are a part of us. A part of who we are as unique individuals, immersed in the reality of our own lives. It was not, as she had previously thought, the memorization of someone else's, literary, or written words. The true power of story lies in the unique expression and artistry of one's own voice.




Grace invites you, to join her, on an engaging journey into the realm of story's vivid realism and adventurous unfolding. For in story, as in life, its characters are as outlandishly adventurous, deviously mischievous and outrageously zany as any of us truly are.






Finally it shrank to the size of a marble, the most beautiful you can imagine. That beautiful, warm, living object looked so fragile, so delicate, that if you touched it with a finger it would crumble and fall apart. Seeing this has to change a man.