Storytelling Artist | Musician | Author
"Ted's high-gear style is explosive, funny, ironic, with rapid shifts that can take the listener from belly laughs to weeping in the course of a single sentence."
Tina Devine, Story Teller
"Your performance at the National Storytelling Conference was superb!"
Ray Gray, National Storytelling Conference Video Director
"My heartfelt thanks to you for weaving your tales at the Festival of Lights…They loved you. It was a "sell-out"-standing room only both times…. Your animated, enthusiastic style had the audience riveted."
Laura Henrich, Director/Coordinator. Philadelphia Art Museum.
"When I want to hear a rip roarin' story told in 8 cylinder exuberance, I go to see Ted Fink -my favorite storyteller.”
Bill Mettler, The Quiet Riot
"Rarely do we have the opportunity to be 'taken away' to another place, but your adventures managed to do just that for each of us who attended."
Jini Loos, Public Relations Coordinator, Studio B Theater, Wayne, PA
"Ted Fink is an authentic storytelling genius. His gift is the ability to turn an every day event into a spellbinding adventure."
Jo Ann Mekis, Entertainment Director, The Mermaid Inn, Chestnut Hill, PA
Pebbles in the Fire
Five Star Review - Ted takes us to a part of the world we know little about and creates a gripping drama
"Ted brilliantly creates an array of main characters so far from our world that we feel a connection with and the dark realities they live in. Modern day slavery is a start, subsistence farming, corruption, desperation, and love of family all play into this gripping story. You know, I think I will read it again!"
Jack Leaming, Oct. 31, 2021
The Incident at Parkside
Five Star Review - Gritty and Inspiring
"A true American hero emerges in the latest novel from the prolific Philadelphia-based author Ted Fink. Those who know the neighborhoods of Philly will delight in this tale of an elderly Jewish man who returns to the tough neighborhood of his youth to find that the world he knew as a boy has changed dramatically. Larger-than-life characters fill these pages as we follow a decent man trying to make sense of a world gone mad. An inspiring tale!"
Robin Moore, March 19, 2020