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International Storytelling

Stories are everywhere and many storytellers are traveling to find the stoiies or maybe the stories find the teller.

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Latest Activity: Oct 19, 2015

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Comment by Cathy Spagnoli on August 3, 2008 at 12:44pm
Happy to be a part of this forum. My international work is focused on Asia. I have told and collected tales across Asia for many years and have a number of books, articles, tapes, CDs out of Asian tales and about Asian tellers. I first went to India overland at 20 (that's a wild story) and on my next trip, at 23, met my husband, Indian sculptor Paramasivam. I now spend time in a great South Indian artists' colony we belong to, in the wonderful island home we built ourselves near Seattle, and traveling in Asia to share stories. Glad to meet you all. Cathy
Comment by Laura Kamis Wrang on August 3, 2008 at 3:43am
Hello everyone
I am new to this group and just want to say Hi.
I am a Danish Canadian storyteller/actress living and working in Copenhagen. In September 19th, 20th and 21st, I will be in Stockholm at the Fabula Festival participating in the storytelling contest with 9 fellow Scandinavians from Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Please let me know if I am to look out for any of you. Would be very happy to share a cup of good strong scandinavian coffe with anyone and exchange a few stories : )
Comment by Steve Evans on July 31, 2008 at 10:49pm
I do a lot of international traveling (90+ countries), working with oral cultures and their narratives. Also, I'm doing my MA thesis (ETSU) and my Brimstone Award project on storytelling in the Himalayan mountain kingdom of Bhutan. I'm an American living in India.
Comment by Ilene Evans on July 31, 2008 at 8:39pm
I have started a journey that is spanning the continents. The importance of seeing the connection of our stories and our humanity grows. I would love to hear others path. Appalachia and South Africa. There are trips being planned now that bring people and their story together and help heal.
Comment by Sheila Wee on July 31, 2008 at 8:20pm

I've just joined this group. Most of my work is in Singapore where I live, but I also work internationally. So far I have worked in England, Scotland, Malaysia and Hong Kong, and soon I will be doing some work in India.
Comment by Doug Banner on July 31, 2008 at 5:13pm
I'm in! Looking forward to the sharing and continued contacts.
Comment by Alan (Robert Alan Black, Ph.D., CSP) on July 31, 2008 at 1:16pm
As an international consultant and speaker I use a wide variety of stories from anecdotal to fable to mythical to personal.

Comment by Steve Evans on July 31, 2008 at 1:02pm
This is going to be a great group. I'm looking forward to all the discussions, ideas and comments. Thanks, Ann, for starting it! STEVE
Comment by Ann Scroggie on July 29, 2008 at 12:37pm
Stories are magical creations that occur in every society and for those of us that have gone "there", we KNOW that there is much to be shared. My trip to Bhutan changed my thinking and working and understanding. How about you?
Yes, the picture of the monk blowing bubbles at the monastary in the mountains transcends words and connects people and cultures.

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