Professional Storyteller is a network for people who work in the field of oral storytelling. Please write a brief paragraph about your work.
Debra Olson-Tolar was born in Chicago and raised in Colorado. She earned a Ph.D. in Speech Communication at the University of Denver before moving to California. Her numerous performances as a storyteller have included venues such as The Getty and The Los Angeles Storytelling Festival.
Learn about how to get your stories heard on the radio in over 110 Countries and every major city and hamlet in the world. This internet radio station,"A World of Storytelling Radio," is listed in the Talk Radio Genre on both iTunes Radio and on the www.Live365.com franchise.People love stories. I bet they'd like to hear yours too. Join this group and learn how to get your stories "on the radio."What's interesting; this station began dead last in the…See More
We made the decision to be Artists, in spite of the many challenges, gladly. We have lived, sacrificed in the name of art with few regrets. But sickness doesn't respect art or artists. This group is to help inform you of those of us who are facing very difficult days due to a major illness and provide an easy way for us to join hands to help them. Our Joined Hands can make a difference.See More
We've followed parallel academic paths, you and I. Congrats on the many accomplishments, and thanks for adding me to your friends list. Looking forward to many popping conversations and sharing of knowledge.
At 12:44pm on September 24, 2008, Dusty Skye said…
Debra! Hail and well met! Did you know that I still remember taking a workshop from you -- I think it was at the inagural Los Angeles Storytelling Festival.
I'm looking foward to following your thoughts here!
I'm begining to wonder how many folks I may actually know here!
I'm glad you read about Camp Cadi-Safe Girls Strong Girls. If you have friends in Atlanta, please encourage them to attend the gala Sept 18th. Amy Barth has created such an amazing program and I'm sure as the word gets out it will grow. She has strarted taking it national, (the last camp was in NJ-my stomping grounds) and she hopes to take it to the west coast.