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Michael Forestieri
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Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) left a comment for Michael Forestieri
"Michael's website has memorial information (1959-2013).  As the opening there puts it: Michael has gone home to be with the Lord in heaven on February 19th at 4:47pm. I imagine him telling his stories to the saints and taking harp lessons…"
Dec 9, 2014

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Michael Forestieri commented on Don 'Buck P' Creacy's group Our Joined Hands
"Thank you so much for your words of encouragement to Michael.  He (and I) so needs your love at this time.  Jodi"
Jan 3, 2013

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Michael Forestieri joined Don 'Buck P' Creacy's group
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Our Joined Hands

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
Jan 3, 2013

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Michael Forestieri replied to Don 'Buck P' Creacy's discussion Buck's Big Surprise in the group Marketing
"Buck, Great job and thanks for thinking of our specific needs. I hope to be one of your first clients."
Jun 9, 2010

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Dan LeMonnier and Michael Forestieri are now friends
Apr 3, 2010

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Michael Forestieri joined Tom Taylor's group
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Biblical Storytelling

"SHARE A STORY, CHANGE THE WORLD" is, when it comes to biblical storytelling, much more than just a catchy motto, catch-phrase or slogan - it's a real possibility.
Apr 2, 2010

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Michael Forestieri is now friends with Richard Stillman and Michael Wright
Mar 26, 2010

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Michael Forestieri joined Don 'Buck P' Creacy's group
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Marketing

This group is to discuss the in's and out's of Marketing and self promotion.
Mar 26, 2010

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Michael Forestieri and Tom Taylor are now friends
Feb 18, 2010

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Michael Forestieri posted an event

Mid-Atlantic Storytelling In Ministry Conference at Elkton First Assembly of God

April 17, 2010 all day
Co-sponsored by the Christian Storytelling Network and Parables Tell It Like It Is, Inc.This is an equipping conference for ministries seeking to utilize the art of storytelling. However, attendance is not limited to faith-based organizations or individuals. Paid registrants will attend workshops during the day and will receive breakfast and lunch. Open mic at lunch. Free storytelling concert in the evening open to public 7pm-9pm. Visit website link, above, for info, directions, and…See More
Feb 16, 2010

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Michael Forestieri updated their profile photo
Nov 21, 2009
Odds Bodkin left a comment for Michael Forestieri
"Thanks about Hercules. I thought the Granite State Storytelling Festival went very well, considering it was a first-time event, hosted by a delightful arts council in New London, New Hampshire, some of whom weren't quite clear on what…"
Oct 25, 2009

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Michael Forestieri left a comment for Odds Bodkin
"Odds, How do you use the harp in your performances? Michael"
Oct 24, 2009

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Michael Forestieri left a comment for Odds Bodkin
"Hi Odds, You're right about Robin Williamson, I found a video of him, online, performing The Parting Glass. What a treat to see him live, no doubt. Sometimes, I employ my harps as sound effects during the telling. Other times, I play and sing…"
Oct 24, 2009
Odds Bodkin left a comment for Michael Forestieri
"Hi, Michael. I noticed in your photo that you perform with a Celtic harp. I do, too, and am interested in how you use it. Ever heard of or seen Robin Williamson, the great Welsh harping bard? Truly wondrous. Anyway, do you play as you speak, or use…"
Oct 22, 2009

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Michael Forestieri left a comment for Don 'Buck P' Creacy
"Thanks for the welcome. I need to spruce the place up a bit, yet."
Oct 13, 2009

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At 12:47pm on December 9, 2014, Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) said…

Michael's website has memorial information (1959-2013).  As the opening there puts it:

Michael has gone home to be with the Lord in heaven on February 19th at 4:47pm. I imagine him telling his stories to the saints and taking harp lessons from the angels.

At 9:31pm on October 25, 2009, Tom Taylor said…
Hey, Michael -

Buck said I HAD to 'meet' you - he is VERY high on you and what you're about - so, here I am, hopefully, meeting you. I'm Tom Taylor, pal of Buck and Pam H., 'retired teacher' in Central Texas, doing a wide range of things, not the least of which is telling stories - heading more and more for primarily biblical stories. When u have a moment, I'd love to find out more about you. I'm on this site, as well, so you can check me out on PS, or tomtaylorstoriesplus.com, Facebook: Tale-Teller Tom Taylor; also just plain ol' Tom Taylor - and - inotherwordsdottom.com; AND storyteller.net/tellers/ttaylor - that's a clear case of "TMI" I know...my apologies.
Looking fwd to getting TMI on you, as you have the time and inclination -

Til' then -

His Blessings on you and yours,

Tom T
At 3:24pm on October 25, 2009, Odds Bodkin said…
Thanks about Hercules. I thought the Granite State Storytelling Festival went very well, considering it was a first-time event, hosted by a delightful arts council in New London, New Hampshire, some of whom weren't quite clear on what storytelling was, exactly, but went along with the idea anyway and were, we think, pleasantly surprised. I gave three shows, one for little kids, and two for adults. Told a slew of stories, but most memorably, during the evening show, two of my scariest items, The Storm Breeder and The Panther Boys, then finished off with The Giant, accompanied, interestingly enough, on the harp.

I was preceded by Lauretta Phillips and Lorraine Hartin-Gellardi. They were both fabulous and when I called them up to the stage at the very end, we enjoyed a thunderous standing ovation, which always makes telling stories worth while.

Glad to hear you know about Williamson. I saw him live in London about 20 years ago.
Nice guy. Good luck with your work.

Odds
At 6:32pm on October 22, 2009, Odds Bodkin said…
Hi, Michael. I noticed in your photo that you perform with a Celtic harp. I do, too, and am interested in how you use it. Ever heard of or seen Robin Williamson, the great Welsh harping bard? Truly wondrous. Anyway, do you play as you speak, or use interludes of music, or both? Welcome to the bumptious guild.

Odds Bodkin
At 9:55am on October 13, 2009, Pam Holcomb said…
I'm so glad to see you here on Professional Storytellers!
At 9:14pm on October 12, 2009, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Hey Michael, I am glad to see you here.
At 3:09pm on October 12, 2009, Rebecca L. Buscemi said…
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