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Oneal A. Isaac
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 OMG!!!  Such shocking news!  I just finished reading about the death of Dianne de Las Casas.  Dianne took me under her wing and showed me what I needed to become a professional storyteller.  Dianne…Continue

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Professional Storyteller is a network for people who work in the field of oral storytelling. Please write a brief paragraph about your work.
I have been working mostly in the field of mental health with children and their families for the last six years while occasionally working in movies; theater and storytelling. I really missed the thrill of pure storytelling in front of an audience.

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At 12:51am on June 20, 2011, Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) said…

Marketing is a big topic here, esp. in the groups like Take 5, In the Fishbowl, Story Biz, of course, Marketing.  It seems to be impossible to ever do enough marketing, so just try to do consistently as much as you can.

As for web design, everybody has their own ideas.  Some like the freebies like WordPress or Google Sites, while others use programs -- I'm partial to Serif's WebPlus, while others prefer hiring a website designer.  If you hire somebody be sure that you can add updates & maintain it.  Frequency of updates makes a difference, both in keeping it alive & in your Search Engine Optimization.

All of this can be a huge thing to do with a "day job", but visibility is important if you want to return to more storytelling beyond what you do in your present job.

Hope that helps.

At 4:26pm on June 19, 2011, Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) said…

Welcome, Oneal!

I hope your participation here moves you back towards "the thrill of pure storytelling in front of an audience."  There are many ways to get back to that, including your mental health experience might lead you to a way to an audience.  In the meantime I hope the group, Applied Storytelling; The Power of Storytelling.  Of course, don't stop there, check out the other groups, member blogs, & the more general discussion that happens in the forum. 

Whether you're telling informally or in front of an audience, I hope the support of nearly 1800 international members who share that thrill helps you feel at home here.




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