Hi, What great photos you two have. Can you tell I was behind on my email? Well I have spent some time looking for the "fires" that I must answer and ignoring the rest. I did not know about you. I would have invited you to contribute to the book I am editing on tandem storytellers. But the acceptance of new articles is now closed. I can still put you in the listing of active tandem telling teams if you would like. Thank you for the invitation to become online friends. Jonatha Wright
Hey there! Did you ever get a chance to work up a version of Sun Courts the Moon? We had such a great time visiting with you in OKC, hopefully we will get a chance to do so again soon. WIll you be at this year's NSF? If so, maybe we can meet up.
Hi. thanks for the invitation. This is getting frustrating meeting all you people virtually! Where are you based? don't know when I'll be in the States next but, it would be interesting to check out the story-telling scene for me. i still have friends in the states, desite having left over 30 years ago. keep in touch, Sharon
Hello - Please tell me about the Florida picture... a storytelling camp?
Good selection of pictures. It will be good to learn more about you and your style of adding drama to stories. I add a lot of energy and drama into my programs. On one hand - I get great audience responses. On the other - I do sometimes so admire the old style tellers who can sit in one spot and get you to see the movement in their eyes and with their voice. But - until I am too old to move - here comes the dramatic telling. Best to you from Normal, Illinois - home of The Normal Storyteller!