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Is Facebook working for your Storytelling business? Would you like it to?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kat Quatermass Jan 10, 2011.

Looking for a Christmas Story about Animals Speaking (from Duncan Williamson?)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Joerg Baesecke Dec 31, 2010.

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Call for Volunteer Readers May 2016: National Storytelling Network Brimstone Award

The National Storytelling Network's Brimstone Award for Applied Storytelling issues a grant each year to an outstanding storytelling service project. In the past, the Brimstone Award has gone to storytelling projects focused on veterans, at-risk youth, people with life-threatening illnesses, and more. Projects have focused on topics as varied as youth mentoring, environmental conservation, collecting oral histories, grief support, and community development. Learn more about this award…

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Posted on May 4, 2016 at 5:50pm — 1 Comment

What does storytelling look like?

It was about four years ago that I became particularly grumpy over the use of the word "storytelling" by those who do not actually tell stories. Writers and singers and actors had always described themselves as storytellers, but suddenly in business articles and on Twitter and in the blogosphere suddenly everyone from advertisers to life coaches to film editors to game designers were calling what they did storytelling.

And I'll admit it's an imprecise word.

But I decided to do…

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Posted on April 29, 2015 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

Breaking the Eggs: Storyteller or Story?

Over at my other blog, I ask the question: which do prefer, a great storyteller telling a not-so-great story, or a great story told a not so great storyteller?



Click through to see the… Continue

Posted on June 11, 2010 at 8:14am

Storytellers Caught on Video!

Seeing storytellers appear in online video isn't necessarily new... but with so many video sharing sites and so many online video formats, there was never one place to see storytellers tell their stories online.



Even the YouTube storytelling channel, a well-kept secret for many years (you'd think that after Google bought YouTube, that Google might be able to FIND a channel on its own property to list in its search… Continue

Posted on February 22, 2010 at 1:30am — 3 Comments

National Storytelling Festival Wrap Up, Interweb Style

Another year, another National Storytelling Festival come and gone.



Me? I didn't make the trek to Jonesborough, Tennessee, this year. Instead, I chose to follow the Festival vicariously on Twitter.



How did that go?



Find out for yourself: http://storytelling.blogspot.com/2009/10/national-storytelling-festival-wrap-up.html



And this week,… Continue

Posted on October 9, 2009 at 12:03am — 3 Comments

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At 4:29am on March 3, 2014, Esther de Juglaría said…

Sorry! I forgot and it is important… In case you share the photo titled "El sabor de la hierbabuena", the name of the photographer is the organization I worked for: FUNDACIÓN TRES CULTURAS DEL MEDITERRÁNEO. (It is the only photo I have at this moment from Fundación Tres Culturas del Mediterráneo.)

Thanks again!

At 4:22am on March 3, 2014, Esther de Juglaría said…

I´m glade you liked my photos! You can share them, but please:

Always write my name as storyteller: Esther de Juglaría. And, when it is specified, the name of the photographer: Sergio Pulido. 

Thanks!

At 2:07pm on November 9, 2010, Fernando Cárdenas said…
Gracias, también me gustaría verte contar aquí te envío mi web
www.palimpalem.com/2/corporacionnave
At 2:07pm on March 18, 2010, Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller said…
Thanks Tim for helping me with YouTube.
At 12:11am on November 19, 2009, TULIKA PUBLISHERS said…
Hi Tim ! Thanks for the warm welcome !
At 11:36am on April 28, 2009, Cat Weatherill said…
Yurts are great - specially when they have fairy lights and candles. Milgi's yurt is in the yard behind a city centre bar, and it's full of sofas and armchairs. Sooo comfy. Kasper was our first international teller. Would you like to be our second?!! I'd love to hear you tell. Cat x
At 7:32pm on April 21, 2009, Brother Wolf said…
My post on Storytelling conferences and recording was completely inspired by you and I of course completly forgot to say thank-you .

So Thanks - for the inspiration!

Eric Wolf
PS: I didn't site you as the source of my inspiration in the hopes that the apparent unconnected nature might feel like a rising instead of just a conspearacy.
At 3:44pm on March 2, 2009, Sylvia Payne said…
Thanks Tim, I appreciate this and will certainly do as you requested.

Take care,
Sylvia
At 3:23pm on February 28, 2009, Sylvia Payne said…
Hi Tim,
May I quote your question about "Scottish Folktales Collected by Duncan Williamson" in the next issue of North Carolina Storytelling Guild's quarterly publication - "Journal of Tar Heel Tellers?" If I receive your permission, I would like to proceed by asking permission to publish another individual's response.

I live in the US and love the way the UK look at copyright, particularly toward folklore.

Thanks for your question and keep 'em coming!
Sylvia Payne
At 10:07am on February 5, 2009, Joe Brennan said…
Thanks Tim. Its a very good likeness created by my son a few years back. Converys so much more than any photo I have!!!! Looking forward to navigating the site and getting lots out of it. Of course when I clicked on your page I was greeted by yourself and Clare Murphy. Small world!!!
Joe
 
 
 

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