Welcome;I am always trying to get better at my craft skills of storytelling. Of course; we all are and because storytelling is an art AND A BUSINESS. Well, I am trying to be get better about the way I do my work. Year's ago I had to call people and say. "I have never designed a postcard. Where do I start?" Many people helped me. So you gotta pay it forward. In the Fishbowl... I publicly work on one of the projects that I am hammering out. It might be the very first time I've tried…See More
This group is for tellers who have performed, will perform, are considering performing or attending or are willing to help tellers who attend or perform at fringe festivals. We can post openings, information or offer or ask for help.See More
Thanks to MyLinda Butterworth, Buck Creacy & Granny Sue, "Take 5" is for tellers who want take time to do 5 things to advance their storytelling career each day. This method is also highlighted in Success Principles by Jack Canfield.See More
This is a place where storytellers can share their favorite tellable versions of public domain stories. You may include notes, sources, telling tips, and interesting anecdotes about the story. Happy Tales to You!
John Mason published a little book called "Ask..." Let me say that it was the subtitle that got my attention. "Life's most important answers are found in asking the right questions." I invite you to ask and answer the important questions for ourSee More
We promote youth storytelling as well as encourage educators and other adults to use storytelling with youth as an educational tool in classrooms and in other settings. We teach to tell and tell to teach.See More
Don't worry about being a "novice storyteller" as your work in the park system will give you lots of practice & your taking nature for healing is a great idea worth sharing & discussing as questions occur. There's a group here called Applied Storytelling that you will find especially of interest on that. You may also want to use the search box on the upper right of each page to see who else here works with nature. Maybe at some point there will be a need & sufficient interest to form a group specifically related to nature & storytelling.