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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.
see also Tumblr at stories everywhere.

some stories I've told

to think it all started with a few bits of corn! retold after my mother
Casa de los Cuentos, Esperanza peace and justice center; San Antonio, Texas

Haresuka Junken, japanese tale.
at Sagene community house, Oslo, Norway

The Eagle that could not fly, African tale
at Sagene community house, Oslo, Norway.

Skeleton Woman, retold after Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Philo, California

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At 8:12pm on November 26, 2012, Regina Dial said…
Hi Susan. I'm a student at Texas Woman's University. The head of the Woman's study courses is Dr. AnaLouise Keating she was co editor of this bridge we call home with Gloria Anzaldua. I'm doing a project on in the end somos todos chicanas. I was wondering if you had any comments about this piece that you would like to share with the woman in my class. It would be greatly appreciated. I'm hoping you are the same Susan Guerra that wrote the piece.:)
At 5:03am on September 18, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Hey Susan

It is not exactly "bone stories" but check with Thomas Freese... he is an author and has a lot of spooky stories to pull from... tell I said "Hi and to help you..." tee hee
At 6:02am on September 7, 2008, Don 'Buck P' Creacy said…
Hello Susan;

Just a quick greeting and welcome to PS. Although, I feel like I could just as well be a new comer myself. Just a little illness on my part has held me away, getting married, moving, unpacking... just a few things like that to stop me from hanging around the computer and chumming with my friends. Glad you are here. See you later.

At 12:31am on August 13, 2008, Dianne de Las Casas, Founder said…

I have a daughter who is half Norwegian. Small world, isn't it? Please do keep in touch and contact me when you come to Louisiana. If my schedule permits, I would love to get together (I travel frequently with my storytelling). Glad to see you are connecting with tellers from all over!

At 9:27am on August 1, 2008, Paola said…
Hello Susan,
yes!!!I'm coming to Oslo, so it would be nice to have a chat there and see if we can do something together when you come to Italy too!
If you are interested in our work have a look here:\raccontamiunastoria\spettacolo_pirate
See you soon then!!!!
At 4:35pm on July 17, 2008, susan m guerra said…
Thanks dale, and i look forward to the FEST and to meeting you there too. I am at my beginnings, I feel, as a professional but have been storytelling since 1986. as i mentioned in my profile both as volunteer and as professonal in communities. am working with storytelling project now to create community, awareness and reconciliation.
this is a real challenge yet i am a believer that stories can "alter our egos", or rather that stories can alter our ways of communication/ consciousness and take us to another side more rapidly than the tradtional negotiation rhetoric,... we can talk about this at FEST. WELCOME! to Norway. all my best, Susan
At 9:08am on July 17, 2008, Dale Jarvis said…
Hi Susan, looking forward to meeting you at FEST!
At 10:56pm on June 29, 2008, Steve Evans said…
Greetings and welcome to this great site. I hope you find it useful. Would you consider joining the Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story group? We would love to have wisdom and insights added to the discussions and would welcome you starting some of your own! Best wishes to you. STEVE
At 3:27am on June 27, 2008, susan m guerra said…
I am a multilingual storyteller, both in english and norwegian. I am interested in working within a network in the county of Akershus, where I live and in New York city where I can visit and in south Texas, where I am born and visit as often as I can.
it is possible that I actually get what I want! and if you would like to meet and greet I will certainly be in Oslo for the European seminar and in Stockholm for the fetival there.

I work for the city as well and incorporate storytelling projects in my daily work here. So maybe we can also find ways to combine talent, creativity and community building...



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