Share a Story - Change the World
Say hi if you are at TLA. I'm doing a workshop Tuesday 1-5 (April 8)and telling at the Stories Under the Stars concert Thursday evening (April 10).
Added by Margaret Read MacDonald on April 5, 2014 at 6:38pm — No Comments
April 2014 marks the inauguration of 'Through the Rainbow' - N.Ireland's (and Ireland's) first storytelling festival for children, performed by children. It has been an exciting journey developing N.Ireland's greatest resource - its children. True to form, the workshops with the children have had the goosebumps moments, as well as the 'Why am I doing this again?' moments, but it will all be worth it when the children finally deliver the stories they have been preparing. It has certainly…Continue
Fred Leblanc a découvert le monde du conte
au détour d’une librairie blottie au coeur
granitique de Cherbourg il y a de nombreuses
Là, il y fait ses premières armes. Depuis, il en a
fait son chemin de vie.
Formé auprès de grands noms du conte
(Michel Hindenoch, Mimi Barthélémy, Jihad
Darwich...), il fréquente pendant plusieurs
années le CLiO (Conservatoire Contemporain
de Littérature Orale) de Vendôme.
Il approfondit son savoir,…
Added by LEBLANC on March 28, 2014 at 10:14am — No Comments
Sorry Charleycakes. You can't go down that street anymore.
We are poor now, lucky to eat a meal a day.
These are tight times. So settle down, junior, strap in, and enjoy the ride.
Added by Annie Breault Darling on March 22, 2014 at 9:58pm — No Comments
It was 5 years ago today that the Professional Storyteller Society lost a wonderful orator with the passing of Dave Ponkey. He was a wonderful, giving storyteller who entertained thousands, if not millions of people with his performances both on and off stage. He will be missed, by friends and family alike. I am sure he is up there on that great stage in the sky, continuing in his great tradition. Luv ya Dave!
Hello- Penguins are my favorite animals. So, I thought: I should build a collection of "Penguin Stories" ! Does anyone tell a really good penguin tale?
Hello- I just finished Ji-Ji Jiang's book "The Magical Monkey". I love the subtitle: mischief in heaven. I have ordered Waley's version from a local library. I hope to get a chance to tell these wonderful stories!
Also, I am reading a sci-fi novel by Mark Lawrence' called: "The King of Thorns" . It is the second book in his Broken Empire series.
I would like to thank all of you who are helping me to develop as a storyteller. I won't List names because I might leave…Continue
Added by David Stone on March 13, 2014 at 8:48pm — No Comments
This is perhaps more of a legend, than a fairy tale, and there are a couple of varieties of it. This is more or less a translated version of how I use to tell it.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the story.…Continue
Added by Eirin Edvardsen on February 25, 2014 at 6:00pm — No Comments
We are very fond of our pets and when our little 14 year old terrior wandered out of the yard we were very worried. She is half blind and half deaf and like us -just plain old. She has aches and pains and is stiff when she gets up. Also, she has congestive heart failure and is on meds twice a day.
We were visiting our son in Metairie, LA and she was not familiar with any of her surroundings. She was out of our sight for about 15 minutes when I discovered her missing. We jumped in the…Continue
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This week coming up is Mother Tongue week at my son's school (Australian International in Singapore). I've teamed up with a Japanese parent who conducts MT lessons there to tell The Three Magic Charms, which is a very popular tale (Noriko knew it the moment I suggested it, and has her own book version of it, which was fascinating to see). i'm also working with the Mandarin Dept which has provided three Grade 4 kids who are helping me to tell a story fromn Taiwan…Continue
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Some years ago, the same year that John Gray published "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus," I had several gigs in the weeks prior to Valentines Day with several "H" card shops giving workshops on "Romance". They were always full, couples, singles, male and female. But the next year I couldn't bring myself to pitch the workshop to any of the local card stops. The folks who attended ran the gambit, eager young couples wanting to get it right, brow beaten men accompanied by wives who…Continue
Added by Don 'Buck P' Creacy on February 14, 2014 at 12:31am — No Comments
This image of a funnel the kind you might have in the kitchen at canning time, or in the garage with a can of lawn mower gas. It is open and wide on one end for receiving, focused and narrow on the other end to push through the contents.
I am a funnel for storytelling news and all of us in the…Continue
Added by Susi Wolf on February 12, 2014 at 8:52pm — No Comments
I've been working on my first book about storytelling; the working title is "Tricks of the Trade" with "tricks" meaning "acquired skills".
I've actually written lots of books for private industry. Training manuals, equipment documents and so forth; but I never "decided" to write a book about storytelling until recently. Like many, I've talked about it, daydreamed about it, and well, just never pulled the trigger. It might seem strange to say but I don't think writing a book about…Continue
I'm happy for you, and for being part of storytelling. Have a nice day. Cheers to everyone.
Added by Dulce Rodrigues on February 8, 2014 at 9:09am — No Comments
Oh I don't mean, get out of school days, no I mean Snow Days!
I mean tracking rabbits through the meadow, snow days. Watching geese feed near a spring, snow days. Ice encased branches glistening like diamonds and mountains of jewels in the sun, snow days. I mean, the crunch of snow beneath your feet across a field that no one but you has wandered though, except for a few deer and a fox and the crows who cleaned up after the fox's picnic. Bright sunshine on white snow,…Continue
Added by Don 'Buck P' Creacy on February 7, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments