Share a Story - Change the World
MITZI .HORNS.ANGEL...NOT A DEVIL by Mark Antony Raines.
(You sit in front of me awaiting my judgement )Says the long white beard,long white haired ,yoga wearing being looking down at Mitzi a Female Jack Russell Dog unlucky to be born with two horns on her head making her appearance like demon like.Mitzi give the being her cutiest stares and The being smiled and said(I shall remove your horns and you be replaced with small round halo looking marks on top of your cute head…Continue
Added by Mark raines on August 12, 2019 at 5:07am — No Comments
A zombie apocalypse has broken out. Burt and Horror are the only survivors . Forced to work together with their set up camp in Holsworthy . The supplies they managed to gather are 13 kilos of Baked Beans and 05 litres of Tea. And the only way to defend themselves against the zombie a is a very big set of sticks made from fallen branches in the local woods near the camp .
Bert debates with Horror about a cool…Continue
Added by Mark raines on August 12, 2019 at 5:04am — No Comments
I'm in the process of starting a storytelling podcast called "Old Father Williams - A Storytelling Man." The format's pretty simple: I interview a storyteller about how they became a teller, who (or what) their influences are, ask them to share a story, & then tell a story of my own. The definition of 'Storyteller' will be pretty broad, too, including writers, singers, poets, etc. I've got six interviews "in the can" so far, & am working with a local (Emmy winning!) musician…Continue
Added by George Allen Williams on April 7, 2019 at 4:30pm — No Comments
It's been seven years since I began researching the play THE HARDER COURAGE, six years since I began writing it, and now it's finally reaching the top of the mountain. Last year it was a finalist in the Ashland New Plays Festival and was invited to be one of the inaugural plays on the Play4Keeps podcast site. This year it will be workshopped at Theatre33 in Salem, Ore., and after that I feel confident that I will have an even stronger play.
There are two storytellers in the play: The…Continue
Added by Leslie Slape on April 7, 2019 at 9:31am — No Comments
Over the last ten years we have lost a number of our elders and not so elders, some very unexpectedly. I began to think about this as I read about them I realized that apart from the odd news paper article that one might find, for some of these wonderful and talented storytellers there was precious little about them. I decided to create a podcast, a series of interviews with our elders. I began to reach out and make inquiries. I began to meet storytellers at the conferences and festivals I…Continue
Once upon a time, Halloween & All Saints Day weren't just about costumes and parties and candy; they were about sweetly told family stories.
I am an Acadian ('Cajun,' or South Louisiana French American) by blood, earth , and disposition - my ancestors were Acadians, I was born within the culture, and I am blessed with a "joie de vie" personality. In my Cajun culture of South Louisiana (and many other cultures around the world, I have learned), late afternoon on 'All Hallow's Eve'…Continue
Added by Storyteller Joe Paris on November 1, 2018 at 3:48pm — No Comments
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Hi folks. It’s hot and dry in Arizona this August, after being…Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on August 6, 2018 at 6:54pm — No Comments
When I posted my discussion about the E.U. copyright & internet decisions, this would have been a better title. Now for the news & why we all should continue to pay attention. (Please read the discussion to see why this affects the…Continue
Added by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) on July 5, 2018 at 1:15pm — No Comments
Sometimes the hardest part of how to create a story is being able to find the story starters. These anecdotes (and the little brother called the “float”) may at first seem hard to come by. Let me suggest to you a few things that you might use to find the bits and pieces of stories in your life.
Old photos are usually the first place that storytellers turn to when needing to get a story starter. This is true in both business and personal…
Added by Sean Buvala on June 25, 2018 at 1:40am — No Comments
Dear Storytelling friends, It would be great to see you in Australia for our 2018 conference. Please pass on the information to others! ( Workshop proposals close soon)
Come to Sydney, Australia and join in with storytellers from different parts of the world to explore new and old ways of bringing oral storytelling to life. It will be a chance to play with ideas, develop skills, share the wisdom of the group as we are…Continue
Added by Christine Carlton on January 13, 2018 at 6:43am — No Comments
Just finished a Storytelling appearance in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. It was a rather satisfying experience. I had listeners come all the way from Sweden. That was rather satisfying. Delivered at least one of my original stories and that was rather well received.
Added by David Woodruff on January 8, 2018 at 2:33pm — No Comments
Tis' the Season for Gifts in My Life
At Christmas one year, we began to talk Christmas gifts that were something clever—something with a worth more than dollars.
One of the best Christmases of those years included these gifts for me. My son, Chris, provided a blue fox ice scraper. My son, Dan, gave a small Wonder Woman action figure. I wore the “chicken god” just received from one of my nine bosses. There was an extravagantly wrapped jewel box package from my brother,…Continue
Added by Patricia Coffie on December 1, 2017 at 3:11pm — No Comments
Life is like a ship; we are born in certain ports and travel to other ports. While traveling we met people on board. While stopping at the port, some stay, others disembark, and others come on board. Most times the travel is smooth; when storms appear, some slip off while others stay travel to the next port to disembark or continue travel. On and on…Continue
Added by Bobbie Kinkead on November 6, 2017 at 4:30pm — No Comments
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A fake member under the username of "Kate Kwame" (http://professionalstoryteller.ning.com/profile/KATEKWAME?xg_source=activity)
has recently joined and is trying to scam us. This is the original message they posted/commented on my profile:
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile…Continue
I am still here. Got over colon cancer. I finally finished college and got my doctorate in Educational leadership. I am a published author now. My book is called Grandma Honey's Storytelling Hour. I am presently working or trying to work with parents and children on bullying, something I have tried to do years ago. I guess they are taking it serious now. Some parents are taking their children out of school because of the bullying. It is terrible I tell you, something has to be done and it…Continue
I’m in the middle of mulling a story. It is really the beginning of the crafting process, I am thinking at irregular intervals about the various different angles I can approach the material. I ask myself every so often what is the story about, what is the meaning of it all, how does it help me make sense of this life. And to be frank, at this point I have…Continue
Added by Kate Lawrence on October 9, 2016 at 7:27pm — No Comments