Share a Story - Change the World
The child stood, hurt and confused. There seemed to be no way out of the maze - she had tried and tried
walking this way and that, looking for the right way out. The giant had taken her out of her safe home
and dropped her in the middle of this prickly, confusing and dangerous place.
She had tried fighting her way through the walls of privet, but all she had succeeded in doing was
hurting herself more.
It was getting late, the night was…Continue
Added by Olivia Wells on February 27, 2011 at 4:12pm — No Comments
Saturday last I was telling at Barley Hall in York . Hidden down a tiny alley between Stonegate and Swinegate and a mere stones throw from York Minster, it is a reconstructed and renovated Medieval Hall that is a veritable sweetshop of sensory delights. And so I was like a kid in a sweetshop at the hall, because it has been rebuilt using ancient skills and techniques. It is also softly lit with low light, some horn windows & scented candles, and decorated with the flowers, herbs, and…Continue
Added by Dave Tonge, 'The Yarnsmith ' on February 27, 2011 at 10:45am — No Comments
Added by Dave Tonge, 'The Yarnsmith ' on February 27, 2011 at 10:40am — No Comments
Just in case I don't write too many blog posts on this site, here's where you can find my other stuff on the Web. If you have any questions, drop me a line here or at email@example.com!
Added by John David Hickey on February 21, 2011 at 5:02pm — No Comments
I've got a blog located elsewhere - and am finally back to posting occasionally critical review and storytelling theory.
recent articles include some thoughts about framing, and a list of 'story round/ story sharing' don'ts for discussion.
If anyone is interested... here is the link (there's an RSS feed to sign up to).
Have been looking a lot at Tim E's …Continue
Added by Kat Quatermass on February 19, 2011 at 7:41am — No Comments
Storytelling is a way to inform each other of our deepest needs,…Continue
Added by Reisa Stone on February 16, 2011 at 2:52am — No Comments
(KENYANS - Please find some time to tell this story to your parents and siblings and children and friends and workmates and church and mosque and matatu crew till 2012. Alternatively, if you are not a storyteller, I am one and can come tell it to your gathering)
Mouseland was a place where all the little mice lived and played, were born and died. And they lived much the same as you and I do.
They even had a Parliament. And every five…Continue
Added by OLUOCH-MADIANG' on February 11, 2011 at 12:51pm — No Comments
NAME: KA-POW NAME GAME
LEARNING GOAL: PRACTICING SOUND EFFECTS & IMAGINATION BOOSTER
GAME OBJECTIVE: LEARN THE OTHER TELLER'S NAMES
# OF PARTICIPANTS: 3-30
FORMATION: SEATED CIRCLE
LEADER'S ROLE: Start the Game with an Appropriate Example
DESCRIPTION: The leader announces that it's time to learn names and practice sound effects.
The sound effect each person will choose should begin with the same letter of sound as…Continue
Added by Anthony Burcher on February 9, 2011 at 2:53pm — No Comments
Greeting Professional Storytellers
Diamond D Grier (Pres/CEO of SAN)
We have just signed what we believe is the most funny
clean comedian/Storyteller. No profanity, and the ability
and diversity of the person will feel the void of what the…Continue
Added by SAN: Starving Artist Network on February 8, 2011 at 4:28pm — No Comments
Very interesting topic. During your research, did any folktales, fables from Africa surface? Thanks,
Added by Jeanette Vaughn Waddell on February 8, 2011 at 7:42am — No Comments
Added by Dorothy Milnes Simm (Seligor) on February 5, 2011 at 12:49pm — No Comments