Share a Story - Change the World
Very interested in writing and publishing stories, both fictional and non-fiction relating to the Mojave desert and regions of the Inland Empire deserts.
Previously published in 911 Magazine, New Mobility, Gringo Gazette and Morongo Basin Historical Society.
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Added by David Dowling on April 21, 2013 at 5:21pm — No Comments
Friends, I need to brag on the SOUNDS OF THE MOUNTAINS festival held here in VA! It always gets the best in storytelling, like this year with DONALD DAVIS, GERALDINE BUCKLEY, DOUG ELLIOT & KEVIN KLING, but this year it's also the home of a DEBUT Birthday PARTY for HE AIN'T RIGHT, my new CD which has been lovingly put together by the good folks at ROADCANDY RECORDS & TREEHOUSE ARTISTS. Copies of my CD will be there along with copies of my…Continue
Added by Anthony Burcher on April 16, 2013 at 3:50pm — No Comments
Where and who are the storytellers? - Dhara Kothari
Everybody and everything tells or shares a story.
Every brick, every stone, every rock, every flower or nature itself tells a story. Every ruin has a story to tell of its past. Every place has a memory to share. Every object speaks of a tale of its existence. The sands speaks of its once upon a time being part or the mountain itself. The natural formations talk about the travels of the wind. The rivers talk of…Continue
Added by Dhara Kothari on April 12, 2013 at 11:08am — No Comments
On one occasion the Master told the story of an old ceramic pot of inestimable price for which he had paid a fortune at a public auction. The pot had been used for many years by a beggar who ended up his life in misery, totally ignorant of the value of that object with which he had begged.
When the disciple asked the…Continue
Added by D. Kumar on April 9, 2013 at 11:42pm — No Comments
I love telling children stories. This is the beginning of my series on how traditional children’s folktale stories travel around the world--taking on the flavor of the country they are told within. This story is a version of the Aesop fable The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. As stories travel they change but still have similar elements. My favorite version of this fable is told in Japan. It is the same story-- but not.
I adapted this from a story entitled The Two…Continue
Added by Virginia Lamkin on April 9, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments