Please be sure to check out my new blog www.storyteaching.com . I would enjoy your comments and input
Added by Randel McGee on June 30, 2009 at 4:44pm —
I tell in a lot of cities and counties. Today I got a letter from a city asking if I had a license to conduct business in that city. Surely I can't be required to get a business license in every single city and county? I'd go broke! I'm not making much as it is. I'm looking at taking on another job now because I'm not making much. Does anyone have any information about this? Please share! What do you do? Thanks for any input!
Added by Lisa Hicks on June 26, 2009 at 11:30pm —
I am excited to be telling several times this summer stories of American Patriots. There seems to be a lot of need for stories that celebrate America; that teach and encourage public service, good deeds and perserverance. Our country has a wonderful history of people who though not perfect, helped build a nation that is strong and true and is still regardless of the current press evaluation - the leader of the free world and the hope of all the others.
I am telling about Ben… Continue
Added by Donna F. Slaton on June 25, 2009 at 8:24pm —
Blog for June 25, 2009
Carolyn Stearns Storyteller
Storytelling Is Like Play-Doh
I have made my weekly trip to the library and carted home another bag of storybooks. Always in search of new material or different views of presenting old classics I pour through the children’s section savoring memories and new treasures. Twice a year our library holds a benefit book sale and towns people donate books from their collections and a garage fills. Come the appointed weekends it… Continue
Added by Carolyn Stearns on June 25, 2009 at 12:43pm —
Stories are being told about your company all the time. Unless you have never had a customer, someone somewhere is talking about your company. When they do so, they are speaking with passion either for or against your business. You need to have your passionate stories ready to add to that conversation. To create raving fans in your business, you need to be a raving business.
When a customer experiences your company, they leave with an impression. If they were offended, hurt or… Continue
Added by K. Sean Buvala on June 24, 2009 at 4:09pm —
Crazy, but traveling across America has cultivated a different kind of storytelling: photography. Capturing the images and landscapes of this odyssey is bliss, especially for us visual thinkers. While the storytelling gigs are fairly sparse, we're scratching out a life on the road and loving it. Today we sit in North Dakota. Next week, Minnesota. Journal updates, with narrative and pics are available here
Added by Layne Gneiting on June 24, 2009 at 9:46am —
I am working on an historical story about Ken Feit. I would love to hear any stories any of you good people would care to share with me. You could e-mail them to me or we can talk on the phone. I am looking forward to hearing your stories. :o)
Added by David H. Claunch on June 23, 2009 at 8:37am —
The Rich Man and the Poor Man
A page made by Seligor of things that maybe you won't know of, till now.
The Rich Man and the Poor Man
A rich man and a poor man sat beneath the pink and lemon blossom trees of Spring.
The rich man said:
"Ah the scent of these trees gives me a headache. I am not too dull a fellow that my mind does not tell me how beautiful it is. But then I begin to think of how I might buy up this land so that the trees are exclusively mine and… Continue
Added by Dorothy Milnes Simm (Seligor) on June 21, 2009 at 9:13pm —
Mariko - san
A child was born on a rubbish tip. Its mother was the shell of an old broken fridge and her father was a rusty old pick up truck.
Her name was Mariko-san and she had thick black curly hair, golden-brown skin, eyes like glorious stars and a little mouth like a rose-bud.
When she smiled, which was most of the time, her face was a garden of beautiful flowers. When she cried, which was not very often, little silver tears fell from her eyes and watered… Continue
Added by Dorothy Milnes Simm (Seligor) on June 20, 2009 at 7:30pm —
A ribald French fabliaux awaits you on my story blog. Just click HERE.....
Added by Dave Tonge, 'The Yarnsmith ' on June 16, 2009 at 9:35am —
Mardi 17 juillet 2007 - 16:50:02
16 juillet 2007 - 05:44
À Chiny, ça «conte» intensément
À Chiny, sur deux jours intensifs, on y a chiné des histoires de toutes les cultures. Plein feu sur les pistes suivies par toute la famille.
Durant la première édition du Festival du conte, les visiteurs… Continue
Added by Coralia Rodríguez on June 12, 2009 at 7:00pm —
12 Reasons Why Artists Should Attend This "Learning StayCation" This August! Please distribute!
Dear Western Working Artists and Friends of the Arts,
Join us this August for the first annual "Performing Artists Open Conference," where we skip the pretense of choosing workshops for you and YOU could be one of the chosen speakers- chosen by your peers.
Learn more details about the PAOC at… Continue
Added by K. Sean Buvala on June 11, 2009 at 5:33pm —
Added by Dale Jarvis on June 9, 2009 at 6:24am —
I love the mountains. Just being within the mountains makes me realize how small and insignificant I really am. I had never seen mountains before until February of last year. Of course I had seen them on postcards and in movies, but I had never stood outside and looked out at real mountains, the tips shrouded in thick white mist. I had the great privilege to see them again this year for the second time.
The Smoky Mountain Storytelling Festival in Pigeon Forge, TN was amazing. Each… Continue
Added by Emilee Seaman on June 8, 2009 at 8:30am —
I can't believe I'm living my dream. Just updated the journal here
with more text and pics. Enjoy!
Added by Layne Gneiting on June 7, 2009 at 11:56pm —
I am heading overseas to the Czech Republic June 10-18 for the Detska Scena (Children's Scene)
a children's theatre festival. I'll be teaching storytelling to drama… Continue
Added by David Novak on June 5, 2009 at 2:30pm —
I was interviewed by Sherry over at Blog Talk Radio for her program titled "Entrepreneur People." Come take a listen if you like. It always fun to be interviewed by someone who is both prepared and actually interested in the subject being discussed. We talked about storytelling, stories for business and storytelling changing the world.…
Added by K. Sean Buvala on June 5, 2009 at 10:31am —
Words leave my mouth and hang for a cinematic moment before my eyes and then spin crazily away like leaves on the autumn wind as I desperately try to catch them. I know if I don't capture them, the words will hide from me forever - popping up now and again - never in the correct order and never in their first, perfect sentence. These words - both blessings and curses.
When I have this dream, it is always worse than finding myself naked in a lecture hall.
Added by Patricia Seeley on June 4, 2009 at 9:00pm —
Finally! The Oklahoma Association of Storytellers - open to any and all - now has a cute t-shirt (and bag, etc.) especially designed by a graphic artist. There is also one for Oklahoma Performers and Presenters! Anyone with ties to Oklahoma or just likes collecting cool shirts - -
Wear your support for your creative side (or your support of creative Oklahoma)
OK TELLERS: OKLAHOMA ASSOC. OF STORYTELLERS (T-Shirts)
Join the OK… Continue
Added by Marilyn A. Hudson on June 4, 2009 at 11:48am —
Spending time recording and editing oral history stories of environmental activists this week. It's for the 40th anniversary of the Queensland Conservation Council coming up in July. Hearing some great stories and its bringing back lots of memories.
On the weekend, I'll be encouraging people to tell their 'Water Smart City' stories at the GreenFest in the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens. Should be fun and I get to combine my passions for storytelling and the environment.
Added by Daryll Bellingham on June 3, 2009 at 8:52pm —