Our next artist's marketing telecourse begins July 8, 2010.
I need just one more person to make this July course a "go."
Why not you? Read what others say and join us in July!
You can register for this popular telecourse
today at the link below. As a service,
we have also added a "split payments" option to
spread out the fee should that be helpful to you.
Get details, see the videos. Go to:… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on June 30, 2010 at 4:30pm —
::::Is Your CD or Book on Amazon? Continue
I have a gift for you from Storyteller.net
If you have a CD or a book listed on Amazon, please send
me the link via Email. We are rebuilding the
store and I would like to have your products listed.
There is no charge for this service and no actions…
Added by Sean Buvala on June 30, 2010 at 4:00pm —
The BBC recently ran a program called "Imagine: Art Is Child's Play" for those that didn't see it put simply they referred to the importance of the spirit of child's play in art - looking at people like Tracy Emin.
The reason this struck a chord with me is because I had just returned from a week long storytelling course at Marley Bank (Ben Haggerty's School of Performance Storytelling) which was totally devoted to the theme of exploration and play.
Added by Vicky Parsons on June 29, 2010 at 7:21am —
So, you "jumped and the net did (not) appear?"
You "followed your passion" and get hopelessly lost and broke?
You "did what you want and the money did (not) follow?"
To succeed as an artist, passion is not enough. And blind faith
is bankrupt. It's not enough to "love" storytelling.
Let me coach and teach you how to master your marketing as an artist.
Our next artist's… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on June 24, 2010 at 11:06pm —
Narratives and Narration at the Kenya Schools and Colleges Drama
The National Workshop
for Drama Teachers and Adjudicators
Tom Mboya Labour College,
24th January to 27th January 2005.
This paper seeks to invite participants in this
workshop to reflect on some of the sticking points that have for long
bedeviled the narrative genre in the schools and… Continue
Added by OLUOCH-MADIANG' on June 22, 2010 at 9:32am —
Added by Storytelling Australia Victoria on June 21, 2010 at 10:33pm —
The auditorium darkened and the audience hushed. In the fading notes of the harp, Cindy-Lee Hunter Harper stepped through the curtains onto the stage and into a pool of blinding light. In the velvety black, not a… Continue
Added by Storytelling Australia Victoria on June 21, 2010 at 10:15pm —
More radio for storytelling, Father's Day
and my DaddyTeller book.
A pre-recorded session for the east coast.
Sunday, June 20, see time below:
The program begins with a religious service and
I think my interview starts about 740/745PM. The
interview is not focused on religion.
Station: WJET AM 1400.
I don't think this station has online…
Added by Sean Buvala on June 19, 2010 at 5:19pm —
I was in my car between Bolton and Hudson, MA, listening to NPR on the local radio station when I heard a storyteller tell a story about a Jewish man who dreamt one night he died and met God.
To put it in a nutshell, he was terrified by the prospect. God asked him, “What did you do with your life”? The man went down the typical list. He had been a respectful son, faithful husband, good father, honest businessman, trustworthy friend, and an ample provider to his family. He had… Continue
Added by Kris Hillenburg on June 17, 2010 at 6:58pm —
I am back on the air with
with radio station CKNX in
Midwestern Ontario, Canada.
Friday (6/18) morning at
The AM number for the station is
920 or you can listen
live at their website at
We're talking mostly about
fathering, father's day and storytelling
along with a nod to my DaddyTeller… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on June 17, 2010 at 4:00pm —
I'll be live on the radio in Cincinatti, Ohio
on Thursday, June 17 at 1PM.
The show is
on WMKV 89.3 FM
You can listen live
on your computer
We're talking storytelling,
grandparents, father's day
and my DaddyTeller book
The recorded… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on June 17, 2010 at 12:16am —
Need a last-minute Father’s Day gift? Gift for new daddy?
Details are at http://www.daddyteller.com/lasminute Continue
How about a gift that could change the lives of fathers and children?
There is still time for our staff to send to you a signed copy of the DaddyTeller book. Give it to the dad or grandfather in your life instead of some goofy gag gift. We can send a…
Added by Sean Buvala on June 16, 2010 at 3:15pm —
A long time has passed since my last visit here except for a short tweet. Many things are going on and I would like to invite you to some of them. If you'll visit the Agora you'll find two conversations going on:Striding towards storytelling mastery
recorded with Brother Wolf - you will find the recording on The Art of Storytelling… Continue
Added by Limor Shiponi on June 15, 2010 at 6:02am —
One of my team members in traveling to Japan soon and intends to stay there for about a month. Any connections or performances she should visit? contact details warmly welcomed and thanks in advance.
Added by Limor Shiponi on June 15, 2010 at 5:45am —
Oslo, June 2-6, 2010
I survived, I thrived, I have returned home.
What an incredible festival! For those of you who have not heard of it, it is one of the biggest (or the biggest?) festival in Norway. Featuring 4 international performers this year : Abbi Patrix, Pelle Olson, Sarah Benincasa and my good self, as well as several Norwegian Storytellers Anne Kleive and Jan Kurt Wolner Clauseen, and the phenomenal Knut Reiersrud on guitar. Directing… Continue
Added by Clare Muireann Murphy on June 13, 2010 at 11:39am —
I've just returned from a busy two weeks of intinerant storytelling in the South West of England, where not only did I attract a swarm of bees, but I came across some stories scoured into the stonework of a medieval bridge. The two posts are on my Itinerant Storyteller blog at both.... http://theyarnsmith.blogspot.com/2010/06/bishops-palace-wells-and-newark-castle.html… Continue
Added by Dave Tonge, 'The Yarnsmith ' on June 11, 2010 at 6:24pm —
Over at my other blog
, I ask the question: which do prefer, a great storyteller telling a not-so-great story, or a great story told a not so great storyteller?
Click through to see the video
Added by Tim E on June 11, 2010 at 8:14am —
A very beautiful time with some incredible people. What an honour it is to be able to enjoy the world and make the most of it's wonderful places and people. Received so nicely despite slight anxiety at cancelled flights - volcanic ash and strikes. Ah well .... Everyone in festival was amazing. Audiences were great. Loved the storytelling. I always get a thrill and love doing something new each time. Relating to them as though they were the very first to see the show.
Added by Mara Menzies on June 8, 2010 at 9:05am —
The Storyteller.net Amphitheater has been providing audio interviews, performances and experiences for more than a dozen years. The first organization to embrace "podcasting" before the word "podcasting" existed, we present our newest free-of-charge audio experience in this latest interview with storyteller Judith Black. You can hear the interview at Storyteller.net now.
"Story Slams," spoken-word contests and fringe-style events… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on June 5, 2010 at 12:30am —
Greetings, here is our new game for June. I hope you enjoy it.
NAME: FAST CHANGE
LEARNING GOAL: DEVELOPING QUICK THINKING WHILE TELLING
# OF PARTICIPANTS: 4-20
FORMATION: SEATED CIRCLE
LEADER'S ROLE: Be the first to demonstrate this slightly complicated but very fun game.
DESCRIPTION: The person on the leader's right (Teller One) will begin telling an impromptu story. At some point the leader will say, "Change!" Teller One will completely change… Continue
Added by Anthony Burcher on June 4, 2010 at 10:16am —