Share a Story - Change the World
Just finished filing my tax return and that usual sense of relief is flooding over me. Know what I mean? I get all uptight about it, and don't allow Decmber to be over without filing it - just in case I need help and the lines are all clogged up.
I wish I was one of the fortunate people who had thousands of pounds returned by the tax office, isntead of having to pay them this year, but hey,... what to do...?
Added by Raquel McKee on December 29, 2010 at 5:38pm — No Comments
Here's an NHPR piece about a Laconia, NH project that combines storytelling, oral history, and cultural preservation.
Added by Sharon V. Wood on December 28, 2010 at 12:09pm — No Comments
It’s a story happened before more than 80 years .. were people in villages
think and live simply than now.. many of village in Jordan have both
communities Christian and Muslim sharing the same land,…
Through the past decade I’ve seen major shifts happening concerning storytelling perception in parallel with the never stopping deep heartbeat of the art & craft. A new blog post on my Agora.
Added by Limor Shiponi on December 20, 2010 at 2:10pm — No Comments
I wanted to share one of my newest stories with a friend in Hungary and thought that she might be able to hear it if I could record it, and upload it onto a website. Not knowing any storytelling sites, I consulted my musician son, who recommended SoundCloud. He talked me through recording via GarageBand on my laptop, saving to iTunes, and then uploading to SoundCloud. It worked! It's primarily a music sharing site, but I have two stories there. You can check them out at…Continue
Added by Sharon V. Wood on December 16, 2010 at 6:49pm — No Comments
A few years ago this would have been much more easily defined as storytelling on the airwaves or on the radio, however times change and now there is a whole new world open to storytellers, the world of the audio download. For the last year I have been dipping my toe in the great sea of Audio Books. I have had a number of collections uploaded and they've done relatively well. I'm about to really dive right in with a whole host of…Continue
For those of you in the San Francisco Bay Area, I urge you to attend porchlight storytelling events. Their next event is at the Verdi club on Dec. 20.
Their web page is www.porchlightsf.com and you can see their schedule for the year.
Their open mike at the Hemlock is a lot of fun. I won the 50 bucks last week as the evenings best storyteller (voted on by a random member of the…
Added by Raquel McKee on December 7, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments
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