Share a Story - Change the World
Come listen in as storyteller Priscilla Howe and Storyteller.net director Sean Buvala talk about the ::Outside In Storytelling Marketing Boot Camp:: they will be teaching at at the end of February. Even if you are not coming to the camp, you might still learn a thing or two just by listening to our casual conversation in the…Continue
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I Had a Teacher . . .
© 1998 – Tom A.B. Taylor
I had a teacher when I was young, she was old and I…but a kid
I can’t recall her curriculum at all, but I’ll never forget what she did
She sat us all down on a rug on the floor, while she relaxed in’er old rockin’ chair
“Once upon a time,” she always began, then she’d lead us away from there
To forests, and castles and distant lands, and characters we’d clearly see
And we sat enraptured –…
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Saturday, February 2, 2008 - 12:05 a.m.
"It ain't about how pretty you sing,
it's all about how good you tell the story."
From traditional ballad singer of Madison County, North Carolina, U.S.A., Dellie Norton ~
I loved Ms. Norton's comment the moment I first saw it. "She nailed it," I…
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Thursday, January 31, 2008
Years ago when I was touring my one-man show on Woody Guthrie, in the course of events - studying, researching, practicing, rehearsing, writing, editing, reading, traveling - it dawned on me that I ought to learn to play the spoons, AND bones, for the show - you know, to make it more authentic. Just seemed natural to me. An appropriate thing to do. No direct evidence that Guthrie did, but, still and all, none that he…Continue
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