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Scam Targets Performers

I posted this on Michigan Storytelling.org  -- a website I maintain, but this is bigger than just Michigan.

Scam Alert Targeting Performers with Websites

(The company is unnamed here as there may be more than one.  Wouldn't want to have a slander problem either, but the method deserves mentioning for the safety of my fellow performers)



Storytellers and possibly other performers are being targeted…

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Added by Lois Sprengnether Keel (LoiS) on October 31, 2013 at 3:41pm — 2 Comments

Where you can find my stuff

Just in case I don't write too many blog posts on this site, here's where you can find my other stuff on the Web. If you have any questions, drop me a line here or at mtlbard@gmail.com!

Main site:

http://www.documentia.ca/storyteller

Blogcast:…

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Added by John David Hickey on February 21, 2011 at 5:02pm — No Comments

Storytelling Interview at "The Powerful Patient" on BlogTalk Radio

Hey all,



Here's another interview I did over at BlogTalk radio on the "Powerful Patient" show. She has a reach of about 20,000 listeners, so it's a lot of people to which to speak of storytelling.



About 45 minutes on "communicating with your children" with emphasis on how storytelling is part of that in general and some about my DaddyTeller specifically.…



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Added by Sean Buvala on January 16, 2010 at 3:08pm — No Comments

National Storytelling Festival Wrap Up, Interweb Style

Another year, another National Storytelling Festival come and gone.



Me? I didn't make the trek to Jonesborough, Tennessee, this year. Instead, I chose to follow the Festival vicariously on Twitter.



How did that go?



Find out for yourself: http://storytelling.blogspot.com/2009/10/national-storytelling-festival-wrap-up.html



And this week,… Continue

Added by Tim E on October 9, 2009 at 12:03am — 3 Comments

Interview on Blog Talk Radio: Entrepreneur People

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.…



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Added by Sean Buvala on June 5, 2009 at 10:31am — No Comments

Old Christmas, Jan. 6, Celebrated in Bristol, VA

Hello All - I've been gone for awhile due to several events and issues. The last I posted was in November, then devoted my time to publicity for our Old Christmas program and preparing for a vacation my husband, Rocky, and I were taking over Christmas. We returned the very end of Dec. and on New Year's Day Rocky came down with bronchitis. He is a cancer survivor of 4 years and has the chronic condition of COPD. He seemed to be recovering by Jan. 6, our Old Christmas celebration but chose not to… Continue

Added by Mimi Rockwell on February 10, 2009 at 12:49am — No Comments

You *Can* still Get Your Page at Storyteller.net

Being listed in the two major storytelling directories is critical to your success as a working teller. If you don't yet have a site, directories are a good way to have something to refer to while your site is being carefully considered.



Some tellers like Tim Ereneta are doing just that. He forwards http://www.timereneta.com to his page with us. He has a Super Premium page with us, but you can at least get the idea of how that might work for…
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Added by Sean Buvala on January 27, 2009 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Dianne de Las Casas Has Phenomenal Week with 2 new books and a book signing! December 20, 2008



Friends:



On Saturday, December 20, 2008, I had my first book signing for my first children’s picture book,The Cajun Cornbread Boy. The book signing was at Maple Street Children’s Book Shop in New Orleans.



I am so excited because my book was not supposed to arrive this early. It was quite a rush to make them available for the holiday season. But I have shipped out a ton of books to my sweet fans. Here is a picture of… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on December 23, 2008 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

Help a Fellow Teller - Linda Goss' House Destroyed by Fire; November 15, 2008

From Jane Crouse, Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, National Storytelling Network



Dear Friends,



On Sunday, November 9th, Philadelphia storyteller Linda Goss and her family experienced a house fire. The oil heater exploded and caught fire in the basement and destroyed their home and possessions. A detailed assessment of the cause and amount of damage has not been determined. It has been determined that the basement received the majority damaged. The first floor is damaged,… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on November 16, 2008 at 2:53pm — No Comments

FYI: News Bulletin from the National Storytelling Network; Friday, November 14, 2008

From the National Storytelling Network

November 14, 2009



New officers for 2009 were elected at the October Board Meeting:



Chair Sherry Norfolk (GA)

Vice Chair Judy Sima (MI)

Secretary Roger Armstrong (AR)

Finance Chair M.L. Barron (PA)

At-Large Margaret Meyers (KS)



So much news to report! What follows here is a summary – you’ll find the full stories on the Board Blog… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on November 16, 2008 at 2:31pm — No Comments

FFHL Blog--"Storytelling within KBYU TV & Family Reality Show"--posted by Rachel Hedman



I was not surprised when I read, "BYU is home to the nation's largest collection of family scholars" in the Deseret News article BYU is launching family reality show on… Continue

Added by Rachel Hedman on September 23, 2008 at 4:00pm — No Comments

FFHL Blog--"Story not to be used"--posted by Rachel Hedman

When I find the word "famine" in my everyday readings, I pause and wonder how this might influence the kinds of stories I share for the "Family Famine: Hunger for Love" narrative production.



If nothing else, I am reminded that many cultures--whether or not directly related to my own--have stories that call for rain so that there will not be famine upon the land.



To discover the story I will not use and for… Continue

Added by Rachel Hedman on September 9, 2008 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Hurricane Gustav Recovery - 9-7-08 - Dianne de Las Casas

Friends:



Today was our first full day at home since we evacuated from Gustav on August 30. The first good news I heard was that sewerage services in Jefferson Parish Westbank were restored. I was able to spend much of the day cleaning (you need water to clean!) - scrubbing down the refrigerator and freezer (we lost all of our food) as well as cleaning the rest of the kitchen - the microwave, the stove, and organizing the pantry. Here is a picture of our fridge now. It looks brand… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on September 8, 2008 at 3:01am — 4 Comments

"Storytelling Bloggers: Basics for the Blogosphere"--posted by Rachel Hedman

Almost every day I hear the word "blog" referenced on television, radio, or conversations with strangers and friends ever since being on the Technology Panel (left to right Eric Wolf, Rachel Hedman, Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo, Mary Margaret O'Connor) at the 2008 National Storytelling… Continue

Added by Rachel Hedman on September 2, 2008 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Hurricane Gustav Updates from Dianne de Las Casas

Friends:



I am sure most of you know by now that Hurricane Gustav roared in and out of Louisiana. My family and I are safe in Birmingham, AL. We are awaiting word on when we can return home. You can follow our journey on my website, The Story Connection, via live updates and through my blog.



To all my friends who had to evacuation, may we all have safe journeys back home… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on September 2, 2008 at 2:25pm — 1 Comment

Signing off Professional Storyteller as We Evacuate - Dianne de Las Casas

Friends:



We off to see the Wizard... My family and I are heading to Birmingham, Alabama. Thank you all for your well-wishes and prayers. I will be signing off PS for a little while as we journey to safety. You can keep up with me on my website, http://www.storyconnection.net.



Godspeed and safe travels to all hurricane evacuees. May Gustav be kind...



Warmly,

Dianne de Las Casas

Founder of Professional… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on August 31, 2008 at 12:39am — 2 Comments

Hurricane Gustav Updates from Dianne de Las Casas



Friends:



Here in the New Orleans area where I live, a mandatory evacuation order has been issued by 8am tomorrow (August 31, 2008). The airport is closed and my oldest daughter (Soleil, age 18) is in Houston, visiting her boyfriend. Her flight home was canceled so we have her rerouted to Birmingham, AL, where my family and I are heading. We have a hotel room and hope they don’t give it away. That happened to us during… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on August 30, 2008 at 9:13pm — 6 Comments

Dianne de Las Casas Evacuating from Hurricane Gustav

Friends:



If anyone is interested in following my family's journey (leaving New Orleans and evacuating from Hurricane Gustav), I will be blogging (http://www.storyconnection.net/blog) and twittering (http://www.twitter.com/storyconnection). Godspeed to everyone on the Gulf Coast. You can also find me on Facebook.com (Dianne de Las… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on August 29, 2008 at 8:52pm — 3 Comments

Gustav: We're Watching You! - Dianne de Las Casas

Friends:



2 days marks the 3rd anniversary of Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005). It's very eerie to see the warnings and all the officials taking extra precautions, preparing for the worst. Several computer models have Gustav heading towards to New Orleans. Right now, the cone extends from the Texas border to Tampa, Florida. We're smack in the middle. Predictions have the storm at a Category 3 (winds at 111-130mph) or higher. Haiti broke up Gustav and he has been downgraded to a… Continue

Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on August 27, 2008 at 7:32pm — 5 Comments

FFHL Blog--"Outreach: Transform Solo Piece to Community Art"--posted by Rachel Hedman

A storyteller does not have to be alone. With all the wondrous art forms out in the world, the merging of them brings about something that more than one person can enjoy.

When I attended a workshop by the Utah Arts Council, I already had the idea of asking for who would like to join me in this "Family Famine: Hunger for Love" premiere set for February 9, 2009. With so many months for preparation, what… Continue

Added by Rachel Hedman on August 26, 2008 at 8:00am — No Comments

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