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A Conversation with Buck P Creacy, Storyteller

I had the honor of interviewing Buck P Creacy, Storyteller on my podcast.

You can listen to it on my website at Kentucky Voices and Views

I am excited about learning more about this site and becoming involved.

Added by Tom Hailey on December 26, 2012 at 9:42am — 1 Comment

Ugly Duckling Podcast

It’s been the subject of songs and films — Disney adapted it for the screen twice. In our version, as a further reminder of how uncool it is to tease other people, or talking ducks, for being different, we refer to him as the Somewhat Less Than Attractive Duckling.

This story has much in common with The Knee-High Man, which is part of our current production. It…


Added by Act!vated Story Theatre on September 6, 2012 at 7:34pm — No Comments Amphitheater: Interview with Massmouth Winner Judith Black

The 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 now.

"Story Slams," spoken-word contests and fringe-style events… Continue

Added by Sean Buvala on June 5, 2010 at 12:30am — 2 Comments

Podcast - Folktale in honor of the Olympics

“The Frog and the Antelope” is a Native American story from the Kootenai (or Kootenay) tribe about a race between, appropriately enough, a frog and an antelope. It's one of many such race tales from many different races of human being, such as Aesop's “The Tortoise and the Hare”. In this case, however, the race is won by trickery rather than pluck and perseverance, so perhaps it doesn't illustrate very sportsmanlike conduct. On the other hand, the trickery is used to give a braggart his…


Added by Act!vated Story Theatre on February 17, 2010 at 4:29pm — No Comments

Podcast Hans in Luck

Hans in Luck”, a German tale from the Brothers Grimm, is as loaded with irony as its title character is loaded with material possessions that people would normally consider a blessing, but in his case prove to be burdens. His situation reminds us of our own; having left the stationary lifestyle behind years ago, we ironically feel much richer for not having so much “stuff” to weigh us down.

We present the… Continue

Added by Act!vated Story Theatre on January 30, 2010 at 2:04pm — No Comments

PR – Proof that Storytelling Thrives as a Living Art in the 1st Decade of the 21st Century.

The Art of Storytelling Show has had over 115, 000 downloads since it began podcasting in 2007. Created by Brother Wolf (Eric Wolf) in the spring of 2007 , the show brings the best and brightest of the storytelling community to the world stage.

The Art of… Continue

Added by Brother Wolf on January 4, 2010 at 9:12am — No 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.…


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

Jeff Makes Your Computer Explode.

The most excited man in the world

is probably Jeff Gere talking about

the upcoming

Hawaii TalkStory Storytelling Conferencel.

You should hear him in our latest (free) Amphitheater interview.

He will make you want to go be a part

and you'll learn something

about storytelling while you listen now at:…


Added by Sean Buvala on June 3, 2009 at 3:37am — No Comments

Storytelling in Business Podcast: The Elevator Speech is Dead

Episode Five: "The Elevator Speech is Dead"

Sean Buvala talks this week about the archaic concept of the elevator speech. The elevator speech: when you learn a singular "speech" to talk about your business with new clients and customers. Rather, Sean talks about learning the power of your story to be used in different time frames. Sean also tells you the obscure Grimm tale of "Not Much." You’ll also hear from a listener who called…

Added by Sean Buvala on May 1, 2009 at 6:16pm — No Comments

Should Storytelling Conferences be Professionally Recorded?

Last summer I pushed for the recording of important sessions of the National Storytelling Network’s (NSN) 2008 Conference I was recording my session on the future of storytelling online for the Art of Storytelling Podcat. I figured why not do a little more? I exhausted myself and recorded the membership session and the regional NSN rep session. These recording are the… Continue

Added by Brother Wolf on April 20, 2009 at 9:00am — 22 Comments 4/17 Update: Building a Storytelling Program (Happy Bday to Us!)

Welcome to the 4/17 Update!


In This Issue:

- Director's Notes: Building a Storytelling Program

- Article: Establishing a Storytelling Venue

- 2009: Improve Your Public Speaking In ANY Field!

- Oakland, California or Orlando, Florida?

- FREE! Learn Storytelling by Email.

- Book Review: Five Minute…

Added by Sean Buvala on April 17, 2009 at 7:25pm — No Comments

"Storytelling in Business" Podcast Episode 4 Now Posted!

The next episode of our "Storytelling and Narrative for Business Podcast" is ready for you!

Episode Four: "Storytelling is Not a 'Soft Skill': Sure Looked Easy"

Sean brings you some tough-love this week to help you understand that storytelling is a "hard skill" for your business. Fail that understanding and things can go bad. Get real coaching and training to sharpen your skills.

Listen in:…

Added by Sean Buvala on March 8, 2009 at 3:30am — No Comments

Storytelling in Business Podcast #3: "Just Enough"

Our next edition of the “Storytelling and Narrative for Business Podcast” is now available. This time around, we respond to a listener's email asking about the use of jokes, anecdotes and stories. Sean discusses the differences between each of these items as well as tells you the story of "Just Enough." Sponsored by and presented by

Please send your questions and comments to and be sure to put…

Added by Sean Buvala on February 6, 2009 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Coyote Steals Fire - Podcast

The Coyote is a prominent recurring anthropomorphic character in the folklore of many Native American tribes, particularly in the Southwest. He is generally portrayed as a trickster, a semicomic hero who gets the better of some of the other critters. (He didn't get his comeuppance until the Twentieth Century, thanks to the Roadrunner.) Our current stage production, “…


Added by Act!vated Story Theatre on February 5, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

Business Storytelling Podcast #2: What Did the Plumber Know?

You are invited to listen my latest podcast:

Episode Two: "What Did the Plumber Know?"

How can you use even an old, familiar story in your business presentations?

Listen in Here:

Sean presents the "Storytelling and Narrative for…

Added by Sean Buvala on January 23, 2009 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

New Corporate Storytelling Podcast: Session One: The Guy in the Bathroom.

I've launched a new podcast series for those using storytelling in corporate, business and non-profit settings.

Shorter than the other podcast, these last only 8-10 minutes with one story and one point per podcast.

Come listen if you'd like.

Episode One: The Guy in the Bathroom.

Added by Sean Buvala on January 19, 2009 at 9:25pm — 1 Comment

7 reasons to Join the Art of Storytelling with Children NING!

In reverse order like a letterman top ten list...

Drum roll please....

7) You love Eric's podcast and want to make him feel accomplished for the hundreds of hours of work he has invested into the Art of Storytelling with Children Podcast.

6) You never heard of Eric or his podcast and feel sorry for him spending hundreds of hours on his… Continue

Added by Brother Wolf on October 13, 2008 at 11:00pm — No Comments

May 2008 Podcast from!

The latest Podcast is now available. You can listen right now when you click here!…


Added by Sean Buvala on May 5, 2008 at 11:37pm — No Comments

Margaret Read MacDonald reviews the Art of Storytelling with Children

Thought I should share this with you all cause I just can't keep it too myslef.

Keep telling stories!!!!

Brother Wolf


Tuesday, March 18, 2008 For Immediate Release

Contact: Eric James Wolf Phone: (937) 767-8696

Margaret Read MacDonald reviews the Art of Storytelling with Children

The review appears on page 41 of the… Continue

Added by Brother Wolf on March 19, 2008 at 8:30pm — 4 Comments

My 2008: 03/15/2008 Saturday

Picture of: storyteller Liz Warren telling at our monthly … Continue

Added by Sean Buvala on March 16, 2008 at 8:29pm — No Comments

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