Over at Storyteller.net, we’re reviewing the latest project from storyteller Priscilla Howe: The Itsy Bitsy Tiger on DVD. You can read the article when you click this link now. Continue
Brieft quote: While Priscilla uses the music and puppets well, she is foremost a storyteller and it shows. This isn’t a puppeteer or a musician using storytelling as a…
Added by Sean Buvala on September 10, 2011 at 12:23pm —
While Simon Brooks
’ new storytelling CD may be titled "A Tangle of Tales," there is nothing at all discombobulated to keep them tied up and away from your enjoyment. With stories from Celtic lands, Vietnam and India, Simon… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on August 2, 2011 at 3:30pm —
The latest book review from Storyteller.net features the work of Tim Tingle and Doc Moore. We’re taking a look at "More Spooky Texas Tales."
Here’s an excerpt:… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on April 16, 2011 at 4:33pm —
Storyteller.net director Sean Buvala reviews the latest CD by Lynn Ruehlmann. Here’s a piece:
From bringing down the house (really) to singing sacred music in the bathroom of the Chinese restaurant, young Lynn kept her parents and older sister busy with her wild imagination and imaginary playmate. …
Added by Sean Buvala on April 3, 2011 at 8:37pm —
Book Review: "Rapunzel and the Seven Dwarfs" by Maynard Moose and Will Claflin.
Read the book/cd review by Storyteller.net director Sean Buvala.
"Get this book for your collection. With only a verbal-wrangling style
that Maynard Moose (and his human… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on March 23, 2011 at 7:53pm —
Feel free to read the review by Storyteller.net
for my "Family Famine: Hunger for Love" DVD here
Do you already have your copy?
Until we tell again,
Utah Storytelling Guild President-Elect
Tel: (801) 870-5799
Added by Rachel Hedman on July 18, 2009 at 2:43pm —
Dear friends and colleagues,
"Then Iron John looked at the boy and said, 'Come with me.'"
In 2009, if you want to make it as a storyteller or other working artist, you'll need to, like the prince in the Iron John story, leave the Golden Ball (the things that keep you stagnate) behind and jump on the shoulders of a Wild One who will take you deeper into the forest of what you do not yet know. Who/what the Wild One is and what forest needs to be… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on January 7, 2009 at 9:08pm —
I went on Sean's Teleseminar on Monday, and I got lots of new ideas to try, plus heaps of good marketing tips. Some things I knew of (good to get re-inforcement of that knowledge, though), but most were new ideas that will really help me improve our business and get more bookings. Sean teaches a lot of his ideas in point form (which he then elaborates on) - this is great because it makes it easy to take in and remember. I have already started to use some of the ideas, and will add more as I go… Continue
Added by Bill and Kath Worsfold on November 20, 2008 at 6:30pm —
Posted my random observations of first two days of this weekend's Mesa Storytelling Festival. You can find them on my blog at
You can find cell pics at this stream:
More to come, including audio and video
Added by Sean Buvala on October 25, 2008 at 3:46am —
Thought is was worth mentioning that this weekend Jeff Gere is directing the 20th Anniversary Edition of the "Talk Story Festival" in Honolulu! I had the honor of being a featured teller with the TSF last year.
The TSF is an amazing event, one that has come up in a very organic process of "what works" instead of "what can we copy from other festivals." See the latest update/schedule for this weekend at:… Continue
Added by Sean Buvala on October 11, 2008 at 2:39pm —
Always there is something new that catches my fancy and I have to explore it. A few years back my husband and I took a wrong turn and ended up going through a mile-long tunnel at night. This tunnel was arched, lined with brick and water dripped on us as we drove. Halfway through we met another vehicle coming from the other way--the traffic light that controlled traffic wasn't working that night. We were at an impasse until my husband convinced the other driver to back out--one half mile of… Continue
Added by Granny Sue on April 13, 2008 at 10:28pm —