But with stories, the code or reason we have chosen that story to tell, will, with…
Share a Story - Change the World
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Are you bursting with creative flair? Yes? Aged 5-16 years? Then we need you! Our Young Creatives Awards Scheme has returned for another year, in partnership with Penguin Books, WHSmiths and Photobox.…Continue
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Ukrainian Soul Stories at the Library
Compared to shoplifting live turkeys in your bloomers and erotic games in the village bath, immigrant life is beyond boring. So firebrand Baba (Grandma) is brewing up Old Country customs in her new neighbourhood.
Hear Raisa Stone tell outrageous stories she's collected from Ukrainian people, including a true murder confession from her neighbour. She kept the secret until…
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This image of a funnel the kind you might have in the kitchen at canning time, or in the garage with a can of lawn mower gas. It is open and wide on one end for receiving, focused and narrow on the other end to push through the contents.
I am a funnel for storytelling news and all of us in the…Continue
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Have you wondered why we cannot mix comedy with storytelling?
I am also an amateur stand-up comedian and have decided to make my stories sound funny. This works best when you are creating a story or involving audience participation. This also works when you are re-telling a boring or not so exciting story by putting in funny words, expressions and personal opinion in a funny manner.
This works best more with adult audience or those above 10-12, because they are…Continue
You may not realize it, but you have a story - a whole…Continue
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The NJ Storytelling Festival Committee is accepting Storytelling Workshop proposals for the 20th Annual NJ Storytelling Festival.
The 20th Annual NJ Storytelling Festival will take place on Sunday, September 23, 2012 from 12 noon til 6 pm at Grounds For Sculpture, 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, NJ.
The workshop will take place from 10am until 12 noon on the day of the festival.
Who can submit a proposal?
Anyone is welcome to submit a proposal to share relevant…
I wanted to share some of my newest storytelling resource books with you. These titles are published by ABC-Clio Libraries Unlimited.
Tales from the 7,000 Isles: Filipino Folk Stories
By Dianne de Las Casas &…Continue
Added by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on September 22, 2011 at 11:25pm — No Comments
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.
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 K. Sean Buvala on September 10, 2011 at 12:23pm — No Comments
My next book is now available. I am very excited.
http://www.howtocreateastory.com. We are happy to tell you that we have released our newest book. "Measures of Story: How to Create a Story from Floats and Anecdotes" is now available on Ebook or Kindle! This book is aimed at the non-storytell er, something to appeal to those who are just…Continue
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Click here to read an article I wrote i the forum about a Kickstarter Fundraising campaign I did and how to use it yourself: http://professionalstoryteller.ning.com/forum/topics/a-storytellers-adventure-in
If you have not heard of Kickstarter yet, please do check this out as it was an amazing way for me to raise money to fund a DVD project I am doing called "Eating…Continue
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One Third of a Year
Well Thank You for staying with me at least through this first third of the year in Christian Storytelling. It has been an education for me and I hope I've been able to teach you something in the process.
There was a discussion today at work about religious T-shirts and they being offensive…Continue
To be a Christian Storyteller is to know that you have to keep your theme focused in one direction. In today's society that's called being niche focused. Saying you all are a Christian states that you believe in a certain moral standard that you will live your life by and that you would relate that standard in…Continue