Hi, Brother Wolf! I'm hoping you remember me - George Williams from Albuquerque, NM. A good time ago I posted a story about Wetumkah, Oklahoma called "Sucker Day." It was the story of a film-flam man caiman to be the advance man for a circus &suckering the town into buying phony advertising. The town, once it knew it had been played for a sucker, turned the non-event into a win-win for the the town & those wo had come to see a circus. Your comments were so encouraging!
I'm staring a podcast soon called "The StoryTelling Man." (Catchy title, huh?) The first part of the show is an interview with a Guest Teller, then a story from the Teller, Intermission. An original story from me. Wrap up.
I would be so honored if you'd agree to be a Guest Teller! I suspect you schedule is quite busy, so I'm willing to wait. Please let me know. I thin we'll have some fun!
Brother Wolf! Thank you SO much for your comment on "Sucker Day." (I like the story, too.) I was beginning to think that no one on PS actually read the stories I've posted, or just never commented on stuff, of whatever.
I'm a big fan of "The Art of Storytelling." It just gets better and better. As for me, I'm setting myself us as a storyteller for my retirement job. It seems the perfect blend for my years of experience in radio, theater, writing, public speaking, medieval fairs, etc.) I'm creating a website (www.thestorytellingman.com) that should be up and running next month. Maybe I can one day be a guest of your show! That would be great. I've created and written several stories about a mythical town called "Busted Flush, Oklahoma," a little place "about 65 years southeast of the Capitol." They've been very well received. Thanks again.
If your planning your pod-cast's for next year, I can provide an insightful series for your listeners. My new sites with details are www.educationwizard.org, www.healthwizard.org, www.wisdomkeeper.us and my storymaster.us has been rrevised too. All The Best ~ Tom
I was so glad to meet you finally at the NSN conference. I have attached the Susan B. Anthony dollar in it's proper place and look forward to competing with you again in another lightning round. Thanks for all the great laughs.
I took you free e course and I've performed at a festival on a college campus. Different departments hire presenters and preformers on campuses. Many universities have different colleges within, and each college has many departments, each with indivdual budgets. I'm interested in finding ways to navigate through the college system and information on how to find the right people in which ever department I need to connect with. Also, I'd love to hear successful approaches that work for individual departments and colleges. Thanks again for the pod cast. RW
Your name and number came up on my caller ID yesterday. I had intended to return your call but had to travel out of town for my CD recording that Buck Creacy is producing - and I'm sure by now you know what a slave-driver he is! He had been great to work with and is a wonderful friend. I'm looking foward to hearing him on the podcast tonight. I look foward to talking to you soon.
Hey Eric! We had a great YSTS last Monday! What a special young lady Jade is. The pictures she took of our group really do us proud. Why not post a few of them on your page, and/or send me a few to 'try' to post.
Thanks for all you do for storytelling! Jonatha
hey Brother Wolf, how are things? The insane schedule I had during African-American Heritage month is almost over (I think I deserve a nap). Maybe we can get back on our regularly scheduled bi-weekly conversations once again. What do you think?