thank you for your note rebecca...i have signed on to participate in some of your groups that are of interest...a couple of questions for you ,ok three: do you need a photo,can i edit my profile information on my own or do you do it and i submit it,and what is a badge???? i have a article on the calling of a storyteller if you would like it for your site/group,that i wrote and you could use if you would like and i would be happy to send it to you for you to look over...i'm a computer illiterate and can't do much with one...thank you again for your kindness.....ralph
Thanks so much for allowing me into the world of Storytelling. I am so excited to be working with a group of talented storytellers for the Storytelling Holiday Cruise. We hope this to be a great event to bring Storytellers from all over the world together to experience this incredible art. Help me spread the word...Kathy
Thank you for the welcome. I would like to add 7 lullaby videos, in 7 languages, from the European Union funded education project, Lullabies of Europe. They can be the basis for tales from each of the countries of the lullabies.
Thank you for the welcome, Rebecca. I have been a storyteller for a couple of decades, but didn't know it. I had a small business as an after dinner speaker, and a member of the audience told me I really needed to get into storytelling circles. I also used story telling to entertain my children on the long trip every day to school. I was always amazed at how they wanted to hear the same 3 or 4 stories time after time. I guess I told them well.
I was just wondering if it is possible to contact a group of storytellers on this site that are not in a group, like all the storytellers from Wyoming for example. It would be nice if you're going to Wyoming and would like to get a feel for the area.
Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller