Hello, I have been traveling and will be publishing my fourth book when I return home from Newfoundland. I have bee following yourperformances and I am interested in connecting with you down the road. In the fal I will be in St Marys , Ga and then traveling on my sailboat to the south.
Take care, and stay in touch,
Thank you for accepting me at this site!
My favorite myth is the myth of Inanna, goddess of heaven and earth. I have been telling this myth several times in Norway and Denmark and also combine it with a Goddess-workshop. To see the myth alive in our life today.
I enjoy to search for new ways on how the telling of myths and stories can help and give inspiration , in combination with workshops, drama, psychodrama and guided meditations. Thank you again for accepting me , I look forward to know more about storytellers and telling all over the world.
thank you for explaining the difference between a comment and a message, it is good to know! You have published many books! It would be interesting to hear more about them when we meet. Everything has gone well when meeting my publishers. I feel very glad. Look forward to meeting you at the conference.
thank you very much for your invitation - and thank you for founding this great site! It is so exciting to feel connected to storytellers from all over the world!
I am curious and looking forward to meet you in Lausanne!
Thank you, Dianne, for inviting me. I see that you have created this social network, I feel humble hearing that. I get nervous just to answer a letter for I don´t know if I will do it in the right place, and if I manage to do that I don´t know if I will press the right button to send it and keep wondering if it went away. I have asked some persons what is the difference between adding a comment and sending a message as the ted text goes but nobody has answered so I suppose it is a question you should understand without asking... Do you know? On my way to Lausanne I will meet a publisher for the first time, I feel excited about that. I look forward to meeting you in Lausanne, Dianne.
Thank you, Dianne, for your warm welcome. I'm doing my best to find people who can help with this adventure. Luckily, there is an active storytelling group nearby, the Borotellers. One of them is a former mentor of mine, Jette Halladay. I will be attending the Jonesborough Storytelling Festival this coming year for the 4th time and hope to meet active contacts there as well. Plus, I'm doing a monthly storytime for a local bookstore, in addition to a special program at the library and hosting a workshop for kids in the fall. Wish me luck. And I appreciate your support.
Hi Diane, had some trouble trying to add an event. The calendar was on April I clicked the forward arrow to go to May and got April 2010 several tries could not get to May. Maybe there is a quick fix or I am missing something there.
Thanks for putting this up on the net - it's just what we need! I'm adding to your uk membership, telling Cornish, Celtic, historical and modern tales, as well as teaching storytelling and using it in education. Wishing all the best for the site!
Hi Dianne! I was looking at all of your wonderful work! I'm so impressed! I would love to read some of your books! I have a three year old, do you have anything that you can recommend that you wrote that he would enjoy? By the way, he enjoys everything!
diane ! link with bartolomeu de las casas ? ( portuguese priest in 1500 ) ! have you seen our website : www.leeboon-ci-leer.org
senegal the land of LEUK ( the rabbit ) and BUKKI (hyena ) !
Gracias por haber creado este hermoso espacio de encuentro humano y profesional entre los narradores orales del planeta.
It's a beautiful idea, I love it!!!
Do you want to be my friend, even if my english is very poor?