Sorry! I forgot and it is important… In case you share the photo titled "El sabor de la hierbabuena", the name of the photographer is the organization I worked for: FUNDACIÓN TRES CULTURAS DEL MEDITERRÁNEO. (It is the only photo I have at this moment from Fundación Tres Culturas del Mediterráneo.)
Yurts are great - specially when they have fairy lights and candles. Milgi's yurt is in the yard behind a city centre bar, and it's full of sofas and armchairs. Sooo comfy. Kasper was our first international teller. Would you like to be our second?!! I'd love to hear you tell. Cat x
May I quote your question about "Scottish Folktales Collected by Duncan Williamson" in the next issue of North Carolina Storytelling Guild's quarterly publication - "Journal of Tar Heel Tellers?" If I receive your permission, I would like to proceed by asking permission to publish another individual's response.
I live in the US and love the way the UK look at copyright, particularly toward folklore.
Thanks for your question and keep 'em coming!
Thanks Tim. Its a very good likeness created by my son a few years back. Converys so much more than any photo I have!!!! Looking forward to navigating the site and getting lots out of it. Of course when I clicked on your page I was greeted by yourself and Clare Murphy. Small world!!!
Thanks, Tim! You've set me thinking.... A contemporary reference might make all the difference to the interested-but-unsure gang.To call a pair of medieval lovers 'the Brad & Angelina of their times' needn't devalue their story. And the essential show wouldn't have to change - maybe just a tweaking to the introduction...
Thanks for the reply, Tim. Been checking out your myspace and now I'm fascinated by your approach to marketing! No one in the UK sells shows your way. Clearly it works for you, or you wouldn't be using that language, but it does make me wonder whether all your shows are humorous. I'm interested because I'm a real medieval fiend and would love to do more medieval shows, but 'serious' medieval shows (ie romances) are almost impossible to sell to the general public here in the UK. The bawdy stuff is easy to market - the expectation is that the stories will be fast & funny. But romantic tales seem to be perceived as long, wordy, high brow... Do you do chivalric stuff - or 'serious' ghost stories for that matter? (Sorry to keep using the word serious - it implies that you're doing lightweight fluff, but you know what I'm saying, I'm sure!) How do you market darker material? Cat x
Hi Tim, yeah the yelping face is a kinda permanent feature now my son Dylan has switched into warp factor ten crawling speed!Thanks for saying hello. Hope the dark nights are proving fruitful storywise
Hey Tim, Happy to be contacted by you; in the virtual world and 'real' world. Look me up next time you happen to cross the vast expanse of ocean! In the meantime, catch yah in cyberspace.
Happy trails and tales.
If my video warranted a space on your bejeweled blog, I'm honored. Terrific stuff there, by the way. Browsing I stumbled upon several gems I want to inspect further. Time . . . I just need more time. Hey! Is that why you call yourself Tim E? Just caught that. Sweet.
Great stuff on the UnCon! Gotta say, you're making a heckuva splash. Way to tear into the old fabric and spin some new cloth, Tim. Impressive. Can't wait to see your zany telling in 2009 (if not sooner).