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         Storytelling:     more books (100)
  1. The Secret Language of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire Action Through Narrative by Stephen Denning, 2007-10-12
  2. Wisdom Tales from Around the World (World Storytelling) by Heather Forest, 1996-11-25
  3. The Healing Art of Storytelling: A Sacred Journey of Personal Discovery by Richard D Stone, 2005-01-05
  4. Experiential Storytelling: (Re) Discovering Narrative to Communicate God's Message (Emergent YS) by Mark Miller, 2004-02-01
  5. Essentials of TAT and Other Storytelling Techniques Assessment (Essentials of Psychological Assessment Series) by Hedwig Teglasi, 2001-08-03
  6. The Parents' Guide to Storytelling: How to Make Up New Stories and Retell Old Favorites by Margaret Read MacDonald, 2001-03-31
  7. The Storytelling Stone: Traditional Native American Myths and Tales by Susan Feldmann, 1999-02-09
  8. Graphic Storytelling and Visual Narrative by Will Eisner, 2008-07-28
  9. Storytelling: Process and Practice by Norma J. Livo, Sandra A. Rietz, 1986-03
  10. The Story Factor: Inspiration, Influence, and Persuasion Through the Art of Storytelling by Annette Simmons, 2002-06
  11. Storytelling, Narrative, and the Thematic Apperception Test (Assessment of Personality and Psychopathology) by Phebe Cramer, 2004-06-02
  12. Storytelling Professionally: The Nuts and Bolts of a Working Performer by Harlynne Geisler, 1997-02-15
  13. The Story Handbook: A Primer on Language and Storytelling for Land Conservationists
  14. How to Draw: Storytelling (The Best of Wizard Basic Training) by Wizard Entertainment, 2006

41. International Storytelling Center
storytelling programs and resources. Information about the National storytelling Festival. Newsletter sign up.
National Storytelling Festival 2005 Make plans now to attend the Storytelling Festival October 7-9, 2005. Purchase your tickets before March 31, 2005 and save! More information?
Click here for the Festival Map and Schedule.

Storytelling Live! Teller-in-Residence Maggi Peirce was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and grew up surrounded by songs, skipping rhymes and recitations. Peirce performs Tues. through Sat., Sept 27 - Oct 1, at 2:00 p.m. More information?
Digital Storytelling Workshop
More information?

Special Event for Health and Clergy Professionals
Once Upon An Illness: Healing through Stories

October 5-6, 2005 Sponsored by: Mountain States Health Alliance and Mountain States Foundation New Web Site Dedicated to Ray Hicks Launched
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42. PIZZAZ! Creative Writing And Storytelling Ideas
Offers activities with copyable handouts for use with students of all ages. Utilizes poetry and fiction.
P eople I nterested in Z ippy and ZA ny Z cribbling
An Online Resource since 1995 for
Scribblers and Teachers of English as a Second Language
by Leslie Opp-Beckman
Fiction Bag of Tricks
More Publishing Opportunities
... Other Teacher Resources
Description: PIZZAZ! is dedicated to providing simple creative writing and oral storytelling activities with copyable (yes, copyable!) handouts for use with students of all ages. Permission is given to use these resources for in-class, non-profit use only. Prerequisite: An interest in using English in fun, dynamic ways! ESOL Student Level: Beginner through Advanced
Cinquain Poems Five-line poems that are very easy to write.
Submit one through an automatic PIZZAZ form. Diamante Poems Diamond-shaped poems - real gems! Seven lines in all.
Submit one through an automatic PIZZAZ form. Haiku Poems A short, three-line poem (originally from Japan) with the form: 5,7,5 syllables. Resources, examples, publishing opportunities.
Submit one through an automatic PIZZAZ form.

43. Eternal Principles Of Storytelling
Screenwriting seminars which identify the principles that have given the great stories their potency and how those principles can be used in a writers work.
Eternal Principles of Storytelling Home History Content Testimonials ... Contact Information The Eternal Principles of Storytelling are those principles of story that are true for all peoples in all times. They never change in themselves - they only take different forms as time advances. Eternal Principles 7010 Hwy 71 W Ste. 340-361 Austin, TX 78735 Why are some stories great and others fail? Why is it that a writer will hit the mark with one project and never seem to achieve the same goal again? The answer lies in the fact that a work is only as effective as the degree to which it aligns itself with the underlying principles of story. How do you learn these principles? Read on... Eteranl Principles* 7010 Hwy 71 W Ste. 340-361
Austin * TX * 78735

44. Storytelling In Business-storytelling In Organizations
storytelling in businessstorytelling in organizations-Introduction to storytelling,world s leading thinkers explore the role of storytelling,Why
Storytelling Passport to the 21st Century John Seely Brown, Steve Denning,
Katalina Groh, Larry Prusak:
Some of the world's leading thinkers explore the role of storytelling in the world I Introduction to storytelling I John Seely Brown on science I Steve Denning on change I Katalina Groh on video I
Larry Prusak on organization
I Discussion I Contact us Bibliography on storytelling
Introduction to storytelling
Humans have told stories since the cave, and there is a resurgence of interest in the art among today’s business leaders. What is new is the purposeful use of narrative to achieve a practical outcome. In this seminar, four leading thinkers on knowledge management explain why storytelling will become a key ingredient in managing communications, education, training and innovation in the 21st Century. Transcripts of the opening discussion (April 20, 2001)
a. Mara Mayor, Director of the Smithsonian Associates
b. Steve Denning
c. Larry Prusak
d. Katalina Groh

45. The Art And Science Of Storytelling Therapy
Offers a training seminar on a medium of communication between therapist and client. The therapist incorporates verbal and nonverbal information provided by the client into the formulation and delivery of a story that affects therapeutic outcome.
The Art and Science of Storytelling Therapy
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46. Australian Storytelling - Educational Stories, Articles, Storytelling Guild News
Oral storytelling in Australia through guilds and libraries.
Australian Storytelling
is now at
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Australian Storytelling
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47. Storybook Online Network - A Storytelling Community For Children
A storytelling community for children and parents with creative writing, illustrated stories, and interactive activities. Children can read, hear, see, and create stories before them. Stories are available for many different levels of readers. The site offers audio and video content
Storybook Online Network - A Storytelling Community For Children Fabulous Fiction
Write stories together. Categories include Harry Potter, Magic, History/Fairy Tales, Mystery, Animated Animals, and Modern Life.
Read Completed Stories Book Readings
Listen to audio stories recorded by our readers. Classic Tales
Multimedia presentations of classic children stories. Interactive Stories
Illustrated and animated presentations of original stories. Interactive Media
Flash games and activities. Original Fiction
Read original work written by people like you. Ask Questions
General Questions


Life ... Fabulous Fiction etc. Links Original stories and web sites by others Archives Read fabulous fiction stories in its entirety. Learn about Our Story Architecture Pages STORIES IN PROGRESS: The Royal Couple COMPLETED STORIES: 50 Stripes on Just One Flag A Writer with a pupose Fred and George's Stories Harry and Hermione's Summer ... Hello, I'm ugghh....Kyle

48. Points Of Entry: Cross-Currents In Storytelling—2005
Offers writers and teachers in professional journalism models for storytelling by presenting literary journalism (creative nonfiction), short fiction and oral and Native American stories and scholarship.
Order Preview Current Issue Contents Submissions
Points of Entry: Cross-Currents in Storytelling
Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Va.

49. Werewolf Index
Werewolf the Apocalypse errata, house rules, developer excepts, storytelling ideas, new rites, new gifts, new talens and fetishes, other shapeshifter guidelines, camps, societies and some Dark Ages ideas.
Rules and Reference
  • Errata - for Werewolf: the Apocalypse 2nd edition and the Players Guide, 2nd Edition Shifter Statistics - summary of all the different forms of all the different shapeshifters Werewolf House Rules - that I use in my game Wise Words from the Developers - comments and answers by the White Wolf developers taken from Has a large section from the Werewolf Developer Ethan Skemp and by Jim Moore on the Nagah Werewolf Character Sheets - all the Werewolf, and other Shapechanger, character sheets available on the net that I can find
The Umbra
Gifts, Rites, Totems and Fetishes

50. The Storytelling FAQ
The official internet guide to storytelling worldwide, for beginners and professionals, including practical advice, contacts and resources.
Home Articles Books Storytelling ... Wild Times
    The Storytelling FAQ
    Frequently Asked Questions
    Updated to This official internet Storytelling FAQ is at Tim Sheppard's Storytelling Resources for Storytellers at This FAQ is maintained by Tim Sheppard: Email or write to 4 Oakenhill Road, Brislington, Bristol BS4 4LR, England. Please see the document end for full credits and usage policy for copying this information. What's new in this update: new organisation and international event for Asia / Singapore; new festivals in Mexico, Canary Islands, Colombia. 17th May 2003: new FAQs on What is the best way to run a storytelling group?; How do I learn a story?; How do I find stories on a theme? 3rd March 2003: new info on the scene in China; updated subscription instructions for Storytell and Folklore email lists; all dead links removed or updated. 12th February 2003: two new Canadian organizations; two new Canadian festivals; updates to Canadian magazine. 7th October: a classic how-to guide now online; more on birthday parties

Ken Farmer promotes learning through storytelling. Based in Texas.
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52. YCAST - Summer And After-school Programs Using Role-Playing Games For Education
Dedicated to developing afterschool and summer programs for youth. Includes news, a history, and program overviews.
See our new FAQ page! "The best way to tell a good story is to experience one." If you are a child, a teenager, a college student, parent or educator, YCAST™ offers a great experience and many opportunities for personal, social and intellectual growth. Please browse our site to see what we do and let us know what you think by providing feedback. Click on the "Contact Us" button below to the left. If you want to be on our email list-serve, go to our group page at:
or just click on the Yahoo! Groups button below and register your email address. Our next BIG Event!!! The San Fransico Bay to Breakers Click here for the details!!
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53. Illinois Storytelling Inc.
Third weekend of September. Spring Grove, Illinois, USA.
The Illinois Storytelling Festival is Alive and Well! We appreciate all of the support from our loyal tellers and listeners. Funding is a continuing challenge for the Illinois Storytelling Festival and many other storytelling events throughout the country. Will that stop us? No! This year we went back to our roots and held a small, one-day event on August 14th to build up the financial resources we will need to return to our full weekend festival format. Other fundraising events are planned for the future. Keep on eye on this website and the calendar of storytelling events. Many thanks to all our sponsors and donors Illinois Storytelling, Inc. is a non-profit organization.
All contributions are fully tax-deductible. Illinois Storytelling, Inc.
PO Box 249, McHenry IL 60050
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54. Illinois Storytelling Festival
On Sunday, August 14, Illinois storytelling Inc. presents a one tent – all day The 2004 festival was canceled as Illinois storytelling Inc. went through
Memory Makers
Emcee-Megan Wells
Mama Edie Armstrong
Lucinda Flodin
Dan Keding
Emcee-Nan Kammann-Judd
Jim May
Patrick Ryan
Rich Tobiasz
Emcee-Gail Permenter
Scott Mor Jane Stenson Greg Weiss Megan Wells Emcee-Greg Weiss The Double Deckers Janice Del Negro Leanne Johnson Val Wallace Linda Gorham Marilyn Kinsella Beth Horner Emcee-Linda Gorham Horse Fair Park in Spring Grove, Illinois Tellers include three featured in the first festival of 1982: Patrick Ryan, Beth Horner, and Jim May Stories include local fire history, personal tales of humor and pathos, vibrant folktales, dynamic legends and sing-along stories. Tickets will be sold at the door: $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, $25 for families, and $5 for children 6 -12. The proceeds, and any donations, will help Illinois Storytelling Inc. produce the Illinois Storytelling Festival in 2006. Nationally recognized for excellence, the Illinois festival is a three-day event with several storytelling tents. The 2004 festival was canceled as Illinois Storytelling Inc. went through an internal reorganization. Sponsors for FIRE UP FOR STORIES include Intermatic of Spring Grove, Steiner Electric Company of Elk Grove Village and Premier Packaging of Libertyville.

55. Digital Storytelling Association
The storytelling Ring HomeFeaturing storytellers, organizations, events, and resources all dedicated, at least in part, to the vocal art of telling stories.
Our Association Ben efits Membership Our Association Ben efits Membership ... Contact Us

56. Australian Storytelling - Educational Stories, Articles, Storytelling Guild News
Oral storytelling in Australia through guilds and libraries.
  • Story lovers
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  • Speakers ...
  • Links Australian Storytelling Guild (NSW) Inc. - Ph: (02) 9525 9958 or (02) 6882 8880
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  • 57. Intergeneration Foundation's Annual Storytelling Contest
    Open to all ages, this short story contest is designed to promote intergenerational understanding. Maximum length 750 words. Cash prizes total $700. No entry fees. Deadline June 30, 2004.
    Intergeneration Foundation's
    2004 Storytelling Contest
    Winners Announced!
    Category - 18 and under
    Name Story Title Place, Prize $$ Verdell Walker A Hero's Welcome Tarah Bigger Raining on the Generation Gap Mary Wu Carpe Momento
    Category - Over 18
    Name Story Title Place, Prize $$ Elizabeth Maggio Tempo di Guerra H. Michael Brewer The Treasure Elizabeth Crabtree Passing Notes
    Click on the Story Titles to read the winning entries!
    2004 Contest is closedCheck back here for details on the next Intergeneration story contest
    (One of our favorite storytellers, Sean Astin, most recently of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, shown here with Intergeneration Foundation's former Executive Director, Lisa Miller)

    -IG Day



    -Getting Involved

    -Message from
    the President -Making ... Circle

    58. Storytelling Is Comprised Of Two Separate Stories
    If you’re a fan of Nascar racing, you can keep up to date with the latest news online, on events, teams and drivers.
    Helton Lays Down the Law on NASCAR Drivers (AP via Yahoo! News) NASCAR president Mike Helton, dissatisfied with recent driver conduct, said offenders could be seriously punished for violations in Sunday's race at Dover International Speedway. MPAA RATING: R for strong sexual content, language and some drug use Starring Selma Blair Paul Giamatti Leo Fitzpatrick John Goodman , and Julie Hagerty Storytelling is comprised of two separate stories set against the sadly comical terrain of college and high school, past and present. Following the paths of its young hopeful/troubled characters, it explores the issues of sex, race, celebrity and exploitation. (Fine Line Features)
    GENRE(S): Drama WRITTEN BY: Todd Solondz DIRECTED BY: Todd Solondz RELEASE DATE: DVD: July 16, 2002
    Video: July 16, 2002
    Theatrical: January 25, 2002 RUNNING TIME: 87 minutes, Color ORIGIN: USA Official Selection, New York Film Festival; Official Selection, Cannes International Film Festival Storytelling is a really funny movie wihich is also quite provocative. For instance, when Selma Blair (who is a college student) goes home with her professer, he tells her to take off her clothes face the wall and then use the N word. This is quite an offensive scene, but the purpose behind it seems to be that the director Solondz wants to raise awareness on the issues of sexism and racism.

    59. Index
    Contains information about the guild, storytellers and events.
    Welcome to New Zealand Storytelling
    This Web Site is under the auspices of
    The New Zealand Guild of Storytellers - Nga Kaikorero Purakau O Aotearoa (Inc)
    Storytelling is an ancient art.
    Storytelling is as old as Mankind. Our storytellers have been wise women and priests, bards and troubadours, parents and teachers. In each of us lives a storyteller, for stories are as natural to us as breathing and dreaming.
    Storytelling is a tool for modern times. The ancient art of storytelling is being recognised as the perfect tool for humanising the workplace, increasing the creativity of our learning environments, and as a tool to create stronger communities. It brings people closer and assists us to see our world and our challenges in a new light.
    "In the tale, in the telling, we are all one blood" Ursula K Le Guin

    • Forms etc for upcomming AGM Storytellers Page
    Information: This Site was last updated 17th September 2005
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    60. Storytelling Of The North Carolina Native Americans
    Lumbee, Cherokee, and Occaneechi traditional storytelling and stories.
    Best Viewed at 800x600, HiColor (16 bit)
    Lumbee Occaneechi Storytelling of the North Carolina Native Americans.
    Created by Bryan Acree John Ikeda , and Marcela Musgrove
    for JOMC 125, "Cybercasting and Cyberpublishing"
    at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Hosted by Sunsite
    Our thanks to the storytellers
    (Eagle Woman, Lawrence Dunmore , and Barbara Brayboy-Locklear
    as well as Stanley Knick and Freeman Owle.
    Last modified 12.8.98

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