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  1. Storytelling in Religious Education by Susan M. Shaw, 1999-05
  2. Family Storytelling Handbook, The by Pellowski, 1987-12-30
  3. Corporate Legends and Lore: The Power of Storytelling As a Management Tool by Peg C. Neuhauser, 1993-05
  4. Documentary Storytelling for Video and Filmmakers by Sheila Curran Bernard, 2003-10-31
  5. Best-Loved Stories Told at the National Storytelling Festival
  6. Oral Storytelling and Teaching Mathematics: Pedagogical and Multicultural Perspectives by Michael Stephen Schiro, 2004-03-19
  7. Mythology: the Illustrated Anthology of World Myth & Storytelling
  8. Storytelling in the New Hollywood: Understanding Classical Narrative Technique by Kristin Thompson, 1999-11-05
  9. Storytelling in Daily Life: Performing Narrative by Kristin M. Langellier, Eric E. Peterson, 2004-01
  10. Storytelling in Christian Art from Giotto to Donatello by Jules Lubbock, 2006-05-22
  11. Scrapbook Storytelling: Save Family Stories and Memories With Photos, Journaling and Your Own Creativity by Joanna Campbell-Slan, Joanna Campbell Slan, 1999-06
  12. The Healing Heart: Families : Storytelling to Encourage Caring and Healthy Families (Families, 1)
  13. Chris Crawford on Interactive Storytelling (New Riders Games) by Chris Crawford, 2004-10-16
  14. Digital Storytelling with iMovie by Mark Standley, Skip Via, 2004-02

101.  Three Apples Storytelling Festival 2005
One of the nation’s largest and oldest storytelling festivals, held annually in the scenic New England town of Harvard, Massachusetts.
Three Apples
Storytelling Festival
September 24-25, 2005
Harvard, Massachusetts
st Annual Three Apples Storytelling Festival
Join us for the 21st Annual Three Apples Storytelling Festival featuring festival favorite Odds Bodkin and festival first timer, Pleasant DeSpain in historic Harvard, Massachusetts. The festivities begin Saturday, September 24 through Sunday, September 25th, 2005. New in 2005 Library Previews - Eleven free preview performances at libraries throughout Massachusetts will take place from September 7th-22nd. Master Classes - Sunday, September 25th features intimate 2 hour master classes with Odds Bodkin and Pleasant DeSpain. Class size is limited to provide plenty of interaction with these master tellers in a relaxed setting. 2005 Festival Brochure Our brochure is on it's way to your mailbox! If you haven't already joined our mailing list, Sign up now ! By joining our mailing list you will get discount ticket notification and Three Apples Storytelling Festival news as it becomes available! View a PDF copy online Help Support the Festival Online Contributions Now Accepted
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102. International Conference On Virtual Storytelling 2003 - Toulouse, France
VISIONS is a virtual reality software devised to help authors build prototypes of stories. It is aimed at those working in film, television, animation,

103. The Performance Cult
Boston Experimental Arts Ensemble which is a collective of eclectic theatre artists communicating in a variety of styles; monologue, storytelling, dance/movement, puppetry, music, etc. featuring improvised and autobiographical material often being presented for the first time.

104. Interactive Storytelling Tools For Writers
Software for creating and using interactive storyworlds.
Welcome to
Erasmus Adage for the week of September 25 - October 1:
Bis septem plagis polypus contusus "Twice seven blows crush the polyp" In this case, "polyp" refers to a fish that must be beaten to soften the flesh and make it edible. The adage refers to a man who has suffered greatly, but become a better man because of his suffering. We use it to indicate respect for one who has suffered much and emerged from the experience better. Here's the September status report on the Erasmatron and the overview.
Core Content:
Questions or comments? to email Chris Crawford perpetrator of the Erasmatron, decode this jpg . Sorry for the visual indirection, but my inbox is getting buried in spam Want to be kept up to date on developments? Send me an email asking to be put on the mailing list for my rare, brief newsletter.

105. Connecticut Storytelling Center - Festival
The website of the Connecticut storytelling Center.
Festival School Programs Tellabration! Membership Directory ... CSC Home
The 25th Annual
Connecticut Storytelling Festival
April 28-30, 2006
With Charlotte Blake Alston
and a galaxy of tellers to celebrate this special anniversary. Further details will appear on this site beginning in February, 2006. If you are interested in telling at a future Festival, or leading a workshop, please download our Artist Proposal Form If you'd like to be a Festival volunteer (we love our volunteers!) contact CSC or call (860) 439-2764.
Festival School Programs Tellabration! Membership Directory ... CSC Home Connecticut Storytelling Center
Rosalind Hinman

106. The Storytelling Show
Radio program focused on women's storytelling. Vancouver, Canada.
You can hear us every Sunday at 9pm on 102.7 FM in the Vancouver area, also available on cable FM (check your cable provider listings for frequency) and StarChoice satellite channel 845. Also, powered by free software and volunteers, Vancouver Coop Radio is live on the Internet.
Live every Sunday at 9pm on CFRO Co-Op Radio 102.7FM Online streaming of Co-op Radio
Click here for streams

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107. Yukon International Storytelling Festival
Visit for the latest news about the thirdlargest storytelling festival in the world, the Yukon International storytelling Festival.
Yukon International Storytelling Festival has moved to a new home page!

Yukon International Storytelling Festival
PO Box 31722
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A-6L3
ph:(867) 633-7550
fax:(867) 633-3883

108. Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild
Monthly meeting for professional and amateur tellers, member directory, and event listings. Allentown/Bethlehem area, PA.
Lehigh Valley Storytelling Guild Our members are professional and amateur storytellers, poets, actors, and others who benefit by the study of the art of storytelling and whose pleasure it is to practice this ancient art. Both experienced storytellers and newcomers are welcomed.
The Guild was started in 1998 to promote the art of storytelling in the Lehigh Valley, and to refine the member's storytelling skills. We have presented numerous showcases, appeared at festivals, conducted story swaps and workshops. We meet at Godfrey Daniels Coffee House on the second Wednesday of each month except August (See you at Musikfest).
Charles Kiernan at 610-799-2742 / Up Coming Events Monthly Story Swap
at Godfrey Daniels Listening Club
7 East Fourth St. South Bethlehem
(Just down the hill from Lehigh University
Wednesday, September 14th
$2.50 admission
Come and swap stories or just come to listen.
Either way, it's great family entertainment.
(Just like in the old days, sitt'en around the hearth.) No Swap in October!

109. Educational Uses Of Digital Storytelling
Introduction to Digital storytelling Educational Goals and Objectives Digital storytelling is a fantastic way to engage students, teachers and just
Home Page for Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling Welcome to a website devoted to the Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling. Above are links to various sections of the site.
  • The Introduction page presents a brief explanation of digital storytelling and includes introductory material about how DS is being used in education. The Goals and Objectives page states educational goals for both teachers and students, as well as the educational objectives of digital storytelling. The Getting Started page outlines a step-by-step process for creating a digital story. The Examples page offers links to several sections containing example digital stories. Some of these stories were found on the Internet. Other examples were created by K-12 teachers, undergraduate and graduate students and faculty members from the University of Houston. The Tools page offers a list of technology applications that can be used to create digital stories, including basic information in reference to system requirements and cost. The Evaluation page provides a sample rubric that can be used to evaluate digital stories created by students.

110. Storytelling
Movie review and pictures.
Storytelling Storytelling is the third film by written and directed by Todd Solondz, and continues in his tradition of wickedly funny, almost to the point of morbid, humor. Storytelling gained notoriety due to a love scene between Selma Blair and Robert Wisdom that the MPAA deemed to steamy. Rather than cutting, editing, or reshooting the scene, Solondz ( Welcome to the Dollhouse Happiness ) opted to place a red box over the actors. It was his way of protesting what he believed was censorship of his film. It is a bold move, yet it borders on the pretentious, like the rest of this movie. Storytelling consists of two stories, "Fiction" and "Non-Fiction." Both are unrelated aside from the fact that they both touch upon some creative aspect, writing for the first and filming for the second. "Fiction" is the first and more interesting segment. It revolves around Vi (Blair, Legally Blonde Down to You ), a graduate student. She is dating Marcus (Leo Fitzpatrick

111. - Storytelling: The Art Of Knowledge - Introduction
The skillful art of storytelling is passed down from one generation to another by chosen, recognized or hereditary storytellers.
QUICK LINKS Home page Archaeology Arts and Crafts Civilizations Cultures First Peoples History Treasures Military history Artifact catalogue Library catalogue Other Web sites Boutique
The First Peoples of Canada recognize certain members of their communities for their ability as storytellers. The skillful art of storytelling is passed down from one generation to another by chosen, recognized or hereditary storytellers.
S ome stories are shared at certain times of the year, in designated areas and on special occasions. As well, parents, family members and Elders share their knowledge with the younger generations in the course of their daily activities. T T his exhibit is a project of the interns in the Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices of the Canadian Museum of Civilization.

Created: September 12, 1997 . Last update: August 13, 2001
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112. Audio Bibles On Tape/CD By Max McLean
Max McLean is an a storyteller committed to providing insight and understanding into God's Word through performance. Details of his storytelling, sound recordings, schedule and contact information.

113. Abenaki
Author Joseph Bruchac on his tribe's oral tradition. Three traditional folktales are also presented.
The Abenaki Perspective on
By Joe Bruchac
torytelling played and continues to play a number of roles among the Abenakis. Well-told stories amuse and involve the listeners, but just as importantly have long been used to teach a variety of moral and cultural lessons to everyone in the community, not just children. Such practices as respecting elders, caring for children, sharing food and
material possessions, making careful use of plants and game animals, and remaining deeply aware of the natural world around them, are still taught and reinforced by traditional tales. Parents tell these stories, children share them with each other, and now, just as it was long ago, there are some men and women who are known as Storytellers (Nudatlogit).
Stories have also been used as a means of discipline. Because children were never supposed to be mistreated (to the point that early European observers remarked on the fact that Abenaki children were spoiled and allowed to "run wild"), when a child misbehaved or did something dangerous or foolish, that child would be told a lesson story to provide them with guidance. The wise or foolish deeds of Gluskonba (or Gluskabe) and Azeban, the Raccoon, whose greed and boastfulness provide negative examples, have
Long been favorites of Abenaki children.

114. Storyfest - Storytelling, Spirituality & Travel
storytelling art and craft by Robert and Kelly Vilhelm. Festivals, seminars, tours (Wales, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Hawaii, New Mexico), apprenticeship in
W e l c o m e t o S t o r y f e s Come Visit...
Inn of the Storytellers

Hilo, Hawai'i - January 16-27, 2006
San Francisco - March, 2006
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Chartres, France
Venice, Italy
S t o r y t el l in g
Pi lg r i m a g e
L a n d s ca pe s T r a vel L e ge n ds Di sc ov ery S p i r it ua li t y H i s t o ry Q u e sts
Created by Dr. Mary Jo Kelly Wilhelm Beginning this December! The Storytellers' Cafe Monthly Audio CD Storytelling on Archetypal Themes from Around the World Private Tours of Historic Maryland Lectionary Storybook Word Next Issue September 25 Tales of Three Archangels School of Sacred Storytelling Apprenticeship Diploma Post-Graduate Fellowship on Sugarloaf Mountain Maryland

115. Molly Catron, Storyteller
storytelling, mentoring, coaching, coach, business consultant, business storytelling

116. National Theatre : NT Education : Storytelling
Bay Area storytelling FestivalThe Bay Area storytelling Festival, the San Francisco Bay Area s annual weekend of storytelling.

117. Welcome To The Beyond The Border Festival
Takes place every summer in South Wales. Includes programme of music, song and story, with information on tickets, travel and accommodation.
July 7th - 9th 2006
St Donats Castle South Wales
Click here to be added to our new E-Mailing list
Beyond The Border 2006
Below is a taste of what is in store for the 2006 Programme. More details of the 2006 Artists Line-up will appear on this site later in the year. Themes for Beyond The Border 2006 Dragons and Silk
Stories from the Silk Road
Dragon Tales Uniting Chinese culture with the Land of Wales made the choice of our Totem Creature for 2006 very easy indeed! DANIEL MORDEN , with composer and jazz guitarist DYLAN FOWLER. The Story of The Troubadour We take a look at some of the stories and the music associated with the time of the Troubadour in Western Europe, when contact between the world of Islam and medieval Christendom produced a flowering of artistic achievement and extraordinary cultural exchange.
Stories from The Muslim World
Taking place throughout 2006, the UK Festival of Muslim Cultures is a nation-wide celebration of the rich cultural and artistic expressions of Muslim peoples: a dvancing understanding, promoting respect and facilitating interconnectedness. Beyond The Border will be playing a major part in this celebration, collaborating with other venues and Festivals in Wales and England to promote understanding of the diversity and humanity of the Muslim world.

118. Middle Ages Storytelling: Find Information On The Middle Ages.
Elementary and Middle students enjoy locating information on the Middle Ages for free! Learn about the people of the Middle Ages, Castles, and Knights by
T he M iddle ... ibliography
T he M iddle A ges:
S torytelling Webquest
Elementary and middle students can now enjoy locating information on the Middle Ages! Learn about the people of the Middle Ages, Castles, and Knights by studying their Tales and Legends. Q uestion: Can you create and tell a story that will teach your peers about the people and ideas of the middle ages? back to the top B ackground I nformation A long time ago in the beginning of the European Middle Ages there were no books. As a matter of fact very few people even knew how to read or write. Nevertheless, there were many fascinating stories stories of heroic deeds and evil monsters- told by storytellers, minstrels, and poets. These stories reflect the beliefs and concerns of the people of the Middle ages and give us a glimpse of their daily lives. Also, these stories provide us with a sense of the social, cultural, and political forces that affected behavior and motivated change. Eventually, Christian Monks, Nobleman, and other learned men began to record and illustrate these stories capturing them for people throughout the ages to share. These stories provide an appealing way to trace and retrace the social history of the Middle Ages. back to the top T asks Model Storytelling
Students tell a Middle Age's Legend

Sharing Legends with the World (Wonders of Technology.)

119. Storytelling -- It's News!
National storytelling Network's compilation of articles in the media about storytelling.
Published by The Advocacy Committee of the National Storytelling Network From classrooms to boardrooms to operating rooms, storytelling is being used as an effective communications tool. There have been articles about storytelling in many publications including The Times (London, England) The Harvard Business Review The Chicago Tribune The New England Journal of Medicine ... The LA Times and Over 200 recent articles describing various uses of storytelling are listed below. Click on a link for the summary of that article and, if possible, a link to obtain a copy of that article. These articles have also been grouped according to these subjects: In addition, you can use Google to search these articles for subjects that interest you.
Click here
for recent quotes about storytelling from around the world.
An organization with over 3,000 members, National Storytelling Network has as its mission: "Bringing together and nurturing individuals and organizations that use the power of storytelling in all its forms." Montana Storytellers Will Spin Their Yarns in Cut Bank Great Falls Tribune (Great Falls, MT),

120. Storytelling, Storytellers, Stories, Story, Hear And Read Stori
storytelling, Storyteller, Stories, how to, listen to stories, read stories, find tellers and storytellers.
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Live365 Station var site="s10storytellernet" Welcome Click Here for News Archive Our Next TeleCourse is Tuesday! Posted 2005-09-21 by SNStaff Our next TeleCourse is Tuesday, September 27th. "Storytelling 101" begins at 5PM Pacific Time/8PM Eastern Time. There are still a few spots left. 90 minutes of learning, fun, interactions, games and tested tips from a t

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