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         Storytelling:     more books (100)
  1. Cinematic Storytelling: The 100 Most Powerful Film Conventions Every Filmmaker Must Know by Jennifer Van Sijll, 2005-08-25
  2. Documentary Storytelling, Second Edition: Making Stronger and More Dramatic Nonfiction Films by Sheila Curran Bernard, 2007-01-25
  3. Improving Your Storytelling (American Storytelling) by Doug Lipman, 1999-11-25
  4. The Leader's Guide to Storytelling: Mastering the Art and Discipline of Business Narrative by Stephen Denning, 2005-04-22
  5. Creative Storytelling: Choosing, Inventing, & Sharing Tales for Children by Jack Maguire, 1992-01
  6. The Power of Personal Storytelling by Jack Maguire, 1998-10-12
  7. Storytelling: Branding in Practice by Klaus Fog, Christian Budtz, et all 2005-02-24
  8. Storytelling for Grantseekers: The Guide to Creative Nonprofit Fundraising by Cheryl A. Clarke, 2001-11-15
  9. The Art of Storytelling: Easy Steps to Presenting an Unforgettable Story by John Walsh, 2003-01-01
  10. Digital Storytelling: A Creator's Guide to Interactive Entertainment by Carolyn Handler Miller, 2004-08-05
  11. Storytelling with Children by Nancy Mellon, 2000-10-15
  12. Storytelling through Animation (Graphics) by Mike Wellins, 2005-03
  13. Creative Storytelling Guide For Children's Ministry: When All Your Brain Wants To Do Is Fly (Teacher Training Series) by Steven James, 2003-11
  14. Exploring Visual Storytelling (Exploring (Delmar)) by Brian Arnold, Brendan Eddy, 2007-06-05

161. Glistening Waters Storytelling Festival
storytelling Festival Glistening Waters - October 2004.
A magical weekend of wonder, imagination and entertainment for all ages with international and New Zealand tellers
23-25 June 2006
For further queries please contact
Festival Convenor, PO Box 645, Masterton, Wairarapa, New Zealand. Email:

162. Gloria Deluxe: Enter
Band information, sample MP3s, CD ordering, lyrics and show dates for this New York based storytelling band.
Gloria Deluxe Gloria Deluxe

163. Native American Traditional Storytelling
storytelling The Art of Knowledge, from the Canadian Museum of Civilization Story Time at Rankin Inlet A collection of translated Innu stories and
Native American Traditional Storytelling
Aadizookaanag , Traditional Stories, Legends and Myths
Maya Culture Traditional Storyteller's Tales
Menominee Tales and Folklore
Myths of the Spokane Tribe
From the Spokane Tribal Web site
Spokane Myths, Legends and Stories
From the Wellpinit School System on the Spokane Reservation
Excerpt from Pages From Hopi History by Harry C. James
from the University of Arizona Press.
Excerpt from Mexican Folk Tales by Anthony John Campos
from the University of Arizona Press.
Excerpt from Pima Indian Legends by Anna Moore Shaw
from the University of Arizona Press.
Excerpt from Spider Woman Stories by G. M. Mullett
from the University of Arizona Press.
Storytelling: The Art of Knowledge
from the Canadian Museum of Civilization
Story Time at Rankin Inlet
A collection of translated Innu stories and other cultural information
White Buffalo Calf Woman Brings The First Pipe
As told by: Joseph Chasing Horse
Articles and books from the period 1880 - 1905, placed online by The Modern English Collection at the Electronic Text Center , University of Virginia.

164. TimeSlips - Creative Storytelling Project
storytelling project with people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers.
TimeSlips received a MindAlert Award from the American Society on Aging! Click here to read more about the MindAlert awards. TimeSlips is featured on Kansas Public Radio! Click here to listen to an archive of the broadcast. Our new, comprehensive Training Manual is now available! Click here for an order form. NEW! Questions/comments on TimeSlips? Send them by email to our new bulletin board on the Resource Page We just launched our first e-newsletter. For archived newsletters see the Resource Page For listings of our Regional Training Bases, click here Developed by Anne Basting (PhD) in 1998, the TimeSlips Project has generated hundreds of stories, produced plays and art exhibits, and rekindled the hope for human connection among people struggling with Alzheimer's Disease and related dementia. Hit Counter

165. The North Carolina Storytelling Guild (NCSG)
Providing storytelling events, continuing education opportunities and advocacy for the art of the oral tradition throughout the state of North Carolina.
The North Carolina Storytelling Guild (NCSG) is focused on serving the storytelling Community - storytellers and audiences alike by providing storytelling events, continuing education opportunities and advocacy for the art of the oral tradition throughout the state of North Carolina. The NCSG currently sponsors an annual storytelling festival in November of each year, as well as a Winter Workshop and Spring Retreat/Annual Meeting
Featured Teller
Willa Brigham
Willa Brigham is a wonderful weaver of tales; an inspirational speaker, song writer and performing artist. She is also the host of the Emmy Award Winning TV Show Smart Start Kids (NC). Through the oral tradition of folklore, fairy tales, myths, legends, original stories and songs, she mesmerizes, educates, motivates and inspires. Her multiple talents entertain and bring laughter to audiences of all ages. She uses her contagious energy to encourage audiences to soar along on the wings of her every word.
Willa is a native of Tuskegee, Al. She earned a BS Degree in Physical Education from Alabama State University in Montgomery, AL and an MS Degree in Health Science from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.

166. West Virginia Storytelling Guild
Supporting and promoting storytellers in West Virginia.
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Sephardic and traditional Jewish music, flamenco guitar music, opera, and storytelling. Biography, reviews, concert dates, and sound files.

168. Sheldon Oberman - Writing And Storytelling
(Official site) Awardwinning author offers stories, folktales, FAQ, and tips for writers and storytellers, as well as writing challenges and anecdotes
Sheldon Oberman Writing and Storytelling Awards (scroll down)
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169. Tech Head Stories
Essays on combining storytelling and technology.
For more information, or if you
have comments, send email:
WELCOME TO TECH HEAD STORIES Welcome electronic pilgrims, cyber surfers, techno outriders one and all. You have arrived at Tech Head Stories. Gather around the electronic fire, lounge in the cyber cafe, take your place in the cyber salon. The shifty-eyed lounge lizard in the back, yes, the one behind you, mutters, "What's in it for me? What's inside?" Glad you asked me that, Pilgrim. Since you've asked, there are tales of tech and tales of bone head woe. Interested in multimedia? Digital Cinema? Digital Storytelling? Do you want to make these things? The crowd leans forward, listening intently. How about story structure and digital technology? No matter, there's something here for you. The shifty eyed pilgrim cocks a wary eye. Do you want more than a digital press release? The crowd murmurs. At Tech Head Stories we go beyond tools, we explore visions, messages, and meanings created with digital tools. Even the Pilgrim nods his head. Here we sing songs in praise of the body electric. If it deals with technology or stories you'll find something inside. So all you seekers of techno wisdom and truth, info slackers with time to spare, come browse our pages before you return your travels on the information silk roads through cyberspace. Linger a while and hear some Tech Head Stories.

170. Story
Oxnard, California, USA. Annual schoolwide festival at Williams School.
Storytelling Festival
Try these storytelling sites:

171. Northwest SPokenword LAB - SPLAB!
Information on poetry slams and workshops in Washington State. SPLAB is a center dedicated to poetry, storytelling, conversation, debate and building community through shared experience of the written and spoken word.
About SPLAB!
Visiting Poet Series

Living Room

SPLAB! on the Road

SPLAB! News tenth annversary celebration!
Full Schedule Here
50 in advance, 60 the day of the event and the reading alone is ADRIAN CASTRO was an Academy of American Poets Eric Mathieu King winner and his poems have appeared in numerous anthologies. LISA JARNOT PAUL HUNTER Poet, teacher, performer, playwright, musician, instrument-maker, artist, editor, publisher, and grassroots arts activist. For the past eleven years Paul Hunter has produced fine letterpress books under the imprint of Wood Works. Recipient of the 1998 Pym Cup and the 1999 Nelson Bentley Award, he lives and works in Seattle. Auburn Public Library
1102 Auburn Way S, Auburn, WA 98002
Senior Center Auburn
808 9th Street Southeast, Auburn, WA 98002
SPONSORS: The City of Auburn, The Auburn Arts Commission, The King County Library System, The Friends of the Auburn Library, The Friends of the Muckleshoot Library, The Breneman Jaech Foundation, The Evergreen State College, Seattle Central Community College, 4 Culture, Cavanaugh Ace Hardware, Scarff Ford-Isuzu and Speakeasy Broadband. NEW! SPLAB! Poets on mp3s

172. Heeb Magazine: Events
Don t miss the next installment of Heeb storytelling April 5 at Joe s Pub in Manhattan. The event has featured Mike Albo, Jonathan Ames, Todd Barry,
Heeb Storytelling
Don't miss the next installment of Heeb Storytelling April 5 at Joe's Pub in Manhattan. The event has featured Mike Albo, Jonathan Ames, Todd Barry, Lisa Kron, Hedda Lettuce, Eugene Mirman, Isaiah Sheffer, Amanda Stern, and Darin Strauss among others.
Heeb Photo Galleries The Chosen One, Aug 2005, Manhattan The Heeb Hop, July 16, Toronto Heeb Hijinx, June 21-24, Hollywood Storytelling, June 12, Manhattan Control the Media, May 3, Manhattan Storytelling, Apr 5, Manhattan Heeb Christmas Eve Party, Dec 2004, Manhattan Heeb Storytelling, Dec 2004, Manhattan Heeb Film Festival, Dec 2004, London Heeb Storytelling, Dec 2004, San Francisco Heeb Hanukkah Party, Dec 2004, Manhattan The Chosen One: A Benefit for Heeb Magazine, Dec 3, Manhattan Heeb Issue 7 Release Party, Nov 2004, Manhattan Heeb Storytelling, Aug 2004, Manhattan Heeb Issue 6 Release Party, Jul 2004, Manhattan Heeb Storytelling, May 2004, Manhattan Heeb Storytelling, Mar 2004, Washington, D.C. Heeb Issue 5 Release Party, Feb 2004, NYC Heeb Storytelling, Jan 2004, Manhattan

173. Tonsil: Musings From An Itinerant Story Listener
Weblog on storytelling issues.
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Tonsil: Musings from an Itinerant Story Listener
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Storytelling from the Internet Archive
I've used the Internet Archive for a while to search for old web pages that have vanished from the Web. Now, I understand, they are also allowing folks to upload audio and video, becoming a public distribution channel for homemade media and music released into the public domain or under a creative commons license.
Just for the heck of it I did a search for "storyteller." A surprising number of Grateful Dead bootlegs show up. Still, I found these:
A short demo recording from the audio stories of C gurkin

Childhood Matters: Music, dance and theater are all great ways to help children learn to express themselves, communicate their feelings and interact with the world. Guests: Andrea Temkin of Arts Council Silicon Valley and Asheba, beloved Bay Area musician and storyteller

Oh my! Many of the Fray Day events are here
Now if I can only figure out how to download these files and play them...

174. O.O.P.S! Storytelling - The Ohio Order For The Preservation Of Storytelling
The networking agent and supporting organization for storytelling and storytellers in the State of Ohio. Holds annual storytelling Conference, regional seminars and publishes a quarterly newsletter.
O.O.P.S! (The Ohio Order for the Preservation of Storytelling) was founded in 1986. Its goals are:
  • To preserve and perpetuate the art of storytelling. To host an annual Ohio conference (usually an early weekend in May ). To identify and promote storytellers. To serve as a networking agent for various state storytelling guilds/groups.
The conference includes storytelling and sharing, enlightening workshops, and socializing with storytellers and story lovers from all over the State of Ohio (and many other states too!). O.O.P.S! also plans regional seminars - recently, these have covered the aspects of The Business of Storytelling . Check the Events page for additional information about the Annual Conference (the upcoming will be our seventeenth) and other events. Besides receiving a discounted registration fee for the Conference and other events, members enjoy the O.O.P.S! quarterly newsletter, packed with ideas, information, what's happening, and Ernie Jack, member and teller

Weekly poetry readings, storytelling and music at Stone Circle in Michigan. Readings take place on Fridays and Saturdays from midJune to Labor Day Weekend. Hosted by Terry Wooten.
campfireunder the stars
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Fridays and Saturdays from mid-June to Labor Day Weekend 10 miles north of Elk Rapids
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This page was last updated Fri Oct 22 12:11:20 1999 Pacific time

176. The Storytelling Ring
Hub for links to storytelling events, resources, and organizations.

The Cape Clear International storytelling Festival takes place annually each September, on the southernmost of Ireland's islands. Stories in Irish and English for children and adults, discussions, swaps, workshops for aspiring seanachies, puppets, and music.
THE CAPE CLEAR ISLAND INTERNATIONAL STORYTELLING FESTIVAL 2005 Friday, 2 September - Sunday, 4 September 2005 Some of our clients expressed the desire to see a group photograph on the web page.........Well, can you see yourself! Click on the image to view a larger one. Joe Brennan, Shonaleigh Pól Ó Colmáin, Christine McMahon, Michael Parent Christine McMahon, Pól Ó Colmáin. Joe Brennan, Shonaleigh, Pól Ó Colmáin, Christine McMahon, Michael Parent Joe Brennan, Pól Ó Colmáin. Shonaleigh and Michael Parent Five photos in haste, Friday 2nd September. Joe Brennan. Ireland. Growing up in Wexford, Joe was steeped in stories of days and characters past by both his parents. His affinity with stories, and those who inhabit them, was futher deepened through his work as a Teacher and radio broadcaster, and by his experiences travelling. Joe will take you on a journey of magic and wonder through the highways and byways of Ireland, from his native Wexford to his home in Donegal. He will bring you over the seas to exotic and mysterious lands that lie beyond the horizon of our imagination. His repertoire of folktales, myths, legends and original stories reflects the wide gamut of human experiences and emotions. He has featured at numerous storytelling festivals throughout Ireland - Cultra, Sperrins, Seacat, Wexford's 'Stories from the Hearth' - and this will be his first visit to Cape Clear. Christine McMahon performer from the Shaggy Dog Storytellers club which has been running for 11 years, brings with her a passion for traditional English stories. Drawing from her Lancashire childhood in the shadow of the Pendle Witch country she combines the dark and mysterious tales of strange births, bewitchment and revenge with Yorkshire humour to bring a vibrant approach to a storytelling session. She has performed recently at the Australian Storytelling Festival and in the mountains of West Virginia as well as in clubs and venues throughout the UK. Her background is Dramatherapy, teaching Drama and Psychology and she has been telling stories for about 11 years. She particularly loves working in prisons and is currently looking at using stories in restorative justice.

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