A national conversation from all perspectives on the profession of storytelling with children. Serving all members of the storytelling with children portion of the storytelling movement. Including presenters, listeners, festival organizers, administrators, educators, parents, and storytellers.
Interview #122 Odds Bodkin – Storytelling in the Bardic Tradition.
The New York Times dubbed him "a consummate storyteller" while TIMEOUT New York writes, "Master Storyteller Odds Bodkin is the talk of the town with his remarkable one-man Art of the Tale."
Interview #120 Diane Wolkstein – Connecting with Audiences, Other Cultures and Ourselves
iane Wolkstein is also the award–winning author of 23 books, including The Magic Orange Tree and Other Haitian Folktales and Inanna, Queen of Heaven, and numerous CDs and DVDs.
Interview #118 Diane Edgecomb – Place Based Nature Storytelling.
In this interview with Eric, I speak about how the various elements of nature mythology can be an enlivening force both for those who hear you tell and for your own journey into this ancient form of meaning.
Interview #117 Tim Errenta - Bringing Storytelling to the Fringe.
Tim Errenta has performed in Fringe Festivals around the United States using his storytelling who Top Ten Hits from 1349.
Interview #116 Antonio Rocha Using the Language of the Body in Storytelling.
How does the body without the use of te voice commuicate to an audience?
Interview #114 Angela Llyod - The Gentle Power of Patience.
Angela Llyod is a California based storyteller who has told at the National Storytelling Festival and at Festivals all over the ountry.
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I'm not even a storyteller
But I love this podcast. I started listening for the stories, but stayed for the amazing insights that have enriched my life in all sorts of ways. So much practical information for people who want to start storytelling, too! Definitely try it out. Hope he comes back, in the meantime, I'm re-listening to back episodes.
My favorite podcast!
What a joy to be able to hear from experienced storytellers - their journeys and their 'take' on what directions storytelling may take. For an emerging storyteller living in a rural setting with little access or opportunity to see live professional storytellers, these podcasts are truly a gift. My understanding of what storytelling can and does mean has greatly expanded by listening to these wonderful shows. I travel with the Brother Wolf podcasts, and it certainly makes the trip shorter and more enjoyable. Thanks, Eric! Well done, and keep up the good work!
Awesome! An interview with Tim Tingle!? He taught my Storytelling class for the University of Oklahoma's travel study program in Santa Fe. I loved every minute of this trip with him as our captain. I am so looking forward to listening to this.