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  1. Cinematic Storytelling: The 100 Most Powerful Film Conventions Every Filmmaker Must Know by Jennifer Van Sijll, 2005-08-01
  2. The Leader's Guide to Storytelling: Mastering the Art and Discipline of Business Narrative by Stephen Denning, 2005-04-22
  3. Improving Your Storytelling: Beyond the Basics for All Who Tell Stories in Work and Play (American Storytelling) by Doug Lipman, 1999-11-25
  4. Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning, and Creativity
  5. The Elements of Persuasion: Use Storytelling to Pitch Better, Sell Faster & Win More Business by Richard Maxwell, Robert Dickman, 2007-08-14
  6. Digital Storytelling, Second Edition: A creator's guide to interactive entertainment by Carolyn Handler Miller, 2008-04-17
  7. Documentary Storytelling, Second Edition: Making Stronger and More Dramatic Nonfiction Films by Sheila Curran Bernard, 2007-02-08
  8. Graphic Storytelling and Visual Narrative (Will Eisner Instructional Books) by Will Eisner, 2008-08-17
  9. Documentary Storytelling, Third Edition: Creative Nonfiction on Screen by Sheila Curran Bernard, 2010-09-14
  10. The Art of Storytelling: Easy Steps to Presenting an Unforgettable Story by John Walsh, 2003-01-01
  11. Directing the Story: Professional Storytelling and Storyboarding Techniques for Live Action and Animation by Francis Glebas, 2008-10-23
  12. Storytelling: Branding in Practice by Klaus Fog, Christian Budtz, et all 2010-10-18
  13. Creative Illustration Workshop for Mixed-Media Artists: Seeing, Sketching, Storytelling, and Using Found Materials by Katherine Dunn, 2010-11-01
  14. Storytelling for User Experience: Crafting Stories for Better Design by Whitney Quesenbery, Kevin Brooks, 2010-04-15

1. The Art Of Storytelling Show With Brother Wolf
An international conversation of storytellers on the Art of storytelling with Brother Wolf.
The Art of Storytelling Show
Interviewing the best of the Storytelling Community.
Press Play to hear Sankofa, aka David A. Anderson speaks on Historical Storytelling and Cultural Identity on the Art of Storytelling with Brother Wolf. David A. Anderson/Sankofa
In 2009, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture convened, at the Washington Mall, several members of the National Association of Black Storytellers (NABS) to “give voice,” to “explore the expressive power of the creative African American verbal arts and oral traditions in the shaping of American culture and communication.” Through stories [and] words of wisdom, . . . we NABS sisters and brothers . . . evoke[d] themes dealing with “hearth, home, and community.” Tags: Historical Storytelling New York Storytellers North Eastern Storytelling Social Justice ... Comments (0)
Press Play to hear Kathy Collins speak on being a Comedian who tells stories and being a storyteller who uses comedy on the Art of Storytelling with Brother Wolf. Although I began storytelling as a teenage in high school forensics competitions

2. Storytelling - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The web page of the National storytelling Network, with links to its Festival, organization, and resources.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Storytelling (disambiguation)
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Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate (January 2009) This article has been nominated to be checked for its neutrality . Discussion of this nomination can be found on the talk page (January 2009) The Boyhood of Raleigh by Sir John Everett Millais , oil on canvas, 1870.
A seafarer tells the young Sir Walter Raleigh and his brother the story of what happened out at sea Storytelling is the conveying of events in words images and sounds often by improvisation or embellishment. Stories or narratives have been shared in every culture as a means of entertainment , education, cultural preservation and in order to instill moral values. Crucial elements of stories and storytelling include plot characters and narrative point of view The earliest forms of storytelling were thought to have been primarily oral combined with gestures and expressions. In addition to being part of religious

3. Corp
CORPORATE storytelling. by. STORYCOM. KEN FARMER. ACTOR, COMMUNICATION CONSULTANT, AUTHOR It is just as hard to create a toilet seat as a castle window but the view is different Ben
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ACTOR, COMMUNICATION CONSULTANT, AUTHOR "It is just as hard to create a toilet seat as a castle window... but the view is different" -Ben Hecht- Today's business world is glutted with information, there are facts and figures inundating us from every angle, it's sometimes like being in a bee swarm,...
too many bees to swat. If we are going to get our ideas, products, concepts or services across to our audience, (oops, the actor in me) our customers and potential customers; we first have to get their attention ... and keep it When I was 9 I spent the summer at my Grandparents farm in Arkansas and one morning I was tagging around after my Grandfather (as usual). He goes out to barn to get Ted, his big black-nosed mule to hook him up for the day's plowing; as soon as he was hooked up, Grampa picked up a 2x4 and swatted him right between the eyes. I was shocked and asked; "Why'd you do that for, Grampa?"... " I Had to get his attention; and now he'll wonder all day if I'm gonna do it again."

4. Storytelling (2001) - IMDb
Directed by Todd Solondz. With Selma Blair, Leo Fitzpatrick, Robert Wisdom, Maria Thayer.
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87 min - Comedy Drama X Users: 9,674 votes 129 reviews Critics: 95 reviews College and high school serve as the backdrop for two stories about dysfunction and personal turmoil.
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Selma Blair Leo Fitzpatrick and Robert Wisdom
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Cast overview, first billed only: Selma Blair Leo Fitzpatrick Robert Wisdom Maria Thayer ... Full cast and crew
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 issues of sex, race, celebrity and exploitation Written by Fine Line Features Plot Summary Plot Synopsis
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Comedy Drama
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Rated R for strong sexual content, language and some drug use.

5. Helpful Tips From The Storytelling Center
Advice for those interesting in becoming (better) storytellers. News Calendar Bulletin Board Features Swaps Workshops storytelling Tips About the Center Resources Contact

6. Voyageur Storytelling
Offers Country Supper storytelling Concerts in Northern Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.
Welcome! And thank you for visiting our site. You are now poised to learn about Voyageur Storytelling located in Northern Bruce Peninsula (Ontario, Canada) "Charging the Batteries of the Imagination" ** Country Supper Storytelling Concerts ** Storytelling Chapbooks and Chapworks** ** Northern Bruce Peninsula Shakespearean Festival ** **Portage Concerts** Chordelle Concerts ** Community Storytelling** **Canadian Storytelling Repertoire and Resources** **Country Supper Recipes** Scroll down to learn more
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Country Supper Storytelling Concerts Good Food, Good Listening, and Good Company in Northern Bruce Peninsula Our 2010 (ninth) Season is winding down, and will end with Shakespeare's The Tempest on Sunday, September 5th. A very special thanks to all who came to dine and listen this summer. We enjoyed your company, and are most grateful for your support. We will celebrate our tenth season in 2011, and are working on the plans already: Country Supper Storytelling Concerts of course, and maybe some new ideas too.

7. Storytelling
Easier Since people began to communicate with each other, Tell me a story has been a request of both children and adults.
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Easier - Since people began to communicate with each other, "Tell me a story" has been a request of both children and adults. Storytelling is one person telling others of something. The story can be of a real event or it can be made up. Storytelling is often a part of our everyday conversations. Harder - Storytelling is one of the earliest forms of folkart. Storytelling probably first consisted of simple chants that praised the dawn, expressed the joy of being alive, and were used to ease the drudgery and boredom of laborious tasks. Later the storyteller became the community entertainer by combining their stories with poetry, music, and dance. The storyteller also evolved into the group historian. This was the beginning of professional storytelling. Storytelling during the Middle Ages was expanded into the art of the traveling troubadour, who journeyed across the land. They were welcomed in castle, court, and market place. They gathered the news, conveyed the best tales, and were expected to know the favorites in each region. The invention of moveable type and the development of the print publishing business led to reading replacing listening, and the decline of storytelling.

8. Storytelling Syllabus
storytelling Professor Diane Howard, Ph.D. Course Objective The primary objective of this course is to enable each student to improve in his or her demonstration of
Professor: Diane Howard, Ph.D.
Course Objective : The primary objective of this course is to enable each student to improve in his or her demonstration of effective storytelling techniques and in his or her articulation of the elements of good stories in the contexts addressed in this course.
Grading : One-half of the final grade in this class is be determined by performance of stories in assigned categories and class participation in daily class activities. One letter grade is to be deducted from the grade for an assignment each day that the performance or assignments is late, unless an excuse is brought in from an authoritative source. One fourth of the final grade is to be based on the mid-term examination and the final examination. The final fourth of the grade is to be based on the assigned paper.
Attendance and Participation : Roll is to be taken each class period. Students are to be graded each class period on participation and class assignments.
Requirements: The student is to read hand-outs and to participate in class discussions. The student is to write a 6-8 page paper on a storytelling subject related to his or her career goals.

9. The Moth - Live Storytelling Performances
Professional and amateur storytellers based in New York.

10. Illinois Storytelling
Annual storytelling festival, directory of storytellers, calendar of storytelling events.
About Us Calendar of Events Directory of Storytellers Resources ... Contact
Illinois Storytelling, Inc.
A Community of Storytellers and Story Listeners
Open Mic Nights
MORE INFO September 11 • October 2 • November 6 • December 11 February 5 • March 5 • April 2 • May 7 • June 11
See More Storytelling Events here
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11. National Storytelling Network
storytelling Magazine . storytelling Magazine is published five times annually, bringing NSN members news of important events, trends, people, and publications in the national

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Storytelling Magazine
Storytelling Magazine is published five times annually, bringing NSN members news of important events, trends, people, and publications in the national storytelling community. In addition to news, reviews, and a story or two, each issue explores a timely topic through carefully selected articles from leaders in the field. Learn about advertising opportunities in the Storytelling Magazine
Storytelling World
This journal now appears as the May-June issue of Storytelling Magazine , announcing the annual Storytelling World awards. Click here to learn more about the history of Storytelling World

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12. Home Site For Ohio Storyteller Eric James Wolf - Brother Wolf Storytelling.
Storyteller Eric Wolf of Yellow Springs, Ohio, describes his storytelling projects and work.
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Brother Wolf Storytelling
storytelling that connects children to the magic and wonder of the natural world.
Adults learn
The Art of Storytelling
The Art of Storytelling show with Brother Wolf was begun by Eric Wolf in the spring 2007 as a way to support the art form of storytelling world-wide. Every week he interviews a new storyteller on the podcast. Each guest covers a different aspect of the art of storytelling. The interviews are conducted one on one and in a conference call format in which anyone is welcome to participate on the call. You are welcome to join a storytelling call or just listen online, use iTunes, or your podcasting software. If you like what you hear, write a comment on the related post on the blog. It really fuels the guests storytellers and the host.
My Blog for
Parents of
Dyslexic Children.
I awaken compassion for students with learning disabilities in themselves and those around them. By telling stories of how I struggled with my dyslexia, I help students with learning disabilities laugh at their own problems, and I inspire the other students to empathize with those who struggle to learn in a school setting.

13. Storytelling: Information From
n. 1. One who tells stories; a narrator of anecdotes,incidents, or fictitious tales; as, an amusing storyteller . 2. An historian; in contempt. Swift. 3. A euphemism or

14. Dunn, Debbie
storytelling Performances, storytelling Workshops, School Residencies, and Staff Development for Teachers. Mosheim, Tennessee.

15. The Art Of Story Telling
The Art of storytelling will help you learn how, and includes hints on techniques, contacts with online story resources and websites, storytellers, and associations devoted to
The Art of storytelling will help you learn how, and includes hints on techniques, contacts with online story resources and websites storytellers , and associations devoted to the Art of Telling. I have some of my own favorite stories ; links to other story sources , and lots more elsewhere on my site as well.

16. Smithsonian Folklife Festival - 2009 - Giving Voice - Storytelling
storytelling. storytelling, perhaps the bestknown oral tradition of African American culture, exemplifies the desire to express oneself and convey a sense of heritage.
Storytelling, perhaps the best-known oral tradition of African American culture, exemplifies the desire to express oneself and convey a sense of heritage. The experience of slavery actually enhanced, rather than destroyed, oral traditions for African Americans. Telling stories was one of the few ways enslaved persons could communicate memories of the African homeland, along with tales of hope and resistance. Then, as now, the storyteller was an important person in the community who could transform listeners by sharing new values, norms, customs, and perspectives about the world in which we live. Unlike a written text, the spoken tale can be improvisational and even interactive. Here at the Festival, visitors can experience storytelling in traditional forms, as well as through other genres, including poetry, song, humor, and theater.
Featured Participants
Charlotte Blake-Alston, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Blake-Alston is a storyteller, narrator, and singer. Her work includes African and African American oral traditions, which she often accompanies with various African instruments. She has produced several CDs, including Pearls at the Foot of the Bed Victoria Burnett

17. Eli Rarey - Storytelling
Storyteller with unusual and eclectic selections. Based in Los Angeles.

18. Storytelling Websites
storytelling Websites and Resources Elizabeth Figa, Ph.D., Assistant Professor University of North Texas School of Library and Information Sciences
Storytelling Websites and Resources
Elizabeth Figa, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
University of North Texas
School of Library and Information Sciences
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Beauty and the Beast and Bluebeard Sources
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Creative Dramatics

Digital Storytelling / Globalization

Digital Story Samples

Environmental / Ecology Story Resources
... Working with Audiences
General Storytelling
Storytelling Organizations/Discussion Lists
Warm-up Exercises
Breathing Techniques and Tutorials
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19. Home
Educator, Workshop Leader, Director of The National Youth storytelling Showcase, Professional Storyteller
  • Home Tips Photo Gallery Who am I? ... RokStoriesImage['rokstories-21'].push('/images/elizabeth/workshop_leader.jpg'); RokStoriesImage['rokstories-21'].push('/images/elizabeth/performing.jpg'); RokStoriesImage['rokstories-21'].push('/images/elizabeth/nyss_child.jpg'); Workshop Leader Workshops for Teachers - teach children to tell, storytelling in the classroom, presentation skills, teaching strategies and best practices... Workshops for Adults and Children - mining family stories, folklore, storytelling as a performance art. Read the Full Story Performing Artist Elizabeth shares stories woven with wit, humor, and expressive enthusiasm. She has the ability to mesmerize her listeners, transporting them through her image-laden tales of other times and cultures. She has thrilled children and adults alike with her vivacious storytelling in classrooms, festivals, and conferences around the country. She is truly captivating in voice and presentation! Read the Full Story NYSS Director The goal of the NYSS is to encourage every classroom in America to discover (or rediscover) the beauty and value of storytelling and story performance. All who work with young tellers should keep this goal in mind during all of the training and telling procedures.

20. International Storytelling Center
The International storytelling Center is dedicated to inspiring and empowering people everywhere to capture and tell their stories, listen to the stories of others, and use

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