If you tell stories out loud, in front of an audience, whether around a campfire or in a classroom, at a board meeting, or in the car, you're a storyteller. Storytelling is part of the oral tradition. Tales are told-- which is why this category is part of the Performing Arts Directory. If you WRITE stories, you're a writer. Check out the Arts: Online Writing category. Yes, filmmakers and novelists and the creative folks in advertising are storytellers, too-- but they aren't performing artists. You'll find them listed elsewhere.
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Tim Sheppard's Storytelling Resources for Storytellers
Collection of articles, links, and information on the oral tradition and the art of storytelling.
Aaron Shepard's Storytelling Page
Resources for storytellers, including articles, quotes, stories, and guide to telling.
The Art of Storytelling Show with Brother Wolf
An international conversation on the art form of storytelling with interviews of storytellers from every country and perspective. Podcast available.
Offers directory of tellers by location, newsletter, articles and interviews, festival information and links.
Breaking the Eggs
Opinionated discussion of performance storytelling in the 21st century
International Storytelling Center
Visitor and festival information, articles, and advocacy. Jonesborough, Tennessee.
National Story Project with Paul Auster
Read or listen to stories that aired from 1999 to 2001 on National Public Radio's "Weekend All Things Considered".
Song, story and culture
Storyteller Bill Harley blogs about the storytelling process, his storytelling career, and his sources of inspiration.
Story Arts Online!
Heather Forest's site for teachers, librarians, and students explores the use of storytelling in the classroom to enhance speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
Story Lab X
A curated blog featuring videos of storytellers in performance, gathered from video-sharing sites around the Web.
Storyfest: Storytelling, Spirituality and Pilgrimage Travel
Storytelling seminars, tours (Wales, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Hawaii, Hungary, New Mexico), apprenticeship in sacred storytelling.
STORYTELL Discussion List
Storytell, sponsored by the National Storytelling Network, is an email discussion list of more than 500 subscribers worldwide for discussion about storytelling.
Articles, list of tellers, written and recorded stories, and event listings.
Storytelling -- It's News!
National Storytelling Network's compilation of articles in the media about storytelling.
Storytelling and Videoconferencing
Selected writings on folklore from Professor Eric Miller
Storytelling in Schools
A reference guide to a wide variety of educational programs (K-college) that demonstrate the value of using storytelling and storytelling techniques across the curriculum in traditional classrooms.
Blog focusing on the details of the storytelling life of a professional storyteller, Priscilla Howe
Hub for links to storytelling events, resources, and organizations.
Talk Story Radio
Dozens of half hour story pod casts featuring the tellers and tales of Hawaii and the Pacific Rim and touring storytellers who have come through Hawaii. Diverse themes, well produced, with extensive credits: come lend an ear!
Storytelling project with people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers.
Tonsil: Musings from an Itinerant Story Listener
Weblog on storytelling issues.
Voice--A Storyteller's Lifestyle
Blog by professional storyteller Rachel Hedman on the marketing, business, research, and rehearsal that goes into storytelling.
Young Storyteller of the Year
Young Storyteller of the Year is an annual UK event seeking the new generation of storytellers and backed up by training projects in schools
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