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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

1. The Kids' Storytelling Club
Activities. Crafts. ParentTeacher. Resources. About Us. Jr. Storyteller. This Month's storytelling Project. storytelling with Dolls. There are many ways to tell stories with many different kinds of
The Kids' Storytelling Club Welcome Create Activities ... Jr. Storyteller This Month's Storytelling Project Tales of the Wee Folk You probably have heard stories of wee folk—Fairies, Brownies, Elves and other little people. Remember how Tinkerbell helped Peter Pan and how Santa’s Elves help make toys for good boys and girls?
Wee folk exist in legends all over the world. There are Fairies and Pixies in tales from the British Isles, Leprechaun’s from Irish legends, and those Elves and Gnomes from German folklore. Brownies are helpful elves, but so are the Nisse in Denmark, the Menehune in Hawaii, and the shy little Nunus of African Zulus.
But not all wee folk come in ancient tales. During World War II American soldiers ran into Gremlins, mini-folk that were blamed for machinery malfunctions, and today some people tell of computer-glymphs, gremlin-like creatures responsible for computer glitches. We even discovered a Storytelling Sprite, a magical little creature who travels the world collecting stories.
You can have a lot of fun telling tales about these tiny creatures. Look on all the pages to find the tales and ways to tell them.

2. Storytelling In Business,storytelling In Organizations,organizational Storytelli
storytelling Passport to the 21st Century. World's leading thinkers on knowledge management explore how storytelling will become the key ingredient to managing communications, education, training, and innovation in the 21st century
Storytelling Passport to the 21st Century Read transcripts of the Smithsonian Associates events on organizational storytelling in with John Seely Brown Steve Denning Katalina Groh Larry Prusak
and in with Seth Kahan, Alicia Korten, Rob Creekmore, Madelyn Blair Steve Denning
Jumpstart Storytelling Values Putting Story to Work ... Preparing the story
I Introduction to storytelling I John Seely Brown on science I Steve Denning on change I Katalina Groh on video I
Larry Prusak on organization
I Discussion I Contact us I Bibliography on storytelling I
Storytelling: Passport to Success in the 21st Century
Why is there a resurgence of interest among today's business and organizational leaders in the ancient art of storytelling at a time when electronic communications might seem to make it obsolete? Human beings have been communicating with each other through storytelling since we lived in caves and sat around campfires exchanging tales. What is new today about the art of telling stories is the purposeful use of narrative to achieve a practical outcome with an individual, a community, or an organization. Four of the world's leading thinkers on knowledge management explore how storytelling will become the key ingredient to managing communications, education, training, and innovation in the 21st century. Introduction: Storytelling and the Knowledge Economy
The role of storytelling and its relationship to knowledge through the ages. The importance of narrative communication as opposed to abstract modes of thought in society today and in the coming decades.

3. The Society For Storytelling
Society for storytelling, giving contact and membership details, publication and storytelling tapes lists, and society events.
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4. The Storytelling Ring Home
Featuring storytellers, organizations, events, and resources all dedicated, at least in part, to the vocal art of telling stories.


Featuring storytellers, organizations, events, and resources
all dedicated, at least in part, to the vocal art of telling stories. Of course, we are a member of our own ring.
If you arrived here by clicking next or previous on one of our member's pages,
you can continue your travels by using the navigation bar below. This site is a member of WebRing. To browse visit here.

5. Cariadoc's Miscellany: Period Sources For Story Telling
Article by David Friedman and Elizabeth Cook on period sources. Bibliography, links.
[This is an article from Cariadoc's Miscellany Miscellany Introduction
Period Sources for Story Telling
One of my favorite activities at events is to wander from table to table at a feast or from campfire to campfire at a camping event, telling poems and stories. I know of no better way of pulling people out of the twentieth century, if only for a few minutes-especially if the story is presented as a medieval story told by a medieval storyteller. Thus, for instance, a Muslim storyteller can follow a recitation of "The Raven Banner" (written by Malkin Grey and based on an incident in Njal Saga ), which contains a reference to Odin, with the explanation that Odin is, as he understands it, a Djinn or Demon whom the Northmen worship as a god, thus confounding the unity of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful. In much the same way, a Christian storyteller telling an Islamic story might make some comment concerning the false doctrines of the Paynim. In both cases, the point is not to start a religious argument but to make the teller's world-view into a medieval frame for the medieval tale. This is, incidentally, an entirely period device; both the Indian collections described below and the Nights are structured many layers deep, with stories inside stories inside stories.

6. Story Arts | Story Arts Online!
Educational Web site, designed for teachers, librarians, and students,explores the use of storytelling in the classroom to enhance speaking, listening, reading
Subscribe to Musings, a monthly newsletter with
thoughts and ideas about the art of telling tales. Just sign up below. ex. Storytelling in the Classroom
Story Library
Articles Links ... Home E-mail Heather Forest at
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7. *Storytelling, Story Telling* AARON SHEPARD'S STORYTELLING PAGE *Telling A Story
Resources for storytelling (or story telling), including the acclaimed series Gifts of Story. storytelling Quotes. Favorite quotes on storytelling.

Aaron Shepard’s Storytelling Page
Telling a Story, Stories to Tell
Aaron’s Update
Storytelling Search

Aaron’s Home Page

What’s New?
... Contact Aaron
Here are free resources for storytelling (or story telling)—including the acclaimed series Gifts of Story—all from children’s author Aaron Shepard . (For additional stories, see Aaron’s Storybook .) Enjoy the magic of story!

Gifts of Story
Storytelling adaptations of Aaron’s stories.

Tell a Story!
An online guide to storytelling.

The Inside Story
Articles of interest to storytellers.

Storytelling Quotes
Favorite quotes on storytelling.
A Storytelling Bookshelf
Recommended reading in storytelling, folklore, and mythology.
Other Storytelling Resources
Storytelling online and off.
About Aaron and Storytelling
For special features available for individual stories on this site or in Aaron’s books, see Aaron’s Extras Aaron’s Update Storytelling Search Aaron’s Home Page ... Subscribe

8. League For The Advancement Of New England Storytelling
The official site for LANES, the League for the Advancement of New England storytelling. The site contains resources, information, calendar listings, links, and information on the Sharing the Fire
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LANES and Yellow Moon Press present AHHHH! This heartfelt tribute has contribution from dozens of storytellers and others who have been touched by Brother Blue and Ruth's message and passion for storytelling. Click Here to order your copy from Yellow Moon Press.
Now hear this:
League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling
411A Highland Avenue
Somerville, MA 02144

9. Tim Sheppard's Storytelling Resources For Storytellers
Comprehensive collections of articles, links, and information on the oral tradition and the art of storytelling, compiled by Tim Sheppard. Updated frequently.
Comprehensive collections, for storytellers, of articles, links, and information on the oral tradition and the art of storytelling - compiled by Tim Sheppard The Storytelling FAQ
The official Storytelling Frequently Asked Questions. Advice, resources, and information in abundance. The FAQ is the internet's first port of call for information, contacts, and general orientation on the whole subject of storytelling. Articles and Compilations
In this section you will find in-depth material about storytelling: my own articles, and compilations of advice and discussions by experienced storytellers. Books for Storytellers
Here is a major booklist of over 70 titles, each annotated with comments, often from several different storytellers, to give a reliable guide to which books will suit you. Storytelling Links
The biggest collection of storytelling resources on the web, annotated and categorised for easy reference. Story Links A vast treasure house of links to stories of every kind Stories The full texts of stories, some with illustrations

10. Storytelling (2001)
storytelling (2001) Cast, Crew, Reviews, Plot Summary, Comments, Discussion, Taglines, Trailers, Posters, Photos, Showtimes, Link to Official Site, Fan Sites

11. Welcome To StoryNet
Our mission Bringing together and nurturing individuals and organizations that use the power of storytelling in all its forms. . Visit our catalog!
Welcome to StoryNet!
Our mission:
"Bringing together and nurturing individuals and organizations that use the power of storytelling in all its forms."

Visit our catalog! Headlines:
Sign up for Storytelling Classes at East Tennessee State University
Make a donation to NSN

Conference 2004 Information added!

2004 National Youth Storytelling Olympics Finalists announced
... released Learn about National Storytelling Network
Staff Board Special Interest Groups ... State Liaisons , etc. Become a Member of National Storytelling Network National Storytelling Directory
Locate a teller
Purchase a directory listing , etc. National Storytelling Conference goes to Bellingham, WA
Details Registration , etc. Awards Program Nomination form Past Recipients Grants Program ... National Storytelling Festival October 1-3, 2004 Jonesborough, TN

12. Storytelling
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13. Storytelling Magazine
Article Submission Information. storytelling Magazine is published bimonthly by National storytelling Network and is available at no charge to NSN Members.
Home Membership About NSN Directory ... Future Guest Editors Previous Issues: Article Submission Information Storytelling Magazine is published bimonthly by National Storytelling Network and is available at no charge to NSN Members. Subscriptions only to Storytelling Magazine are not available. Single copies, however, may be purchased for $6.50 ($4.95 per issue plus shipping) to U.S. addresses. Requests for information and communications regarding membership, single copies, changes of address, advertising and permission to reprint should be addressed to: or National Storytelling Network, 132 Boone Street, Suite 5, Jonesborough, TN 37659; 1-800-525-4514; fax: 423-753-9331. To learn more about becoming a member of the National Storytelling Network, click here.

14. Storytelling @ Storytelling Synopsis, Storytelling Review, Storyt
Features synopsis, locations, statistics, cast and crew, cast and role, and contact information.
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Storytelling this film is not currently playing in theaters Release Date: 1/25/2002 Comedy, Drama Rated: R Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins
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This ad pays the bills, but we live for what comes after it. Keep reading! MPShowAd("300x250,400x300,450x250,455x195,372x130", "", "", "MOAC", "04", "Comedy", "Drama", "", "", "", "", "", "t1", "", "listed"); But Wait! There's More of "Storytelling" Box Office Analysis: Feb. 10 Box office analysis: Feb. 17 Movie Info THE PLOT... THICKENS Two stories set in two eras against the comical terrain of college and high school, past and presentexploring issues of sex, race, celebrity and exploitation. The first story: On a college campus in the mid-80s, a white female writing student has an emotional experience with her black, male writing teacher. The second story: In 2000, Toby Oxman is a 30-year-old wannabe celebrity and a documentary filmmaker. He sets out to document the Livingstons, an affluent suburban family raising three boys. The eldest is Scooby, a goofy, uninspired high school senior who aspires to be the next Conan O'Brien but whose parents are desperate for him to attend college in the fall. Brady, his 16-year-old brother, is the school's handsome and popular football star. When Brady is injured by another student during a football game, friends and family are forced to take stock of their values and re-evaluate their lives.

15. National Storytelling Network StoryNet
National storytelling Network StoryNet quot;Bringing together and nurturing individuals and organizations that use the power of storytelling in all its forms quot; is the mission of the National

16. Australian Storytelling
Messages, Whats on around Australia, About storytelling in Australia. Australian storytelling Guild (NSW) Inc. Ph (02) 9525 9958 or (02) 6882 8880.
  • Story lovers
  • Storytellers
  • Speakers ...
  • Links Australian Storytelling Guild (NSW) Inc. - Ph: (02) 9525 9958 or (02) 6882 8880
    Welcomed Platypus Websites
  • 17. Tell A Story! (Storytelling, Telling Stories, Online Guide)
    Tell a Story! A Guide to storytelling. By Aaron Shepard. For more resources, visit Aaron Shepard’s storytelling Page at
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    Tell a Story!
    A Guide to Storytelling
    By Aaron Shepard
    For more resources, visit Aaron Shepard’s Storytelling Page at
    You can tell a story! And the more you do, the better you’ll be. So don’t be shy, take a chance, make the plunge, show your stuff, shift your gears, set the stage, brave the storm, lift your sights—but, whatever you do, TELL A STORY!
  • Finding Your Story Preparing Your Story Telling Your Story Final Hints ... Subscribe
  • 18. Storytelling-storytelling To Change Organizations-storytelling As Organization C
    Book. Learn how to use the ancient art of storytelling as a modern tool in knowledge management, knowledge sharing and organizational change.
    Steve Denning
    The website for business and
    organizational storytelling Two new business storytelling books
    by Steve Denning in June 2004
    1. Squirrel Inc: A Leadership Fable
    2. Storytelling in Organizations home read
    Squirrel Inc hear ... one of my books I Learn organizational storytelling with Steve Denning London UK: Storytelling Masterclass May 11, 2004 Chicago Book Expo of America: BEA June 5, 2004 ... Oct 4, 2004 What's new? What's new on this site...
    Sign up here to get Steve Denning's newsletter about organizational storytelling Email: B
    S A new book to be published in June 2004: SQUIRREL INC. A Fable of Leadership and Storytelling Read advance chapters hear the buzz on Steve Denning's exciting new book Also coming in June 04: Storytelling In Organizations: How Narrative and Storytelling Are Transforming 21st Century Management B O O K S View a lively storytelling slideshow Slide show on storytelling Squirrel Inc. A Fable of Leadership and Storytelling
    Steve Denning's new book, Squirrel Inc: A Fable of Leadership and Storytelling (June 2004), introduces the seven highest value forms of organizational storytelling, along with further tips and tricks in implementing "springboard" storytelling. Coming in June 2004, it covers:
    • how do you persuade people to change?

    Ken Farmer promotes learning through storytelling. Based in Texas.
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    20. Center For Digital Storytelling
    Center for Digital storytelling The Center for Digital storytelling, located in Berkeley, California, is a nonprofit organization engaged in training and research. It is dedicated to assisting

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