The Storyteller's Guide: Storytellers Share Advice for the Classroom, Boardroom, Showroom, Podium, Pulpit and Center Stage
Ask a storyteller a question and in response you get a story. The interviews in this handbook are packed with well-chosen anecdotes, metaphors, and parables illuminating the art of storytelling as it is practiced today in many varied settings. Rather than representing the opinion of a single author, this comprehensive guide to storytelling features interviews with more than 50 storytellers, including teachers, librarians, authors, musicians, actors, clergymen, and full time professionals.
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Interviews of storytellers on various topics related to storytelling; some more interesting than others. Lots of helpful ideas, even if you are not a professional storyteller. Too many contributors for me to list. Read full review
How Do I Find the Right Stories?
Find a Story and Like It How Do I Make It My Own?
How Do I Shape Stories from Printed Texts?
What Makes a Story Strong? What Makes a Story Weak?
What Performance Techniques Do I Need to Know?
What Mistakes Are Frequently Made by Beginning Storytellers?
How Do I Control Stage Fright?
How Do I Record and Market Audios?
What is the Life of a Professional Storyteller Like?
How Can a Teacher Use Storytelling in the Classroom?
How Can a Media Specialist Improve
What Are the Copyright Laws Concerning Storytelling?