Every good movie has a good story in it. It only makes sense, then, to have local storytellers at the DC Black Film festival to tell stories and to help teach storytelling. All we need now is you! Go to the link below, get tickets, and see local storytellers deliver stories in various parts of … Continue reading Telling Stories at the Movies
I love science. Understanding how things work has always been super cool to me. I now love storytelling. Explaining how things work in an engaging, interesting way is just one of the reasons that I use story the way that I do. So when I learned that The Story Collider puts those two things together, … Continue reading Podcast Post: The Story Collider
Amazingly, I am able to squeeze in 2 stories for show in Aug. The first one lets me tell a story alongside a bunch of other creative people from the area. The second story will help open the film festival in DC. In both cases, the stories will be new and told for the first … Continue reading Telling Stories in Aug
Come get your storytelling fix while they're hot! With about a month left in vacation for most people, it's time to get your stories ready for the school year. Go to a show, take a workshop, cheer on grads, or be inspired by others as they tell stories. Want your show listed in a monthly … Continue reading Fresh, Hot, Storytelling!
Hopefully you are soaking up storytelling this weekend everywhere you can get it. Be sure to follow by blog, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter feeds Monday morning at 0900 to find out about the latest shows during Aug in the DC, MD, and VA area!
It's not until I was explaining to by daughters this weekend about this podcast that I realized the title might sound a little creepy. Family Ghost by Sam Dingman is a podcast that I have been listening to for the last few months. It's an awesome journey into the unspoken stories people have in their … Continue reading Storytelling Podcast: Family Ghost
There is way more to write about than I first realized. I still have a back log of post to do for interviewing local storytellers. And then I looked at my list of storytelling podcast that I listen to. That's 12 post not including the podcast other storytellers have told me about. But you need … Continue reading Easy Listening