- I love history, and this link is your ringside seat to history,
from the Ancient World to the present! History those the eyes
of those who lived it is presented by Ibis Communications,
Inc., a digital publisher of educational programming.
- This special interest group from the National Storytelling
Network has a growing list of newsletters and articles that
show ways to use stories to inform, inspire, nurture and heal.
- The International Storytelling Center provides a series
of online resources to introduce you to the power of storytelling
and how to use this ancient tradition to enrich your lives
- Marilyn McPhie has created an internet hotlist for: storytelling
resources, urban legends, story props, scary stories and puzzlers.
– Renowned storyteller heather Forest’s site has
articles, lesson plans and activities, curriculum ideas exchange
- Karen Chace is a professional storyteller and web researcher.
Her site has super storytelling links and lots of great links
- The Center for Digital Storytelling is a non-profit project
development, training, and research organization dedicated
to assisting people in using digital media to tell meaningful
stories from their lives.
– South Coast Storytellers Guild is a non-profit storytelling
group that meets monthly for storyswaps in Costa Mesa, CA.
There is a calendar of storytelling events listed from San
Diego to Los Angeles.
- Jackie Baldwin has free on-line listings for storytellers,
storytelling gift cards, stationary and more besides her ever-growing
compilation of categorized stories. Check often for more additions!
- National Storytelling Network’s website has listings
of guilds and regional organizations, national storyteller’s
directory, special interest groups, Tellebration information,
worldwide events and more.
- Sean Buvala has created a site that offers free websites
for storytellers, articles by storytellers about storytelling,
stories to listen to, event listings, and storyteller’s