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Check out our site's separate page listing the various storytelling organizations
This page provides detailed information about the popular
storytelling mail lists and newsgroups that provide interactive discussion on storytelling
and related topics.
by storyteller Tim
Sheppard of Lilliput Press
This page links to his excellent pages of resource information:
This official Storytelling FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) contains
advice, resources, and information about storytelling. It contains excellent
advice for the new storyteller as well as a comprehensive listing of resources
for the more experienced teller. It is frequently posted on the Storytell
list and on the alt.arts.storytelling newsgroup and contains detailed
information about these internet storytelling communities.
This list currently contains about 70 titles of general interest to
storytellers. Each title is annotated with comments, often from
several different tellers.
Shepard's Storytelling Page
Tales & Tips on How to Tell a Story
This page links to some of his own stories as well as resources that he has
authored and compiled. They include an online guide to
storytelling,articles of interest to storytellers and a recommended reading
This site offers such features as Story of the Week and the
Village Post, where people can contribute thoughts and writings, the ability to
search for storytellers and events, plus games, articles, and free Storyteller's
Storynet is the online presence for the newly reorganized National Storytelling
One highlight of this web site is the National Storytelling Directory.
This is a directory that charges storytellers to be included, but it is probably
the most inclusive, searchable index you will find. If you need to find a storyteller for your event, this is an excellent starting point.
Check the full description on the Storytelling Organizations
page for further information about this website.
One of this site's features includws a search engine
of its database of free storyteller's web pages. You can use keywords to
find local or regional storytellers in your area.
is a member of The Storytelling Ring. This web ring allows you to visit
many other sites on the
Internet that are dedicated to the art of storytelling. Each is connected to the
others in a circle, allowing you to go from one to the other and finally back to
the first by simply pressing the next button on each site. There are now
over 100 different storytelling sites on The Storytelling Ring. To begin your tour
simply press one of the links below.
A short list of self-submitted links of interest to those
who love all things related to country
This site is an index of Native American storytellers and authors online.
The main focus of the site is to make the writing of modern Native American
authors, particularly the poets, both more visible and more available. Of
particular use and interest to the storyteller is the links list web page Native
American Traditional Storytelling. The site also includes a list of links
sites regarding Native American Literature.
The Story Continues...(Other Links)
Once upon a web page, a storytelling site was created. But like a yarn
spinner telling tall tales, a web-spinner begins with a few small threads and continues
on. Most of the links lists are under continuous revision and other lists
are being added.
This story continues, so please return for further chapters.
Thank you for your patience.
All sites on this page have been personally reviewed
by the Storybook Lady.
If you know of a site which should be added, please contact us
with the hyperlink and a short summery.