Storyteller extraordinary, harpist divine and really cool panda.
A Grammy-nominated recording artist; an internationally known, Oracle-award-winning storyteller; a published poet and writer, and a sought-after storytelling coach and teaching artist, Milbre Burch is a storyteller in every sense of the word!
Flor is a bilingual recording artist, actress, singer/songwriter, storyteller and puppeteer. She is originally from Lima, Peru where she graduated from La Escuela de Teatro de la Universidad Catolica with a degree in Acting and Theatre Education. In 2007, she moved to New York to live in her dream city. She is a Musical Theatre graduate from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA NY). She performs all around NYC with her musical/storytelling shows at acclaimed venues and events such as the NYPL, WaveHill, Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling, The NY Children’s Theatre Festival, and El Museo del Barrio.
Listen to her CD Chiqui Music Boom!
Csenge is a professional storyteller from Hungary. She got her Master’s Degree in Storytelling from East Tennessee State University as a Fulbright scholar (possibly the first applicant ever to elicit the ‘wait whut?’ response from the committee). She also completed a Master’s Degree in Roman Archaeology at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, and is still benefiting from her training even though she has not set foot in a trench since graduation. She is currently working on the PhD in American Culture Studies, researching storytelling in all its shapes and forms. Csenge has an interest in folktales and mythology, historical fiction, mythic fiction and mythpunk, and tabletop role-playing games. In her free time she practices archery, does historical reenactment, plays board and tabletop games, and actively wishes to have an Irish wolfhound in the near future.
Get her latest book Dancing on Blades: Rare and Exquisite Folktales from the Carpathian Mountains !
About the storytellers:
Who is Lyn Ford?
A fourth-generation, nationally recognized, Affrilachian storyteller. A teaching artist with the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, and workshop facilitator with both OAAE and the Ohio State-Based Collaborative Initiative of the Kennedy Center. A Thurber House mentor. A writer, published in storytelling magazines and newsletters, as well as teachers’ enrichment books and story anthologies, and her own books. A recording artist with award-winning CDs. A Laughter Yoga Teacher and breath mechanic. Go to my new page, Laughter, Breath, Joy!, for more information! A happy partner-in-life, mama, grandmama, great-grandmama, and good cook!
Connect with her on Facebook!
Since 1988, storyteller Pam Faro has earned her living by offering top-quality storytelling performances, workshops, keynotes and retreats. She lives in Colorado, and will travel ‘most anywhere to bring you the joy and power of storytelling! More and more, she is teaching and performing internationally. Pam loves to travel near and far to bring the power, joy and nourishment of storytelling to people, to enable the reaching-across-boundaries that becomes possible when storytelling is shared.
With her comfortable, spontaneous style Barbara combines words, string and song, weaving a spell for listeners of all ages. Her rich voice conjures images from the depth of your imagination. Barbara tells stories from the oral traditions of the Great Lakes Region as well as stories from around the world.
Jenni Cargill Strong
Jenni Cargill-Strong is an award-winning Australian storyteller and Owner Operator of ‘The Story Tree Company’ and ‘Stories on Foot: Tales of Byron Bay and the Rainbow Region‘.
Music by Podington Bear
then as a teen she was into the
Lovely patrons of the podcast you have a story by Richard Martin
, and the full interview with Clare Murphy
waiting for you on Patreon!
The rooster has curious place in folk lore. In these stories the rooster announces the beginning of the day, and is a noble steed for our hero. Listen to Kate Lutz tell the story “The Rooster Crowed” and Ingrid Nixon returns with the tale “Hans My Hedgehog”.
Hear it on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.
Hear traditional storytellers Liz Weir and Clare Murphy begin the series with stories from the emerald isles!
Hear it on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.
Storytellers Featured on this Episode:
Liz Weir is a storyteller and writer from Northern Ireland. She was the first winner of the International Story Bridge Award from the National Storytelling Network, USA, which cited her “exemplary work promoting the art of storytelling”. Liz Weir has told her stories to people of all ages on five continents. She has performed in pubs and prisons and hospital rooms. She worked on stages in the mighty Vanderbilt Hall of New York’s Grand Central Station and in the Royal Albert Hall.
Follow her on Facebook!
Since 2006 Clare has told stories around the world. Raconteur, performer and creative she has told stories on all kinds of stages including The Globe, The National, The Barbican and the Soho Theatres in London and many marvellous stages and theatres worldwide. Clare also performs at festivals, art centres, universities, public and private events, conferences and schools. Clare is also a writer, a consultant, and a teacher of storytelling. She has collaborated with many wonderful institutions including The Royal Shakespeare Company, Central Saint Martins University, National Museums of Ireland, and the Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, Colorado. Clare creates bespoke solo performances, cabaret (ala carte) storytelling events, and commissioned pieces. Clare also offers training for corporations and charities who look to improve their storytelling and communication skills. She is available as a keynote speaker, guest lecturer and story advisor.