Art of Storytelling 100th Anniversary Special.


Press Play to hear Brother Wolf takes questions from his audience on the Art of Storytelling Show on the future, current health and past history of the podcast.  This is 1 of 3 shows commemorating the 100th Anniversary episode of the Art of Storytelling with Brother Wolf Show.

Press Play to hear Brother Wolf takes questions from his audience on the Art of Storytelling Show on the future, current health and past history of the podcast. This is 1 of 3 shows commemorating the 100th Anniversary episode of the Art of Storytelling with Brother Wolf Show.

Ballons yippie!!!

Each of the people asking questions on this show have there own work and I can hardly expect anyone to get all the way through this episode with out having to listen two or three times…

Audience Members who Participated in this Show…
Judith Black – Show ID http://www.tellingstoriestochildren.com
Robert Kikuchi-yngojo – Show Introduction – http://www.ethnohtec.org
Bill Lepp – Guest Bio – http://www.buck-dog.com
Anne Shimojima storyteller – Wonder and Amazement – http://www.storytelling.org/shimojima/
Lisa Eister – How did the Art of Storytelling Start? – http://www.scstorytellingnetwork.org/guilds.html
Fiona-Jane Brown, aka Story Esquine What do you think of having children tell true life stories? http://www.grampianstorytellers.org.uk
Jeff Gere of the Talk Story Festival – How has this process effected you? – http://www.jeffgere.com
Mylinda Buttterworth – Can you tell us more about Eco Tales? http://www.storymasters.org
Donna Washington – Thanks for Contributing. – http://www.donnawashington.com
Tim Errneta – What is your listenership like? – http://storytelling.blogspot.com/
Judith Alexander – How long are you going to be keeping up this podcast? – http://www.seattlestorytelling.org

Thanks to all the people who participated in the making of this episode. If you are one of the other wonderful people who dialed in a question or a comment and I didn’t use it here please come back next week to hear my answer to your question.

Never apologize before performing – if you have to apologize due it at the end of your performance where people can except your apology as a part of there approval of your good performance. I have been a little delayed in my production of this episode. Scratch this delay up too a desire to make the show decent and a fear of success that seems to be over taking me at this point. More on the that in a few days.

1 Comment

  • By Uschi Erlewein, January 17, 2011 @ 2:22 pm

    Hi Eric,
    I am really impressed to hear the number of downloads you had in the first 3 years! Shows the quality of your work, shows the interest of people to understand more about storytelling.
    You have great questions, so the interviewed storytellers get to the point. my favorate moment is to hear you crack up and laugh out loud in the background… The finalwords are usually so clear and crisp: congratulations for what you do!!!
    looking forward to hear more “old” and new podcasts. Regards from Uschi Erlewein -the moving storyteller- in Germany

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