Upcoming

Currently I have many shows that are awaiting broadcast and I am not seeking to interview anyone. Here is a list of Release dates for material – schedule may change without warning. Show titles and release dates are working drafts and may change without notice. Some shows maybe available for purchase pre-release.

Interview #123 Jeannine Pasini Beekman The Application of Storytelling in School Settings.

Interview #124 Baba the Storyteller Music in the African Storytelling Tradition.

Interview #125 Wajuppa Tossa – Storytelling in Thailand.

Interview #126 The Kid – interviewed by Jim May What Youth Storytellers can tell us.

Interview #127 Alton Chung – Exploring Cultures in Historical Storytelling.

Interview #128 The Moth – Educational Programs.

Interview #129 Harlynne Geisler Storytelling for Life

Interview #130 Kenneth Foster Science and Storytelling

Interview #131 Lorna MacDonald Czarnota – Storytelling with Troubled Youth

Interview #132 Susan Weed Truth telling to Audiences that don’t want to hear it.

Delayed due to Technical Problems Hugh Fraser with Natasha Gostwick – Reaching the Largest Possible Audience with Storytelling through podcasting.

Of course you can listen right now to older shows by pushing the button on the right that says “Activate your Internet Radio.”

To take part in a recording a show live you must sign up for the email alert list here.

Legal Notice – By participating live on the call you are giving me the right to use the recording and any comments you make in any way Eric Wolf or Brother Wolf Storytelling sees fit.

I am thrilled to tell you that the show passed 100,000 life time downloads for the show as of 10/20/09.

Thank you for your support that made this success posable.

Eric Wolf

12 Comments

  • By Alex, October 24, 2007 @ 1:55 pm

    Great seeing you in person at OAPN. thanks for inviting me to joinn your podcast . Carefui, I may babble to gibberish . I can intersperse the Queen’s tongue, too! But seriosly, how much of communication is just words alone?

    Alex

  • By Linda Conte, February 21, 2008 @ 12:21 am

    Thank you so much for inviting me to sit in on the wonderful session on Tuesday night with Syd Lieberman – what a treat! I got lots of insight and ideas about telling family stories, which is one of my goals for 2008. And the upcoming programs also look enticing! I’ll be back!

    Thanks.

  • By Monica Ladd, March 20, 2009 @ 10:34 am

    It was great to hear Jay on Tuesday, unfortunately had to leave session early. He was definitely inspiring. Had great advice.

  • By Jim Boardman, March 26, 2009 @ 1:38 am

    Eric, A clarion call comes from you and I have heard it loud and clear. Every interview I have had the pleasure of listening to has assisted me to hone my craft,challenged me to honor even more the gift I have been given to be a story teller, and inspired me to dig deeper in order to be the instrument through which children, youth and adults will be able to discover something more about themselves in the stories I tell and the moments we share in the mystery of being caught in the wonder of this ancient art. Thank you for bringing all these talented artists into our homes,vehicles,shops,or where ever there is the opportunity to drink in the wisdom and the joy you exude as well as that of your many guests. I join others in saying, “keep up the good work.”

  • By Liz Parkhurst, October 23, 2009 @ 5:06 pm

    Eric — What a wonderfully diverse lineup for months to come! I look forward to hearing as many of these as possible. Great work.

  • By sharon h fowler, October 28, 2009 @ 4:43 pm

    the,storytelling events are very nice,an need more of them everwhere. the,events are nice an hope everone will injoy,

  • By Mara Hawks, October 28, 2009 @ 7:14 pm

    Well Done Eric! thanks for the invite. I’m a bit of a cukoo bird at the moment, but will do my best to tune in :-)

  • By Elizabeth F Wallace, November 4, 2009 @ 7:56 pm

    Perhaps you would be interested in adding a new category? Storytelling and Astronomy?
    When I update my new website, I will definitely include a link to yours.
    When is the 100th show? Do you still need recorded input?

  • By Elizabeth F Wallace, November 4, 2009 @ 7:56 pm

    Forwarding your Welsh Storyteller info to the Dean of Students of the British School in DC who is also the head of the Welsh Society in DC.

  • By Lorie Robins, January 6, 2010 @ 4:23 pm

    Greetings,

    I just came across your web site, the art of storytelling show, and found it to be very interesting. I love fact that you can download but you include text as well. I am one of the fortunate ones to be able to say that I learned by storytelling in the traditional way of my tribe. My teacher passed this art down to me and I have started teaching two others. It’s a wonderful experience. After being on my own for a bit in storytelling, while at the same time working for my tribe, my tribe started to recognize me as the tribal storyteller….the keeper of stories.

    My tribe, the Chickasaw Nation, recently purchased another radio station to do public radio programs on. One of the shows is “Story Time” so I am expand my arena to telling stories through the waves of radio.

    I just wanted to express my thoughts of how wonderful I think your site is and how great it is to see others who are just as passionate as I am about storytelling

    http://www.loriemichelle.weebly.com

  • By indonesian girl only, March 28, 2014 @ 11:54 am

    Every interview I have had the pleasure of listening to has assisted me to hone my craft,challenged me to honor even more the gift I have been given to be a story teller, and inspired me to dig deeper in order to be the instrument through which children, youth and adults will be able to discover something more about themselves in the stories I tell and the moments we share in the mystery of being caught in the wonder of this ancient art. Thank you for bringing all these talented artists into our homes,vehicles,shops,or where ever there is the opportunity to drink in the wisdom and the joy you exude as well as that of your many guests. I join others in saying, “keep up the good work.”

  • By Harga andromax i, March 28, 2014 @ 11:55 am

    Forwarding your Welsh Storyteller info to the Dean of Students of the British School in DC who is also the head of the Welsh Society in DC…..

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