List of Recorded shows you can listen to right now by clicking the Play Now button on the right. antidepressants. Leave a comment on the relevant blog posting if you liked the discussion on the show.

Interview #122 Odds BodkinStorytelling in the Bardic Tradition

Interview #121 Leeny Del SeamondsExploring Latineo American Storytelling Influence.

Interview #120 Diane WolksteinPerforming the Epic Stories

Interview #119 Larry Brown One Story of Storytelling in Higher Education.

Interview #118 Diane EdgecombPlace Based Nature Storytelling

Interview #117 Tim Ereneta Bringing Storytelling to the Fringe.

Interview #116 Antonio Rocha Using the Language of the Body in Storytelling.

Interview #115 David Gonzalez Bringing Storytelling to Broadway.

Interview #114 Angela LloydThe Listening Way of the Storyteller.

Interview #113 Octavia SextonThe Jack Story a Traditional Tale for Everyone.

Interview #112 Sankofa, aka David A. AndersonHistorical Storytelling and Cultural Identity

Interview #111 Kathy Collins Comedian as Storyteller -Storytelling as Comedy

Interview #110 Rafe Martin Zen and the Art of Spiritual Storytelling.

Interview #109 Victoria Burnett Stories that Sing

Interview #108 Ruth Stotter Working with Props in Storytelling Performances.

Interview #107 Laird Schaub The Application of Story to Group Facilitation and Community Living.

Interview #106 Michael Reno Harrell A Conversation on American Folk Music and it’s effect on American Storytelling

Interview #105 Tejumola-Ologboni Walking the Talk with Street Storytelling.

Interview #104 Limor ShiponiStriding towards Storytelling Mastery.

Interview #103 David AmbroseThe International Storytelling Festival of Wales.

Interview #102 Brother Wolf takes questions from his audience on the Art of Storytelling Show on being and becoming a professional storyteller.

Interview #101 Brother Wolf takes questions from his audience on the Art of Storytelling Show on how to work with Audiences.

Interview #100 Brother Wolf takes questions from his audience on the Art of Storytelling Show on the future of the show and why he started the podcast.

Interview #099 Emil WolfgangCarrying the Pacific Island Storytelling Culture Forward

Interview #098 Ben NindStorytelling is Essential to Community Health.

Interview #097 Lloyd ArneachA Cherokee Perspective on Native American Storytelling.

Interview #096 Jimmy Neil SmithThe Future of the International Storytelling Center

Interview #095 Nothando ZuluParticipation Storytelling

Interview #094 Michal MalinowskiStorytelling Museum of Poland.

Interview #093 Gail HermanBuilding a Student Storytelling Festival.

Interview #092 Christine Carlton and Jenni Cargill2 Australian Storyteller – Examining the Skeletons in the Cultural Closet.

Interview #091 Sherry NorfolkWhy storytelling should be in Schools.

Interview #090 Doug Elliot Sharing the Passion of Nature through Storytelling.

Interview #089 Anne GloverFinding your Authentic Storytelling Voice.

Interview #088 Elisa Pearmain Teaching Forgiveness through storytelling.

Interview #087 Kevin Strauss Applying Storytelling to Environmental Science.

Interview #086 Carol MonApplying Fairytales to Business.

Interview #085 Baba Jamal Koram Storytelling as Responsibility.

Interview #084 Kim Weitkamp Reaching Troubled Youth through Storytelling.

Interview #083 Ben Sota & the Zany Umbrella Circus A Conversation on Showmanship.

Interview #082 Jackson GillmanRefining your performance Using Outside Critique.

Interview #081 Tim Tingle The Historical Truth of Native American Storytelling.

Interview #080 Jay O’Callahan Discovering Storytelling With My Children.

Interview #079 Ed Stivender5 Fool proof Rules for Successful Storytelling

Interview #078 Clinical Psychologist, Elaine Wynne Healing children through Storytelling.

Interview #077 Catherine Burns – Artistic Director of The MothDiamonds in the Rough – Coaching New Storytellers.

Interview #076 Bill Lepp How to Lie and not get Caught.

Interview #075 Loren Niemi Honoring Elders and Apprentices.

Interview #074 David Novak Storyteller’s Compass – Narrative as Guide.

Interview #073 Janice M. Del Negro Revising Feminist Folk-tales: Naming the Women.

Interview #072 Connie Regan-BlakeA history of the National Storytelling Festival.

Interview #071 Andy Offutt Irwin Entertaining children with out boring the grownups out of their skull.

Interview #070 Elizabeth Ellis Storytelling and the Development of Ethical Behavior.

Interview #069 Charlotte Blake AlstonBreaking Barriers using Storytelling

Interview #068 Dylan Pritchett What Makes a Great Storyteller?

Interview #067 Grandaddy June Bug Mitch Capel Poetry and Storytelling

Interview #066 Michael D. McCartyStorytelling and literacy in the 21st century.

Interview #065 Lopaka KapanuiMemoirs of being a Honolulu Ghost Tour Guide.

Interview #064 Dale Gilbert Jarvis How to collect true scary stories for Halloween.

Interview #063 Donna WashingtonThe Anatomy of a Scary Story

Interview #062 Thomas Freeze Why tell children scary ghost stories?

Interview #061 National Storytelling Network Panel – The Future of Storytelling Online with Rachel Hedman, Robert Kikuchi-yngojo, Mary Margaret O’Connor, Fred Crowe and Brother Wold as moderator.

Interview #060 Jack ZipesFairy Tales are still relevant to the children of today.

Interview #059 Jim MayStorytelling in Classrooms.

Interview #058 Mary Jo HuffEarly Literacy begins with rhythm rhyme & story time.

Interview #057 Michael Cotter – Farming the Heartland of American Storytelling.

Interview #056 Karen ChaceStory by story, building a school storytelling club.

Interview #055 Buck Creacy What makes stuff funny in storytelling?

Interview #054 Joshua SaffordTelling to the street – magic for eye.

Interview #053 Sally CrandallHistorical Storytelling.

Interview #052 Jan Andrews & Jennifer CayleyThe Power of Folk Tales in children’s lives.

Interview #051 Jeff GereHow you can Think Big with radio and TV.

Interview #050 La’Ron WilliamsSupporting peace and social justice through storytelling.

Interview #049 Jackie Baldwin – Kate Dudding, Storytelling in Schools a reference guide to educational programs.

Interview #048 Esyllt Harker Stories out of Welsh History and Land of Wales.

Interview #047 David Epley, Comedy and Storytelling.

Interview #046 Diane Williams, Literacy Development – Storytelling in the classroom.

Interview #045 Syd LiebermanTelling your Family’s Stories.

Interview #044 Baba the storyteller in LA Sharing the podcast revolution.

Interview #043 Dianne de Las Casas, Storytelling: A Safari into Literacy.

Interview #042 Joyce SlaterTelling to teenagers with newborns.

Interview #041 Alex Feldman Connecting Quickly (and Managing Behavior) through Physicality.

Interview #040 Priscilla Howe, Making a living as a storyteller.

Interview #039 Steve Denning, The knowledge-based organization: Using stories to embody and transfer knowledge

Interview #038 Bobby Norfolk The Brain is Hardwired for Stories.

Interview #037 Michael Caduto Stories about giving and receiving.

Interview #036 Margaret Read Macdonald Telling across language barriers.

Interview #035 Interview with the Yellow Springs Tale Spinners on forming a storytelling guild or working/study group.

Interview #034 Elizabeth RoseEmpowering teachers to use storytelling.

Interview #033 Tim SheppardThe moment of impact – the timeless art of inspiration and presence.

Interview #032 Heather ForestMusical Folk Tales for Children.

Interview #031 Mark WaglerReshaping classrooms with narrative pedagogy.

Interview #030 K. Sean BuvalaTelling to teens and tweens.

Interview #029 Fran Stallings Environmental Storytelling – Telling hope to inspire action.

Interview #028 Brother Blue Street Storytelling and more…

Interview #027 Karen Czarnik Conversation and songs for the timid singer.

Interview #026 Rachel Hedman, Co-Chair of Youth, Educators, and Storytellers Alliance. Child tellers speak out: what they wish adults knew.

Interview #025 Onawumi Jean MossUsing culturally driven objects to create entertaining storytelling festivals.

Interview #024 Larry Johnson, Key of See Storytellers How storytelling in your school and classroom creates successful leaders.

Interview #023 Mary Margaret O’Connor, Owner of Digital Storytelling using emerging technologies with your storytelling.

Interview #022 Julie Mills, Festival Organizer of the Northern Kentucky Storytelling Festival.Building a successful storytelling festival at your library.

Interview #021 Carolyn Franzini, Director of the Cave Run Storytelling Festival. Running the Festival and How Storytellers Become Candidates for Telling at the Festival.

Interview #020 Steve Otto, one of the founders of the Chicken Festival. Bringing Storytelling to New Communities.

Interview #019 Cristin Thomas, Director of the Tejas Storytelling Association Exposing new audiences to storytelling.

Interview #018 Rev Victoria Burdick, M Div ChaplinStorytelling in Ceremony.

Interview #017 ETHNOHTEC Your highest vision and the niti gritty of your storytelling practice.

Interview #016 Ellen Munds, Executive Director of Arts Indiana. The A B C’s of Running Festival.

Interview #015 Eric James Wolf Going to the next level with your storytelling business.

Interview #014 Carol Birch Copyright issues and storytelling.

Interview #013 Cynthia Changaris Singing with Stories for Children.

Interview #012 Rick Carson Working with Fear and Children.

Interview #011 Bill McKelllFounding a Festival from Scratch.

Interview #010 Kevin Cordi Children telling Stories – Giving Children a Voice.

Interview #009 Kate Fox – Ellyce Cavanaugh – Zayanne Thompson Camp directors talking about storytelling with children at camp.

Interview #008 Stephen HollenImprovisational storytelling with children – Creativity and Children.

Interview #007 Jim FlanaganTeaching writing to children with storytelling and working with state benchmarks.

Interview #006 Judith BlackChild Based Stories.

Interview #005 Doug LipmanSelling Ourselves Outside the Storytelling Community

Interview #004 Lyn FordBreaking into Storytelling.

Interview #003 Medicine Story The power of Mythology with Children.

Interview #002 Jonatha Wright Cross Cultural Storytelling.

Interview #001 Mary Hamilton Learn about the “Working on Our Work – Storytelling Weekend”

Bonus Shows/website only shows no for sale or commercial release.

Special #002 Dovie Thomason Building Young Adult Audiences.

Special #001 Mark MoreyThe Art of Mentoring

Shows with Technical Issues…

April 23rd – 8PM ET – First Discussion on the future of National Storytelling Network with the NSN board – open to all participants. Where do you want NSN to be going?
(Failed to record) – sorry!
Joseph Brouchac. – The Truth of Native Stories. (Technical Problems – Failed to record the middle section of the hour will not be released.)

Extra Articles on the site that do not contain audio in order of most recent publication…

Teaching Students Skills for Telling by Gail N. Herman Ph.D.
Obituary for Brother Blue
Storytelling in the Video Age by Leslie Slape
Podcasting is the future of storytelling by Eric Wolf.
Jeff Gere’s Tour of Georgia, Tennessee and Florida.
Coaching Youth Storytellers by Kevin Cordi
A Smaller Voice Can Make A Loud Sound by Kevin Cordi