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The Art of Storytelling with Brother Wolf
A national conversation from all perspectives on the profession of storytelling with children. Serving all members of the storytelling with children portion of the storytelling movement. Including presenters, listeners, festival organizers, administrators, educators, parents, and storytellers.
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5.0 stars from 37 ratings
Thank you, Eric Wolf, for the opportunity to eavesdrop on your conversations with such remarkable people. It feels like being part of a conversation between master craftspeople, at the peak of their skill and talent. Spending some time in their company can only help to turn every listener into a...Read full review »
JackHamuman via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/13/13
I'm not even a storyteller
But I love this podcast. I started listening for the stories, but stayed for the amazing insights that have enriched my life in all sorts of ways. So much practical information for people who want to start storytelling, too! Definitely try it out. Hope he comes back, in the meantime, I'm...Read full review »
usdesi via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/30/13
Tim Tingle!
Awesome! An interview with Tim Tingle!? He taught my Storytelling class for the University of Oklahoma's travel study program in Santa Fe. I loved every minute of this trip with him as our captain. I am so looking forward to listening to this.
GranolaGirl88 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/16/11
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