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Storytelling Tips: Creating, Crafting & Telling Stories Kindle Edition
... Mark Goldman defines how to craft, deliver and market storytelling in clear, accessible steps that are as entertaining as they are educational. Tellers of all levels of experience will find useful tips to apply right now to grow their performance skills and storytelling careers."--Susanna Connelly Holstein, Storyteller and Story Coach
"This book is filled with wonderful information and is reader-friendly. It's like getting advice from a big brother."--Jim May, Emmy Award Winning Storyteller and Author
"This book is packed full (and I mean packed) of fantastic hints, tips, advice,
wisdom and best of all...stories. It should be on every storyteller's shelf."--Kim Weitkamp, Speaker, Storyteller, Humorist, Author
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... Mark Goldman defines how to craft, deliver and market storytelling in clear, accessible steps that are as entertaining as they are educational. Tellers of all levels of experience will find useful tips to apply right now to grow their performance skills and storytelling careers."
--Susanna Connelly Holstein, Storyteller and Story Coach
"Not only is this book practical for storytellers of all levels, it is a joy to read. Mark knows storytelling, and shares his knowledge with skill, humor, and honesty. I look forward to being able to recommend it to fellow storytellers, students in my workshops, and to educators as well."
--Antonio Sacre, Storyteller and Author
"Mark's 101 snippets of sound advice are clearly written, touched with humor, offered in a common-sense, easily accessible format. This book is a quick yet worthwhile read, gleaned from Mark's own steady growth and experience as a successful storyteller and educator. Gather a tip or two at a time, or make this book your evening's entertainment; it can become a self-coaching guide for any new or learning storyteller and a great enrichment tool for the experienced raconteur." --Lynette Ford, storyteller and author of Affrilachian Tales: Tales from the African-American Tradition in Appalachia
"A sensational number of quality storytelling tips. You must buy it." --Slash Coleman, storyteller and author
"This handy book of ideas is perfect for beginning storytellers as well as more experienced, long time tellers. Whether you want to begin a storytelling career on the right foot or invigorate an old one, you'd be wise to keep Mark's book by your bedside or in a handy spot in your office." --Judy Sima, storyteller, author, and teaching artist
"How I wish this was available when I was first starting out! Mark Goldman offers us a book, brimming with valuable insights, tips, and experiences, sprinkled with personal vignettes in Mark's accessible and approachable style. This is a guide for storytellers both on and off the stage. It will prove invaluable for beginners who want to get started on the right foot, and for seasoned tellers who understand that our colleagues are our greatest teachers. A must have for every performer!"
--Karen Chace, storyteller, teaching artist, and author of Story by Story: Creating a Student Storytelling Troupe
"A masterful work! Mark's 101 tips are funny, witty, and totally comprehensive! I wish I had this book when first starting my career! All the basic fundamentals of story/theatre are here compacted into this little power house volume! The man left no stone (or story) unturned!"
--Bobby Norfolk, Emmy Award-winning storyteller and author of Head to the Sky, a storyteller's memoir
- ASIN : B00OPASJW2
- Publisher : Parkhurst Brothers Publishers Inc; First Edition, 1st (1 January 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 612 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 192 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1624910505
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