In June, I will be giving a workshop at SDSU entiled: Telling Tales: The Impact of Storytelling on Early Literacy Development (or something like that...) What I am focusing on is not writing/storytelling, but good, old-fashioned sit-around-the-campfire storytelling or bard-with-a-harp-in-a-castle-hall storytelling.
The oral tradition.
So, even though I don't tend to plot out my stories, I do plot out my workshops. And I already know a lot of what I want to say (and need to say). However, I thought it would be interesting to ask my friends out in blogland if they have any questions about storytelling or storytellers.
The how, the when, the why, the why not.....or anything you always wanted to ask a storyteller but never had the chance.
Well, your chance is now. Ask away! (And if you don't have a genuine question yourself, feel free to think up something that a future teacher might ask.....)
P.S. I am starting to jot notes on a new project. It is not the one I thought I'd be working on next. It is a strange one that just kind of reared its head a week or two ago, but I keep stumbling across things that bring it to the front of my brain.