April 19, 2010

Noted Recently (April 19, 2010)

  1. The Cape Girardeau Storytelling Festival, which ran April 9-11 in Southeastern Missouri, seems to be the first storytelling Festival that had live tweeting for the entire event. Stephanie Lynch, the Director of PR and Marketing for the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau, muses on the Twitter feed here, but more interesting is the feed itself: http://twitter.com/capesf --when you get to the bottom click on "more" to get earlier posts.

  2. Millicent, former storytelling blogger, seems to have moved on to content aggregation over at Netvibes: Tonsil: the Itinerant Storytelling Listener's Portal.

  3. And this, from Tuesday's Guardian:
    "There's nothing quite as fun and exhausting as an improvised story marathon that covers everything from murderous children to wizards in forests."

    More here:
    And on the Thousandth Night...
    (don't miss the gallery, and view some video clips)

Photo courtesy Kristof Van Landschoot

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