Resources

Guilds

Voices In The Glen
Guild of Metro D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia storytellers

Rappahannock Rap
Meets every second Friday of the month at 8 pm
Liberty Town Arts Workshop
916 Liberty St., Fredericksburg, VA
Contact Anette Stjarnhjarta if you want to tell a story

Information

How to Start a Storytelling Guild (download PDF)

Storytelling Prompts (download PDF)

Storytelling Organizations and Resources

Storytelling Connections
Connecting stories and people
Mission: To entertain audiences with stories, to educate audiences about storytelling and expand storytelling throughout Southwest Virginia and beyond.
Storytelling.Connections@gmail.com

National Storytelling Network
Advancing the art of storytelling – as a performing art, teaching aid, and cultural transformation process…

Sounds of the Mountains Festival
Combining the magic of storytelling and music

StoryCorps
“Capturing History One Voice at a Time”

STORYTELL Discussion List
Sponsored by the National Storytelling Network is a forum for discussion about storytelling

Virginia Tourism Corporation
Virginia is for Lovers — check it out!

Storytelling FAQ
Tim Sheppard’s Storytelling Resources for Storytellers

Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts
Edited and/or translated by D. L. Ashliman, University of Pittsburgh

Storyteller.net
Sean Buvala’s resources for tellers. Ad-supported.

Ultimate Fairy Tale Resource Guide
Brought to you by the Theater Seat Store

Fairy Tales Around the World
National Endowment for the Humanities

Grimm’s Fairy Tales
Collection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales

Storycenter
We create spaces for transforming lives and communities, through the acts of listening to and sharing stories. Our public program enables people to register individually for storytelling workshops. Our custom program collaborates with organizations around the world, on workshops in story facilitation, digital storytelling, and other forms of participatory media production.