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  • A Storyteller's Notebook: October 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: October 2017

    This Month Featuring: GOT GHOST STORY? In the last week or more of this month, the grid will be overflowing with opportunities to get your ghost story thrills from among the most talented storytellers in Second Life. We'll cover some of those events farth

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: September 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: September 2017

    This Month Featuring: Events and Venues Presenting Stories Regularly We are heading into the "High Story" time of year. That is not intended as a disrespectful co-opting to the Jewish High Holy Days. Late September to early April seems to be the time of y

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: August 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: August 2017

    This Month Featuring: LoveFest 2017 & Stories at Time Portal Back from a July vacation from the column with two great story experiences to recommend! A story well told, or a work of fiction well presented by a talented voice can be transporting. When

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: June 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: June 2017

    This Month Featuring: Caravanserai 1 Storytelling is a term that covers so many different expressive media. Even within a single platform such as Second Life, you find diverse performances, people challenging the boundaries of visual art as well as refini

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: May 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: May 2017

    This Month Featuring: Dubhna Rhiadra I still remember the first time I heard Dubhna ("Doov-na") Rhiadra tell a story in Second Life. It was enough years ago that I cannot remember exactly how many. She was presenting at a region that most likely is not lo

  • A Storyteller's Notebook: April 2017
    A Storyteller's Notebook: April 2017

    This Month Featuring: "Niamh's Journey of Dreams" Opens, plus Events Update Storytelling takes many forms as it weaves its intrinsic presence through our lives, bringing meaning and expression to our terrestrial sojourn. We think of stories most frequentl