Supporting the art of storytelling throughout Ohio.
For those who love Storytellers and Storytelling.
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Welcome to the Official site for Storytelling in Ohio! If you are member of the OOPS you are welcome to your own page on the site and post event listings on the site.. Please read this blog post - http://oopstorytelling.org/profiles/blogs/welcome-to-the-ohio-order-for
If you are not member your welcome to read through the site and take advantage of the resources mentioned here....
Though we have received several excellent workshop proposals, please spread the word far and wide among your storytelling friend and mentors. Workshop proposals to the theme "Preserving the Past ... Focusing on the Future" are still being accepted. The 2015 Ohio Storytelling Conference Committee suggests the following as topics requested by O.O.P.S! members:
Posted by Janelle Reardon on November 21, 2014 at 8:39pm
Adam Booth represents both old and new schools of storytelling thought and performance, and so we're delighted that he will present the keynote address for the 2015 Ohio Storytelling Conference on March 28 with the theme "Preserving the Past...Focusing on the Future".
Born and raised in the hills of West Virginia, Adam tells stories that blend and share generations of Appalachian and Jewish heritage with life lessons and a little bit of mischief. His is a four-time champion of the WV…Continue
Posted by Janelle Reardon on November 21, 2014 at 8:30pm
One of the pieces I mention a lot in my Marketing Workshops is selling what venues want to buy. I love to tell MY stories, but know I also need to be pragmatic as I plan. The same…Continue
Posted by Stephen Hollen on September 16, 2014 at 7:30am
From: Sing Out! | Date: 9/22/2004 | Author: Keding, DanContinue
Posted by Kevin Cordi on September 15, 2014 at 10:30pm
(Young’s Spooky Barn Scarecrow Season #6 October 2013) Final Revision, 10-30-13 Original Story, by Jonatha Wright
When I was a little girl, I lived on a very large block. All around on the four streets were houses. I had a lot of friends in those houses. In the center of that block was a huge cornfield. Cutting across this cornfield was a…Continue
Posted by Jonatha Wright on September 6, 2014 at 8:00pm
If you are reading this it means you are already a story lover and/or a storyteller. If you are reading this it means you have already registered for the Kentucky Storytelling Association's annual conference. WHAT? Surely that wasn’t a ‘no’…Continue
Posted by octavia sexton on September 4, 2014 at 3:00pm