“Stor E Telling” Articles as appeared in Storytelling Magazine


Most storytellers, and you can count me among them, are addicted to the tangible feel of a good book in their hands. While many libraries are capable of fulfilling our needs, time, distance and accessibility are not always in our favor, but there is a solution. Look no further than your home computer. From fairytales to fables, Anansi to King Arthur, we can roam the world of folktales and cultures without ever leaving our homes.


Of course the World Wide Web will never replace the rich aesthetics and wonderful scent of an old library brimming with books, but the two can make a wonderful marriage. The Internet has placed a virtual storyfest at our fingertips and can bring Kipling, Perrault, Lang and Aesop right to your door with Grimm, Anderson and Jacobs fast on their heels.


Karen continues to write her column for each issue of Storytelling Magazine. If you would like to have access to new links "hot off the press" become a member of the National Storytelling Network and you will receive the magazine as a member benefit.


NOTE: The articles on this page are in PDF format. To download, view, or print them, you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader, version 5.0 or later. To ensure you have the latest version, please download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software here.


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