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Summer/Fall, 1996 (Issue 10) Theme: STORYTELLING BUSINESS

Meet MILBRE BURCH
From Pasadena, California
(Pictured on cover. Also see pages 17-21.)

A Special Section of Opinions and Information:

The BUSINESS of STORYTELLING from Dr. Caroline Feller Bauer, Judith Black, Lucille Breneman, Heather Forest, Bill Harley, Kendall Haven, David Holt, Gwendolyn Jones, Jim Kevin, Gwenda LedBetter, Alice McGill, Bill Mooney, J.J. Reneaux, Jon Spelman, and Barbara Schutz-Gruber Compiled and edited by Jim Kevin

5 Are You an Amateur...or a Professional?
6 Contracts and Checklists
7 Marketing Your Performances
9 Fees (and other Money Matters)
10 What About Agents?
11 Expanding Your Range
12 Copyright Issues for Storytellers
13 Permissions (to tell the stories of others)
15 Business Information Resources

Other Storytelling Business Information

17 A Storytelling Artist at Work, by MILBRE BURCH, Pasadena, California
22 Front-Porch vs. Performance Storytelling, by ADORA DUPREE, Nashville, Tennessee

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23 The Old Quakeress, by JEANNE M. DONATO, Westerly, Rhode Island
23 Kokopelli, by DONNAMARIE EMMERT, Abingdon, Virginia

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24 Tips from the Storytelling Coach, by DOUG LIPMAN, Boston, Massachusetts

27 The 1996 Storytelling World Awards

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