Winter/Spring 1999 (Issue 15) Theme: Storytelling Ethics
As the Storytelling World staff has listened to numerous concerns from individuals in the storytelling community, we have heard repeated requests for information about the topic of ethics (and its related cousins). Opinions differ widely on this matter, and we subsequently chose to devote considerable space in this issue about the topic. We want to invite readers to send their additional opinions to us for a continuation of this topic in a future column.
Table of Contents:
Section 1: Some Pressing Issues for Storytellers: ETHICS, Apprenticeship, Etiquette, Courtesy, and Copyright Guest Editor: SUSAN KLEIN Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
Including additional professional opinions offered by Carol Birch, Joe Bruchac, Milbre Burch, Donald Davis, Janice Del Negro, Gay Ducey, Elizabeth Ellis, Rex Ellis, Diane Ferlatte, Heather Forest, Bill Harley, David Holt, Nan Kammann, Dan Keding, Vernon Lapps, Doug Lipman, Sandra MacLees, Lee Ellen Marvin, Patricia McKissack, Jay O'Callahan, Michael Parent, Connie Regan-Blake, J.J. Reneaux, David Rouille, Maynard Silva, and Kathryn Windham
Section 2: Three Fabulous Reprints (Recently Published Stories) WITH PERMISSION FOR YOU TO TELL THEM!
25 Judgment of Paris, by BARBARA McBRIDE-SMITH, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Reprinted with permission from Greek Myths Western Style: Toga Tales with an Attitude (August House)
26 A Brother's Sacrifice, Reprinted with permission from Sower's Seeds of Encouragement: Fifth Planting-100 Stories of Hope, Humor & Healing by BRIAN CAVANAUGH, T.O.R., Steubenville, Ohio. (Paulist Press)
27 The Richest Man in Town, by DR. JOHN EADES, Winchester, Tennessee. Reprinted with permission from Waiting on Halley's Comet: Short-Story Snapshots of the Human Spirit (Health Communications, Inc.)
29 Scenes from ETSU's Third Annual Multicultural STORYTELLING CRUISE to ALASKA
29 Information about ETSU's Upcoming Fourth Annual Multicultural STORYTELLING CRUISE to the WESTERN CARIBBEAN
31 THE 1999 INTERNATIONAL STORYTELLING INSTITUTES
32 Finalists from the 1998 NATIONAL STORYTELLING YOUTH OLYMPICS