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Summer/Fall, 1994 - Theme: MULTICULTURAL STORYTELLING

Meet JACKIE TORRENCE (Page 3)
STORYTELLING TIPS
8 Tips from the Storytelling Coach,
by DOUG LIPMAN, Somerville, Massachusetts

Three Favorite Stories of Three Favorite Tellers

9 Favorite Stories - Featuring: RAY HICKS, Banner Elk, North Carolina; ANGELA MEDEARIS, Austin, Texas; and JOE BRUCHAC, Greenville Center, New York

Multicultural Storytelling: Stories and Information

10 Hyena and the Moon, by HEATHER McNEIL, Evergreen, Colorado
11 Storytelling in India, by CATHY SPAGNOLI, Dockton, Washington
13 The Porcelain Panther, by NANCY DEANE, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
14 Exchanging Names, by TONYA SMITH, Spartanburg, South Carolina
15 Superstition, by SIDNEY ALFORD, Johnson City, Tennessee
16 Gum Knows No Color, by JIM LYON, Kingsport, Tennessee
17 The Changeling: A Story from Ireland, by BATT BURNS, Co. Kerry, Ireland
19 Diamante De Corazon (A Mexican Folktale), by MARA, San Jose, California
20 Aneu (An Eskimo Story), by KAREN FOX, Denver, Colorado
21 Using Historical Artifacts in Multicultural Storytelling, by JIM "TWO CR OWS" WALLEN, Independence, Missouri
22 How the Indians Got Horses, by PAT MENDOZA, Denver, Colorado
23 Gabby Diego, by JEAN DEVLIN, Flushing, New York
24 My Calling: Storyteller, by CYNTHIA WATTS, Atlanta, Georgia
25 Forbidden Friendship, by CORINNE STAVISH, Southfield, Michigan
26 There is Peace in the World, Alberta King: A Mother's Viewpoint, by ADORA DUPREE, Johnson City, Tennessee
27 A Bibliography of Multicultural Folk Literature, by LUTHER CLEGG, ETTA Miller and BILL VANDERHOOF, Fort Worth, Texas

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