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Winter/Spring, 1995 - Theme: "CHOICES OF VOICES"

The issue with an audiotape!

This issue is a very exciting and different one! It is storytelling's first audiotape journal attempt. We are quite happy with the final product and would love to hear your reactions. Begin this issue with the vocal challenge described on page 7. Then listen to the accompanying tape as you examine the remaining contents of this journal. Enjoy meeting special guest Roger Petersen (pictured on the cover), and enjoy the many additional interesting articles and stories. Happy listening, reading, and telling!

Storytelling Tips

4 Tips from the Storytelling Coach, by DOUG LIPMAN, Somerville, Massachusetts
5 "Voicing" Opinions, expressed by sotrytellers JEAN GUILLON, Marseille, France; JOHN BASINGER, Middletown, Connecticut; NANCY DUNCAN, Omaha, Nebraska; TIM JENNINGS, Burlington, Vermont; CAROL BIRCH, Southbury, Connecticut; CEIL ANNE CLEMENT, Hettinger, North Dakota; TONI SIMMONS, DeSota, Texas; DR. JOE YUKISH, Clemson, South Carolina; and TOM WEAKLEY, Arlingtn, Vermont

Printed Stories and Explanations for the Accompanying Audiotape:

Side 1
7 Vocal Fable Flavor, by FLORA JOY, featuring STEVE and JULIE HENSLEY, Chuckey, Tennessee; JUDITH BLACK, Marblehead, Massachusetts; DAVID NOVAK, San Diego, California; JIM LYON, Kingsport, Tennessee; DR. JOHN OWSTON, Kingsport, Tennessee; WENDY WELCH, Greeneville, Tennessee; CHARLES AND JANICE MAYNARD, Seymour, Tennessee; and PAT MENDOZA, Denver, Colorado
9 Cynthia, the Caterpillar, by JUDITH BLACK, Marblehead, Massachusetts
11 Articulation Elation, by ROGER PETERSEN, Langhorne, Pennsylvania
12 Little Green Men, by ROGER PETERSEN, Langhorne, Pennsylvania

Side 2
Side 2 begins with ROGER PETERSEN'S famous unprinted story, Grandpa's Gramophone.
13 The Hag's Hats, by PAM JOHNSON, Johnson City, Tennessee
15 Hats in History, by FLORA and HENRY JOY, Johnson City, Tennessee
16 How To Go Fishing Without Leaving Your Seat, by KAREN GOLDEN, Los Angeles, California
18 Story Sounds, by ROGER PETERSEN, Langhorne, Pennsylvania

Other Articles and Stories

21 "Weiss Advice" for Making Your First Audiotape (or CD), by JIM and RANDY WEISS, Benicia, California
24 Microphone Management, by KEITH YOUNG, Blountville, Tennessee
25 Word Choices: The Icing on the Cake, by DAVID NOVAK, San Diego, California
27 In Search of the Golden Voice, by ROGER PETERSEN, Langhorne, Pennsylvania
31 The Miscellany Page (Resources and info from DOYAL SPENCE and RHONDA AUTREY)

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