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  • 00:27

    the Day the Mirror Cried: Storyteller Saundra Kelley

    in Business

    On Today's Episode, you will meet…(Storyteller & Author Saundra Kelley)


     Born in Tallahassee, Florida, Saundra Kelley is a 7th generation Florida Cracker who came to the mountains and never went home again. Her art combines writing with the ancient tradition of spoken word. She is a professional storyteller, traveling America’s highways and back roads sharing her love of that which makes us really human – our stories.


    Kelley is the author of three books:



    The Day the Mirror Cried
    Danger in Blackwater Swamp, and
    Southern Appalachian Storytellers: Interviews with Sixteen Keepers of the Oral Tradition, and Legends of the Wild, a CD.


     At present, Saundra resides in the storytelling capital of the world, Jonesborough, Tennessee with her miniature poodle, Geoffrey. She travels the southeast sharing original stories, myths, and folklore imbued with a twist of green; reverence and appreciation of mother earth are a part of every story she tells or writes.


    Saundra is a repeat offender…this is the second time she has been on my show!  Today we will be discussing her latest book: The Day the Mirror Cried, published by Southern Yellow Pine Publishing. 


    For Info:


    http://www.saundrakelleystoryteller.com

  • 00:14

    Ep.71 – Jesus the Storyteller

    in Psychology

    Join Dr. Carlos as he explores Jesus as a storyteller with Dr. Levine. Amy-Jill Levine is University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies, and Professor of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School and College of Arts and Science in Nashville, Tennessee; affiliated professor […]

  • 00:29

    Storytelling for your Business? Storyteller and Author Dennis Clause

    in Current Events

    Storyteller Dennis Clause joins to discuss newly release book The Power of Effective Stories. A member of Algonquin tribe, who grew up on the Tuscarora Indian reservation in western New York his Indian name is Saw-go-low-lee (He speaks to the people) and he is from the raven clan. 


    What is the purpose of a good story? How can this be helpful to a business? How does storytelling benefit the consumer and business? What goes into a story?


    Just some of the questions that will be asked as well more on the Power of Effective Stories! 


    Edited for content ©NativeBroadcastNetwork

  • 00:58

    Portrait of a Storyteller with a Social Conscience.. Emeka Mbadiwe

    in Culture

    Please join Frankie Picasso , host of The Good Radio Network, Thursday May 7th at 1:00 pm EST when her guest is Emeka Mbadiwe, creative filmmaker, storyteller, inspirational speaker, actor, author and CHANGE artist.


    Emeka's voice is ringing out and it's not falling on deaf ears. His video shorts are reaching the youth of today and his message is clear..you need to get your act together, you are Worthwhile and loved, and "I  am here to help YOU!"


    Through his film company Triple T Films..( To the Top)  Emeka has brought  his Strong, Enthusiastic, Engaging and Comedic energy to thousands of people over the years.

    He speaks on issues concerning the youth and motivates people to reach their highest potential. He may be Changing the World One Person at a Time but Millions are listening.


    Emeka  has studied the science of achievement and mastered while specializing in topics such as Motivation, social media marketing and self improvement


     

  • 01:58

    Mayan Storyteller and Native Reinactor Susy Cawthorn​

    in Religion

    On April 22, 2012, we chatted with Mayan descendant (Facebook) and expert storyteller Susy Cawthorn, a Medical Marijuana patient... and longtime friend of Red Elk and Blueotter.


    Mark Borcharding gave Mayan Calendar Birthday Readings to Susy and to Richard, one of our listeners from Arizona.

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    African-American woman is professional storyteller with tales to tell

    in Spirituality

    Vanessa Johnson is a professional storyteller who tells compelling tales of the African-American slaves of days gone by. She will transport you to another place and time with her vivid storytelling. Tune in to hear her tales and her own amazing spiritual journey which has taken her back to her ancestral roots in Africa.

  • 00:31

    Tim Chhim interviews inspirational storyteller Nihar Suthar

    in Self Help

    Nihar Suthar is an award-winning writer, covering inspirational stories around the world. Believe it or not, he stumbled upon writing completely by accident after moving to New York City for the very first time. While in the Big Apple, Nihar noticed that there were thousands of people missing out on the greatness of everyday life, due to the very fast paced lifestyles they lived.


    As a result of his observations, he had a big idea to inspire people around the globe by writing a book (which was strange, because he always hated reading books. Why would he ever write one?). With the support of his family and friends though, Nihar ended up debuting his first international book, Win No Matter What, with Balboa Press in June 2013.


    Since then, his work has been featured in Washington Square News, US News & World Report and The Huffington Post, and several podcasts. Nihar is now working on a new book, The Corridor of Uncertainty (a heart-warming narrative about the Afghanistan cricket team), which will be released in late 2015.


    http://www.niharsuthar.com/

  • 01:52

    Part One - Cherokee Storyteller and Author Willy Whitefeather

    in Religion

    Part One... Willy joined about 30 minutes into the show and was disconnected by Skype a few minutes before the stream stopped, so I will be calling him tomorow morning and recording another hour.


    Willy Whitefeather is 79 years old, and knows many of the old Cherokee stories.


    Willy says, "The reason I wrote the survival book was to save a kid's life. Because I know of 28 kids that went out into the desert and mountains and never came back. This book is now into it's 7th printing. From my Cherokee hertitage I use old Cherokee ways in hopes to save a kids life. I was made honorary Chief of the Black Creek band of Cherokees."

  • 01:53

    Cherokee Storyteller and Author Willy Whitefeather of WillyWhitefeather.com

    in Religion

    Part One... Willy joined about 30 minutes into the show and was disconnected by Skype a few minutes before the stream stopped, so I will be calling him tomorow morning and recording another hour.


    Willy Whitefeather is 79 years old, and knows many of the old Cherokee stories.


    Willy says, "The reason I wrote the survival book was to save a kid's life. Because I know of 28 kids that went out into the desert and mountains and never came back. This book is now into it's 7th printing. From my Cherokee hertitage I use old Cherokee ways in hopes to save a kids life. I was made honorary Chief of the Black Creek band of Cherokees."

  • 01:51

    Part Two: Cherokee Storyteller and Author Willy Whitefeather

    in Religion

    I called Willy back and we continue for another two hours!


    Willy Whitefeather is 79 years old, and knows many of the old Cherokee stories.


    Willy says, "The reason I wrote the survival book was to save a kid's life. Because I know of 28 kids that went out into the desert and mountains and never came back. This book is now into it's 7th printing. From my Cherokee hertitage I use old Cherokee ways in hopes to save a kids life. I was made honorary Chief of the Black Creek band of Cherokees."