Nonprofit storytelling organization The Moth has a simple little podcast story for Halloween that, while not in the slightest bit explicitly violent or gory, manages to be scary. Scary in that way that makes the little hairs on the back of the neck stand up, you know? Writer and performer Joan Juliet Buck tells the […]
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In this exclusive interview, audiobook podcasting pioneer Scott Sigler explains how he used his podcast to get a book deal and even a movie deal, how he uses social media to promote his work and why he wants to kill you off in his next book.
In this series of videos, NPR’s Ira Glass explains his ideas on storytelling in audio and video: Ira Glass on Storytelling
The Mindanao News and Information Cooperative Center, a cooperative composed of independent, professional journalists, has teamed with Jean Claire A. Dy, a Media Arts professor at Univ. Phillipines Mindanao, to create a Digital Storytelling Center Mindanao. While the project initially was created for the college students to store their stories, the partnership with the journalists […]
An intriguing short note Wednesday on Twitter tipped us off to SteamPod, a new podcast series “using the steam powered Victrola to listen to stories from the era called Steampunk.” For those not familiar with steampunk, it is a sub-category of fantasy or alternate-history fiction which first gained popularity 20 – 25 years ago. Many […]