Posts tagged Personal Storytelling
How do you know she is a witch?

Now I have this new word: witch. For me, “witch” conjures an image of a woman with creative powers, a woman who exercises those powers even at personal risk. Though she is so different from my image of “writer,” I feel drawn to her as well, and the sensation is not a drawing outward, but a drawing inward, a rooting. 

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Man on a Boat

What would I say and what would I do if I could go back to those moments and speak boldly from my own human heart rather than reacting from a place of fear where I believed I would fail unless I was “doing as well as the boys” or “being one of the guys.”

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Psychology of Storytelling

Dr. Jessica Tartaro PhD, Intimacy Coach & Connection Facilitator, speaks with Storyborne about the psychology behind personal storytelling performance. Wonderful words of wisdom for performers, audiences and anyone interested in what it means to speak from the heart.

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Heart Stories

More than a dozen artists are coming together for one evening to share personal stories from the heart through spoken word, music and song, dance, mime and visual art. Some adult language and subject matter. Suggested $10 donation at door goes directly to paying the performing artists, event free and open to the public, sponsored by the Port Townsend Arts Commission. Port Townsend’s BluJay Kombucha will be there selling its delicious brew.

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Single for the holidays

The whole 'you complete me' idea is terrifying to me. 

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