Category Archives: Original Storytelling

What is Actually Original?

Check out the link below: http://www.babelquest.co.uk/the-advent-tales-original-storytelling-on-your-phone/ It is a web page that is promoting an app on phones that it claims will give you original stories. It is up to you to decide if the stories can really be called original, … Continue reading

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Storysharing: When and how do you share others’ stories? These links raise the questions about how and when we share stories/memories that others have told us. What requires permission to be retold, and how can we retell stories not our … Continue reading

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The Ethics of Storytelling

http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/460/retraction Transcript: http://podcast.thisamericanlife.org/special/TAL_460_Retraction_Transcript.pdf This episode of the radio show This American Life, called “Retraction” is about the discovery and fallout when a famous storyteller Mike Daisey apparently fabricated parts of his one-man show “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs,” excerpts … Continue reading

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