Mary Medlicott, Storyteller and Author - Storyworks
Storyworks press Mary Medlicott, Storyteller and Author - Storyworks

International Storytelling Network (RIC)
International Storytelling Network (RIC)


"Your ability both to recognise and project the image of the storyteller gives us all a kinship."  (Director, Society for Storytelling)

Articles
 
Here is a selection of articles I have published on a variety of Storytelling themes.
 
Please click on the titles below to navigate to the relevant articles.
 
"Cor, I loved that!" commissioned by 'English in Wales' - Winter 2008
Tall Tale Telling in 'Storylines' - Winter 2008
'Storytelling and Place' - commissioned by Artswave, June 2008
‘Listen, speak and enjoy!’ – Early Years Educator, June 2004
A Facts & Fiction series on novels featuring storytelling



"Cor, I loved that!" - Imaginative storytelling courses in Pembrokeshire - commissioned by English in Wales / Saesneg yng Nghymru for their Winter 2008 newsletter and bulletin.
 
You can read the article by clicking here.



Tall Tale Telling - in Storylines, Winter 2008
 
You can read the article by clicking here.



'Storytelling and Place' - commissioned by Artswave, June 2008.
 
You can read this article by clicking here or see it online: www.artswave.co.uk



‘Listen, speak and enjoy!’ Early Years Educator, June 2004
 
Storytelling without books is a good way to encourage young children to listen and speak. It is particularly effective when presented in a way that encourages involvement and participation.
 
Click here to read this article on storytelling to encourage communication skills.



A Facts & Fiction series on novels featuring storytelling:
 
Click on the novel titles to read the relevant articles
 
Rudder Tongue’ Facts & Fiction, August 2003
On The Gift of Stones by Jim Crace
 
Cultural Counter-Revolution’ Facts & Fiction, May 2003
On Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sijie
 
‘Epic Explorations’ Facts & Fiction, February 2003
On The File on H. by Ismail Kadare
 
‘A Victorian Storyteller - and a Woman!'Facts & Fiction, Autumn 2002
On The Hand of Ethelberta by Thomas Hardy
 
 
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