The Art of Storytelling show with Brother Wolf was begun by Eric Wolf in the spring 2007 as a way to support the art form of storytelling world-wide. With over 800,000 downloads and listeners in over 100 countries the show podfaded at 123 interveiws.
Every couple of weeks he interviewed a new storyteller on the podcast. Each guest covered a different aspect of the art of storytelling. The interviews are conducted one on one and in a conference call format in which anyone is welcome to participate on the call. You are welcome to join a storytelling call or just listen online, use iTunes, or your podcasting software.
A lighthearted hour of warm funny family stories with Eric Wolf. A dyslexic childhood in New York City has given Eric Wolf a rich tapestry of truth and fiction to draw upon for your entire families amusement. For Ages 9 to 99.
This show has a empowering effect on parents of dyslexic children, dyslexic students and other students who have learning struggles. Eric Wolf will be performing "When Cats Could Fly…" at the local Cook Theater as a part of the Indianapolis Fringe festival.
Storytellers used to tell fairytales that mattered to children. We live in a world of deep despair and high hope. We live in a world of horror and happiness. We live in a world where monsters and angels walk the earth. It is wrong to tell children stories of sugar and spice that rot their morals and their brains. It is wrong to create stories that have no teachings.
True fairytales run a risk. True fairytales speak of Danger with a capitol D. Storytelling of fairytales help us to learn the roadmap outside our families. Map that once included an entire community of people and storytellers who we would have known from birth.
A One Man Dinner Theater Experience in 3 Acts at the Hammel House in Waynesville, Ohio.
A retelling of the classic story told by an Oracle Award Winning storyteller with a comic twist. Tearing down the fourth wall this production includes the audience in a raucous retelling of Dickens Immortal Holiday Tale.
Enjoy stories that will help your child goto sleep Simple stories for bedtime free on youtube.
The video series that I produced over the spring of 2012.
I am Eric Wolf; a licensed, clinical, social worker.I enjoy conversations with people about their lived, storied experience. I use a form of therapy called Narrative Therapy, these conversations help folks examine their lives, make new discoveries, and remember their ethical guideposts. I am enthusiastic about hearing people remember truths about themselves, the world, and their discoveries.
Narrative therapy is based on the idea that many of the things we think of as hard truths are in fact cultural constructs or stories. These stories can be examined and placed in time or space. Once they are named they can be moved out of people's lives through retelling, tearing apart and a careful lifting or thickening of the other aspects of a person's life.
It is not necessary for that the person going to a narrative therapist understand how to practice or live out these ideas. The conversations someone has with a narrative therapist feel (hopefully) like a conversation between two friendsn