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"I want to publish a book." Let's talk about the ins and outs of modern publishing. The rules have changed. Options are everywhere. Come for random rants about publishing, questions answered, interviews held. Your host is Sean Buvala, publisher at The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group. Also includes raw audio from FBLive events that Sean records every Monday at authoryes.com
 
Live, Modern Spoken-Word Storytelling for Adult Audiences. A blend of new-world personal storytelling along with traditional tales of the world. Each performances is different. Each podcast episdoe is unique. Stories may contain adult language and situations. This podcast is not suitable for children. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/support
 
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"One who is brave enough to tame a tiger..." What can one do with patience and love? Part of my new Sunday Night Shorts series on FB, here is the story that has both gotten the most negative and the most positive feedback in telling stories for decades. I am always fascinated by what others hear in stories. You can find these shorts on my author pa…
 
"Hmm, this is the pit Jackal found you in?" Is power as smart as it seems? Here's a world tale of how Hare judged a dispute. Told by Sean Buvala "Hmm, this is the pit Jackal found you in?" Is power as smart as it seems. Here's a world tale of how Hare judged a dispute. Get more stories at https://seantells.com/lion-and-hare-story-on-saturday-podcas…
 
At a reinvention point in your life or business? Nervous?⁠ ⁠ Times are odd, for sure. ⁠ ⁠ Know that, right now, you are in the part of your own story where you get to change and grow. ⁠ ⁠ You’ve arrived at a fork in your road that is guarded by beasts of doubt and fog. ⁠ ⁠ Now, instead of falling down the dragon’s gullet, you get to stand and defea…
 
::: However, entrepreneurs think they can do better with slogans and catchphrases. We ignore the time-skating power of narratives (story fable anecdote) to attract others ... and trade that power for marketing malarkey like "treating people right" or "here have a coupon." ::: Sean Buvala at morethanspeaking.com Toothbrush Photo by Anne Nygård on Un…
 
So, do you need to be drowning before you seek out coaching and mentorship? Here's a story and some anecdotes about the role of mentoring and coaching to find your stories and anecdotes. Coaching? Follow the directions at the bottom of the article at: morethanspeaking.com FB for my latest: https://www.facebook.com/seantells ** Episode Photo by Noah…
 
Got the "alligator thoughts" of a struggling business? Just under the surface, many business owners and entrepreneurs have fears. I've had these annoying, wake-me-up-at-night alligator-like questions: • Will there be enough? • Where are my customers? • Why don't they "get" it? • Can I keep the doors open? • Am I gonna have to get a "real" job? • Wh…
 
Slogans suck. Stories invite, create, and sell. It's open season on reopening your business? Okay, but all I see are these: "Here's a coupon." "We're super-duper clean." "Our staff can't wait." "We have new specials." "Now more than ever..blah blah." Ewwww. You can do better! So, here's some gently-offered tough love for leaders... Let us know if w…
 
You know, storytelling is a baseline, bedrock way to communicate with anyone from the classroom to the boardroom. But don't get caught in magical thinking and think that storytelling is going to solve all your company's problems. It won't. An adaptation of an article I wrote for Medium at this link here.…
 
http://smalltoothdog.com When you write your book, write it to one person. Sean Buvala discusses the role of the reader "avatar." Rough Transcript Excerpt: Sean Buvala: When you write a book, particularly a non-fiction book, but it's true of fiction too, what we want you to do in the publishing industry, what we want you to do is to write specifica…
 
Sean Buvala tells the tale of "Catskin" adapted from the Grimm Fairytale. "The looked a little too long at his youngest daughter, a daughter who reminded him of her deceased mother." And with that idea, the story takes some turns into inappropriate demands, wild promises given, oaths broken, and disarray of a life gone rogue. Listen to all of these…
 
Spoken-Word artist Tomas J. Stanton shares his poetic piece on "Who I Am." Powerful and honest look at his understanding of himself and others. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/supp…
 
Storyteller Sean Buvala tells an old, winter folktale that has roots in many cultures. What really fills a house? Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/support…
 
Storyteller Harriet Cole tells of a "cleansing fire" in New Mexico at Cerro Grande in the year 2000. "They had burned away, in that fire, some of the oldest, nastiest underbrush in the area." This is a strong story about relationships and cultures. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission i…
 
Short and sweet, here are four super short interviews with audience members + Sean Buvala about the first StoryRise Goodyear. The whole thing is less than four minutes. http://storyrise.com. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com. Don't foge…
 
Storyteller Kim Porter tells her personal tale of salsa and marriage. It's pretty spicy. The salsa is, at least. Recorded live. Contains mild adult language. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/s…
 
Glenda Bonin tells her folktale story of "Old Blue" in this live recording from StoryRise Goodyear on November 1, 2018. Sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. storyrise.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/storyrise/support…
 
Sean Buvala (seantells.com) tells his slightly-warped version of a goofy "Three Little Javelinas in Superior, Arizona." Recorded live November 1, 2018 at "StoryRise: Goodyear" sponsored by The Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group, LLC and the Goodyear Arts and Culture Commission in the city of Goodyear, Arizona. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor…
 
Death! War! Hunger! Weddings! So many inappropriate things in this Russian story of the soldier and the warlock that you'll hardly be able to handle the maggots! the crows! the snakes! that will take over your nightmares. Oh, you think the day will get saved, but, oh, you and your positive outlook. We warned you not to listen; we can sense the bloo…
 
Bif! Baf! HeeHee! Holler! Ho! Terror awaits our young hero as he spends three terrifying nights in a spooky castle, all in an attempt to win the hand of the Princess. Yep, sounds like a fairytale. It gets pretty folktale-y when we add the talking cats, the fire, the lathe, the murder, the violence and the legs. Nine legs makes us wonder about the o…
 
Listen to the giggle...errr... terrifying screams of these young people, trapped in a live audience! Oh, it might sound like laughing, but be warned! Even they can’t believe how this tale unfolds. Oh, the Lupine sluicing! Will it be Fresh Wolf Wienerwurst? No one should have to give up the goodies! In this inappropriate folktale, storyteller Sean B…
 
SSSSomething could go wrong in our fable-filled version of this week’s folktale. The Frogs. The Gods. The Croaking. We’ve told you these stories are not for the lovers of peace and justice. Frogs in a pond clamor for a King. Will he bring salvation or just drain the swamp. Only in your hearing will you know. An adaptation of an Aesop tale by Sean B…
 
“A story so full of terror and murder and betrayal that I may not be able to tell you all the words.” The death of dozens, of boars, of brothers. Really, these are not appropriate for anyone, but you are going to listen anyway, aren’t you? We’ve tried to warn you that this classic Grimm fairytale isn’t for the soft-hearted. Be worried about the nig…
 
A wizard has a snack and yet the family still loves him? What?! No, you don’t want to listen to this! The carnage! The sheep! The lack of hospitality! Just say, “no, no I will not subject myself to one more of these inappropriate folktales as I am too scared.” This one is adapted the book “Armenian Folktales and Fables” by Charles Downing.…
 
Oh, the suffering of one brother against another. Surely, justice will prevail, but wait, those giants! No, it can’t be. Okay, well, you have made a choice to listen. We told you to turn around. Recorded live in 2006 and told by K. Sean Buvala, this is a retelling of a classic, but not really know, Grimm folktale. Turn away now, before you are stuc…
 
Violence! “The judge realized he had given this boy, essentially, the right to attack anyone…” A tale of deceit, a dim young man, and permission to kill. No doubt this story will lead you down a road to violence if you listen. An inappropriate Momma, silent thieves and a bleeding judge feature in our story told by Sean Buvala. A folktale collected …
 
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