Greater Columbus Arts Council
home of the Artists in the Schools project
Ohio History Center
At 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus, houses the Ohio History Connection, the museum, the Archives/Library, the Ohio Historic Preservation Office, and the Ohio Village. SOCO members volunteer for many events there and we present Tellabration and Fireside Tales there as well.
Jackie Baldwin's Story Lover's site
Has a wide range of stories and other resources
Sean Buvala's Storyteller.net
Numerous resources including tellers' directory listings, the audio stories and the events calendar.... http://www.storyteller.net
Karen Chace's StoryBug.net
A garden of resources for storytellers, teachers & kids
Tim Sheppard's Storytelling Resources
Comprehensive collections, for storytellers, of articles, links, and information on the oral tradition and the art of storytelling.
An adult open-mic monthly event at the Wild Goose Creative
Central Ohio Folk Festival
local music and folk arts festival--always the first full weekend (including Friday) of May
Columbus Folk Music Society
Promoting Folk Music, Dance, Story Telling, and other Folk Arts
The Ohio Order for the Preservation of Storytelling(OOPS!)
The National Storytelling Network
Northlands Storytelling Network
Eastern Tennessee State University
offers a Master's Degree in Storytelling
West Virginia Storytelling Guild
Publishers of Storytelling Collections
August House Publishing
The largest publisher of storytelling resources
Yellow Moon Press
The Arts of the Oral Tradition: Storytelling, Poetry, and Music, Contemporary and Traditional, Educational and Entertaining Tapes, CDs and Books Which Explore the History and Breathe New Life Into the Oral Tradition.
Orange Frazer Press
With over 25 years of experience as an independent book publisher in Wilmington, Ohio, Orange Frazer Press guides its clients to their niche audience through every aspect of publishing, from research, writing, editing, and proofreading to creative development and marketing consultation.
Parkhurst Brothers Publishers
Parkhurst Brothers Publishers focuses primarily on the American storytelling movement, publishing books by ethnic and professional storytellers writing for general readers, educators, librarians, and fellow storytellers.