WELCOME TO MY WEBSITE.
I know this looks like I let a drunk orangutan loose on the site … sadly it was me. I’m still finding my way.
I still have a huge amount of things to do on this site but I’ll get there. I am thrilled that I’ve got this far. Let me revel in some self-congratulation for a bit.
All the photos on my site were taken by Bernard O’Kelly unless otherwise stated.
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Una MacConville / Aug 24 2012 3:06 pm
Hi Catherine, lovely site, well done. There’s so much here it will take a while to read it all.
kelseyqt314 / Sep 17 2012 8:00 pm
Hello, I am an Audiology Grad Student at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, U.S. and we are planning a trip to Zambia for this coming May, 2013. I was wondering if we could correspond through email so we could ask you a few questions about your experience?
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catherinebwrites / Jan 21 2013 3:25 pm
Sorry it’s taken so long to respond to your comment. Life… it really can get in the way of what you want to do. I have no notion what Expression Engine I am only computer semi-literate
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Mick Sawtell / Feb 11 2013 6:40 pm
Hi Carherine — you don’t know me but a friend of mine -Patsy Brennan ( from rebirthing Days ) said you might know how to connect with another old friend of mine -Jean O’Keefe from co-counselling days ?!?!?
If you can help I would appreciate !
Thanks — Mick Sawtell
Jean O'Keeffe / Mar 19 2013 3:18 pm
If you are reading this Michael….. I have looked for you too. Catherine, if you are reading this – your website just peaked!
Where are you Michael…how are your daughters….what are you doing, thinking, working on?
I live in Hebden Bridge and am flying to Dublin in April for the first time in years, to stay with a friend in Tipperary for a few days. I think I am going to be devastated on the way home. The old roots are stronger than ever and how they tug!
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catherinebwrites / Mar 19 2013 4:12 pm
Thanks Kirk… always flattering to get kind feedback.
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Thank you Klaus
Dee Ebel / Sep 9 2013 7:45 pm
Catherine, so you come nearby and I and perhaps Mark would like to greet you, we are checking out getting to see you at the storytelling festival…Omaha not quite Albania but we know you’ll find some material! Dee Ebel And Mark Rathouz…PS Mark has read all your books!
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Paul Akert / Mar 19 2014 2:05 pm
Catherine, I’m looking forward to your session at the Northlands Storytelling Conference in April. I’ve been cast as the Toymaker who tells stories to children at the Bristol Renaissance Faire by way of introduction to a puppet on stilts. The director has suggested I might use stories such as the Wonderful Toymaker, Elves and the Shoemaker, Princess and the Pea. Each needs some work on my part to make them work as a Renaissance story for the faire. For starters I’m interested in spicy up and lengthening the Elves and the Shoemaker story. Any suggestions you may have before the conference would be most welcome.
catherinebwrites / Mar 20 2014 12:30 pm
Hi Paul, it will be fun to meet in Northlands. I’m in the throes of getting ready to go to Zambia where I’m hoping to set up a screening programme for hearing so a bit up to the tonsils at the moment.
However but one thing that usually works for me is to go through the story as is and pin-point the practical, everyday questions that would arise if this were reality e.g. what exactly is the motivation of the elves? When you explore these a bit you’ll usually find something that helps pump the story up. Love Catherine
Paul Akert / Mar 22 2014 11:31 am
Thank you so much. My adaptation as told at M.A.S.T. (Milwaukee Area Story Tellers) last evening was met with much positive response. I introduced the story by citing several kinds of small fairy folk. The elves were described as “helper fairies” which led to asking the listeners to be helpers with the story. Doorbell ringer, snorers, a tap, tap tapper, “whisperers like the wind” and “dance with joy” listeners. The group loved the technique and told me this would be a great way to involve the children at the Bristol Renaissance Faire this summer. I had not thought about your “what motivates the character”, elves in this case, to do what they are doing but I believe identifying them as “helper fairies” is a good start. As there is a bit of time before the faire I will look at the story again for what motivates the elves. Thank you for the wake up call about motivation as it has been a long time since I’ve participated in theater and I do know that discovery of what moves a character is important. May all go well with the screening program in Zambia. Best regards, Paul
catherinebwrites / Mar 22 2014 3:18 pm
Thank you paul… glad the suggestion was some help. Hope I’ll see you at my workshop in Northlands! would be fun to connect.
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