Linda Schuyler Ford is a traditional Storyteller/Spoken Word Artist whose repertoire includes personal narrative, folk and fairy tales, and literacy stories. She is in demand for performances of women’s stories, stories of peace/community building, and for performing the works of Washington Irving.
She has performed at museums, festivals, and community centers along the east coast, and is the producer of two popular storytelling events: Stories at Blue, and Storytelling House Concerts at
Aging Out Loud...16 hour certification on applied storytelling for anyone working with Elders across the spectrum of cognitive needs. Tell, Touch, and Triumph...Storytelling in long term care for leisure, diversion, and quality of life, Five Smooth Stones...A half day story retreat for caregivers. Just Enough to Make A Story...An introduction to oral storytelling. Just Enough to make a Story (True)...A lively and insightful workshop on developing personal narrative
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