STNM AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN STORYTELLERS PRESENT
STORY CAMP SEPTEMBER 15-17, 2017
Storytellers of New Mexico, in collaboration with Rocky Mountain Storytellers, has committed to a second Story CampSeptember 15-17 at Rainbow Camp in Southern Colorado. Two workshops followed by breakout sessions, plus evening story swaps.
Story Camp registration is limited to the first 18 applicants.
People no longer have to fill out a separate Story Camp Registration form. When they register and pay on the Rocky Mountain Storytelling website, the form is part of the process. Here's the link http://rmstory.org/events/story-camp/
The latest news from the National Storytelling Network is available on the following link (as of April 18, 2017) https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/15b6a96d05bb1ceb
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THIRD QUARTER 2017 STNM NEWSLETTER AVAILABLE NOW!
STNM publishes a quarterly newsletter for its members, with a copy of the current issue also posted on-line. Deadline for including news/other events in the fourth quarter newsletter in 2017 is September 15, 2017. 3rd Quarter 2017 Newsletter
This site is updated regularly. Most recent update was on August 29, 2017.
We are happy to announce that our own STNM President, Sarah Malone, was awarded the National Storytelling Network's Regional Service and Leadership Award for the Western Region of the United States at the NSN conference in Kansas City, MO on July 1, 2017. We are so proud and thankful for all that Sarah has done to help perpetuate storytelling in our region, as well as the support that she has humbly given to further the careers of other storytellers, often at times putting aside her own aspirations. Sarah was nominated by Elaine Muray with supporting letters from Bob Kanegis, Joe Hayes, and Phyllis Bergman submitted with the application.