Review Links of 2016 A to Z Blog Challenge

survivor-atoz [2016] v2Every April is the A to Z Blog Challenge, a worldwide phenomenon.

Here are April 2016 posts with that focuses on storytelling of all forms in style, culture, language, and in combination of arts:

A = Authentic Aura

B = Bilingual Bond

C = Celtic Culture

D = Draw n’ Tell

E = Edutainment

F = Fold n’ Cut

G = Ghosts, Goblins, & Goo

H = Habitat-Inspired

I = Illuminating the Illusions

J = Juggling while Jibber-Jabbering

K = Kinetics & Kinesthetics

L = Lies, Lies, Lies

M = Music & Melodies

N = Native-Narrator

O = Outsider-Orator

P = Puppetry Perfection

Q = Quantified Quandaries

R = Rhythm, Rhyme & Reverberation

S = Skilled Stagecrafting for Story Theatre

T = Tandem Telling

U = Unanimous Undertakings (or thereabouts)

V = Visual Visions

W = Written Word War

X =  Xaern

Y = Yodeling & Yammering

Z = Zero to Zillion

Reflection:  This was harder and easier than when we did the 2015 A to Z Blog Challenge.  Our inaugural year of the Story Crossroads Festival was April 15-16, 2016 and so it was even more intense than usual.  Yet, even with that added pressure, we had wonderful guest writers who brought amazing insights.

Please Note: Clicking on their names will link you to them.  Clicking on the post will jump you to what they wrote.

We appreciate the following expert thoughts from:  

David Sharp (Celtic Culture);

Julie Barnson (Ghosts, Goblins, & Goo);

Kim Walkowski (Illuminating the Illusions);

George McEwan (Lies, Lies, Lies);

Amy White (Puppetry Perfection);

and Rene’ Sheets (Yodeling & Yammering).


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One thought on “Review Links of 2016 A to Z Blog Challenge

  1. Congratulations on completing the challenge, it sounds like you’ve had a busy but fun month 🙂

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