Back here after almost a week’s vacay from the blog ….
I will soon be conducting a Q and A with Sharlene (of Brandstoria) focused on the gorgeously designed book.
I’m excited about the book because Sharlene includes “career” among the entities that storytelling can advance. I love the straightforwardness of this partial lineup of chapters:
Storyworks joins a stellar lineup of books published this year in the applied-storytelling realm. Here’s where I’ve mentioned them:
- Lead with a Story, by Paul Smith; see also my Q and A with Paul
- Wired for Story, by Lisa Cron (link is my Q and A with Lisa)
- The Non-Profit Narrative: How Telling Stories Can Change the World, by Dan Portnoy
- How to Write an About Me, by Sean Buvala
- Winning the Story Wars, by Jonah Sachs
- StoryBranding, by Jim Signorelli (link is my Q and A with Jim)
- Living Proof: Tell Your Story to Make a Difference, by John Capecci
- Storytelling Pocketbook, by Roger E. Jones
Others have been released in 2012 that I’ve acknowledged only by including them in my books widget at the bottom of the page:
- The Mess Inside: Narrative, Emotion, and the Mind, by Peter Goldie
- Your Story Matters You Matter: A guide to healing, learning from and sharing your story (Volume 1), by Angela Schaefers
- The story of a kiss: Storytelling in organizational change, by Suzanne Tesselaar
- The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make Us Human, by Jonathan Gottschall
I’ve probably even left some out. What 2012 applied-storytelling releases am I forgetting?