About this blog …

A Storied Career began curating and documenting the world of applied storytelling in May 2005, had its most active period between 2008 and 2010, and had its most recent post (before this one) in 2014. Read the full history. While I am undecided about ever posting in this blog again, … Continue reading

Anthology of Millennials’ Stories Documents Lost Generation’s Quest for Answers

Neal Gorenflo, co-founder Shareable Magazine, a nonprofit online magazine about sharing, and Malcolm Harris, senior editor of the New Inquiry, have just released Share or Die, an anthology with stories by recent graduates and twenty-something experimenters “who are finding (and sharing) their own answers to negotiating the new economic order.” Because the nonprofit Shareable … Continue reading

Integrating Story into Online Learning

Cross-posted in my KatharineHansenPdD.com blog about online teaching.. A major reason that I’ve been delinquent in getting A Storied Career back on track is that I have been trying to build a new career in online teaching. Here’s a post that combines my passion for applied storytelling with my emerging … Continue reading

A Story of Changing the Narrative

Thanks to Michael Margolis for turning me on to this one. It’s a classic case of reframing an issue, changing the narrative to persuade the audience into a specific action: This video tells the story of the city of Troy, Michigan, which was facing a budget shortfall, and was considering … Continue reading