Links to Other Cool Blogs

Some of these blogs are marginally about storytelling; others aren’t at all about storytelling. They are blogs I admire and blogs by friends and family. I’m a little more forgiving here with blogs that aren’t updated than I am with my storytelling-blog links page; after all, I might be able to ask some of these folks, “Hey, are you ever gonna update your blog?”

  • an undone calm: Life blog of Anne Cloudman.
  • Brett Bayne’s Utterly Non-Quintessential Movie Blog: Movie reviews by my good friend Brett Bayne.
  • Build a Better Box: Uncommon sense for communications, marketing, and business by Steve Lovelace.
  • Cognitive Edge: The blog of Dave Snowden, who once called me “stupid” in a posting. Cognitive Edge is focused on rejuvenating management practices to better equip organizations when addressing intractable problems or seizing new opportunities in uncertain and complex situations.
  • Creative Liberty: Toolkit by Liz Massey for enhancing creative flow and reducing creative angst.
  • Idealawg: Stephanie West Allen’s blog covering a wide range of topics (see her sidebar to get a sense of topics covered). Stephanie participated in A Storied Career’s Q&A series.
  • Inner Whizdom: The blog of my best friend, Liz Sumner, a life coach.
  • Netage Endless Knots: Jessica Lipnack’s blog about virtual teams, networks, networking, collaboration, Web 2.0, writing, and even yoga, knitting, cooking, family, and friends. Jessica participated in A Storied Career’s Q&A series.
  • The New Charm School: Jennifer [Houlihan]’s blog for recovering type A types; a boutique and watering hole for the intelligentsia.

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The following are sections of A Storied Career where I maintain regularly updated running lists of various items of interest to followers of storytelling:

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Links below are to Q&A interviews with story practitioners.


The pages below relate to learning from my PhD program focusing on a specific storytelling seminar in 2005. These are not updated but still may be of interest:

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