A photo slideshow of Diane Edgecomb accompanied by Margot Chamberlain telling Kansakura: Sacred Cherry Tree at Haru-Matsuri Japanese Spring Festival 2012 at Boston’s Copley Plaza
VIDEO CLIPS OF PERFORMANCES FOR ADULTS:
From Tales of the Supernatural Performance: Twilight of the Stones a true ghost story about the Standing Stones of Avebury, England
From A Celtic Evening Performance: Deirdre of the Sorrows: Diane Edgecomb accompanied by Margot Chamberlain on Celtic harp, score by Tom Megan
VIDEO FROM FAMILY PERFORMANCES:
From Tall Fall Tales Performance: The Old Apple Tree: Diane Edgecomb accompanied by Margot Chamberlain
CATCH DIANE ON HERE WOMEN TELL RADIO! Diane was featured on “Here Women Tell” Radio. The conversation with host Kris Hillenburg was about Storytelling and Nature Mythology plus a sharing of some of Diane’s original story “The Salmon of Wisdom.” Listen or Download the Archive
“THE ART OF STORYTELLING” PODCAST! Diane was recently featured on Brother Wolf’s acclaimed Art of Storytelling Series, discussing Place -based Nature Storytelling. Diane Edgecomb on the Art of Storytelling
Diane blogs on a variety of subjects: Children’s imagination and video games, Finding a sense of place when touring on the road and being stranded at Heathrow Airport London overnight. Check out her blog by clicking here.
A Fire in My Heart: Kurdish Tales, Diane’s first book, is the first collection of Kurdish folktales to be published in English. It contains folktales from all areas of Kurdistan as well as recipes, games, color photos, a brief history and a map.
Diane has written numerous articles on nature and story for Storytelling Magazine including an article on tree mythology and one on the myths surrounding the Winter Solstice. Her expertise in the area of nature mythology has won her recognition as a leader in integrating storytelling and the natural world.