Storyteller Dan Yashinsky– The Silent Prince, part 1

October 13, 2010 at 1:15 pm Leave a comment

I’m taking a break from my travelogue for awhile for the subject of storytelling.

Some time ago, I had the pleasure of hearing Dan Yashinsky tell stories at the Second Story Barn in Baden, Ontario. I enjoyed his stories so much that I wanted to read his book, Suddenly They Heard Footsteps. So I bought the book.

This morning I was rereading a part of the book in preparation for a workshop presentation. I googled Dan to see what else I could learn about him and found a video of him telling a story.  I hope you enjoy the story too.

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