Storytellers … on the road

Two storytellers, Peter Chand and Giles Abbott, have begun a storytelling journey from Avebury to London. Like itinerant monks, they will depend on the charity (or love as it has long been translated) of others for their welfare along the way, and in return they will tell stories.

Their storytelling journey will also raise money for the Parkinson’s Disease Society, the MS Society and Chelsea Children’s Hospital Schools.

Iris, in Speaking of Love, becomes an oral storyteller and oral stories inform the novel. I fell in love with oral stories as I was thinking about the novel that eventually became Speaking of Love and it seems to me that what these two storytellers are doing is reincarnating the ancient art of the troubadour. Catch them if you can, on the road.

PS: they’re blogging about their journey as they travel too … on their website.

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I write fiction about the difficulty we have when we try to say what's in our hearts.
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One Response to Storytellers … on the road

  1. StuckInABook says:

    What a wonderful idea!

    It was the storytelling aspect to Speaking of Love with which I fell most in love.