These pages reveal the many hats that I as a Freelance Professional Performer
and Writer wear at different times. Be sure to check my event listing weekly to find
out where I'm giving public shows and workshops in California and
(occasionally) Illinois. It changes as often as daily as bookings come in.
If you'd like to see photos of me in action, click here. To watch me tell a short, short ghost story on a national TV show, click here and type in the words "Harlynne Geisler."
If you'd like to order A Giant, An Imp, and Two Jacks, my tape of funny, fabulous fairy tales from Scotland, Ireland, and England, click here. If you want to know about my story that is in the August House book More Ready-to-Tell Tales from Around the World, click here.
If you're curious about my book, check out the Storytelling Professionally; The Nuts and Bolts of a Working Performer pages--the review page gives the best description of its contents.
If you're thinking about booking me, look at the pages that cover the type of storytelling or workshops that suit your needs best [listed below].
Please don't forget to e-mail me with your comments about these pages especially if you have trouble loading the pages due to the graphics.
Thanks for stopping by!
Harlynne Geisler email@example.com
San Diego, California (but willing to tell stories where you are!)
[Note: Pronounce my name Har-lin Guy-slur.]
Do you have a special event which you would like Harlynne to tell at? Please
email her at firstname.lastname@example.org with the answers
to these questions:
Your full name:
Your email address:
Your phone number (with country, city, area codes):
Address/City/State or Prov/Postal or Zip Code/Country (if other than U.S.):
What is the date and time of your event?
How long do you want me to entertain for?
What is the age range of your group?
What is the approximate size of your group?
What is your budget for entertainment?
*School Assemblies, PTA and family nights, and Storytelling Workshops for Schools [For Harlynne's other types of shows for children or adults, see below.]
A Short Professional Biography of Harlynne Geisler
How to Get in Touch with Harlynne Geisler
Newspaper and Magazine Articles about Harlynne Geisler
A Calendar of Upcoming Storytelling Shows and Workshops by Harlynne Geisler
WHAT I MEAN BY THE WORD "STORYTELLING"
Climbing the Three Steps to Storytelling: Finding, Learning,
and Telling a Tale
Delicious Shivers: Telling Spooky Stories
Storytelling and Creative Writing: The Perfect Partners
You're Going to be a WHAT!; Making a Living from Storytelling
The How and Why of Pourquoi Folktales Workshop
General Information about Harlynne Geisler's Workshops
Descriptions of a Few of Harlynne Geisler's Storytelling Shows
Delicious Shivers: Ghost Stories and Spooky Tales
Adults from 25 to 95
Library Shows and Workshops
Storytelling Festivals and Guilds
Christian Groups and Churches
Jewish Organizations and Temples
Stores, Hotels, and Restaurants
Highland Games, Folk Festivals, and Other Outdoor Venues
Clubs, Organizations, and Companies
Clowns and Variety Artists
College Performances, Lectures, and Workshops
Links to Other Storytelling Sites
Storytellers of San Diego and University of San Diego storytelling class and concerts
Storytelling Ongoing Events (such as Storytelling Guild Monthly
Meetings) Nationwide and World Wide
The Story Bag; A Storytelling Newsletter has ceased publication as of August, 2006.
You're visiting the web site http://storyteller.swiftsite.com (Please note: www.storybag.for-kids.com no longer works to get to this website.). The contents of all these pages are copyrighted 2013 by Harlynne Geisler. Please e-mail her for permission to use these contents...unless you're doing it to get her a booking. Then, please, be her guest!
Tales from the Story Bag
5361 Javier Street
San Diego, CA 92117-3215
Web site: http://storyteller.swiftsite.com