Storybound Magazine | Issue No 11

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Storybound Magazine | Issue No 11

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Storybound Magazine - Issue No 11 | Spring 2018

vh1’s Storytellers • Elton John’s GRAMMY Salute • Lasting Lines • Story: An illustrated definition • Jaws • Jesus Christ Superstar Live • Mr. Campbell, a legendary educator honored • Mr. Roger’s Legacy • Santa Catalina Island • & more

 

Storybound Magazine is a quarterly publication sharing the stories behind some of the recent projects and adventures at Storybound. Through combining the stories we create and the adventures and inspiring tales that help shape the storytelling world around us, we hope you catch a glimpse into the connection between them all—that core piece of our journey, following the heart of a great story. Through seeing all these stories unfold together, you may get an idea of just how interconnected every story is, how far one great story can reach.  

Explore storytelling through all sorts of angles—museum exhibits, fashion, art, theatre, books, film, television, narrative devices, travel, restaurants, and much more. 

About this Issue:

The best tellings inspire you to take time with the story. Without realizing it, you’re absorbing the tale, its messages, its moments and you return to them whenever reminded of its world. This quarter, the stories we found invited us to take the time to explore the familiar story-worlds around us—and explore them again. Return to your favorite songs; listen to new recordings, find different emphases, learn the meaning behind every lyric, or listen to the original truly as if you never had before. Revisit your favorite childhood storytellers and see what pieces resonate with you now. Find an old favorite tale in a new and exciting telling. From a favorite teacher to Mr. Rogers, from song lyrics to a classic film, revisiting familiar concepts or visiting lands close to home for the first time, there are always new pieces to uncover. It’s one of my favorite parts of storytelling: the endless capacity for great discovery in the known.