- n. Plural form of storyteller.
“O'Shea: When all is said and done, once you were done with the book, were there certain storytellers you left the project with a greater appreciation of them than you had at the start of the project?”
“What they are doing as storytellers is giving me the particulars.”
“Our job, as artists and storytellers, is to make reading as accessible as possible.”
“And the problem for us as storytellers is that too many of us know as little about our computers as the aforesaid romance editors know about sex.”
“Story time: Professional storytellers from the Philadelphia area are invited to Children’s Hospital to perform live stories for patients.”
“I really appreciate what they do for storytellers, which is why I link to them so often.”
“But the storytellers are the ones who suffer with the nightmares.”
“Preparing for the project, the abuse survivors, who are referred to as storytellers, and the artists went through workshops.”
“Personally, while I thoroughly enjoy his articles and books from a technical standpoint, I gravitate more to the "storytellers".”
“Dages said he expects USC's role will be to help industry players understand how to standardize 3-D technology for the home by tapping the expertise of students, technologists and "storytellers" on campus.”
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