When people ask, I like to say I’m a storyteller, but here in Ireland I am merely a visitor in a nation of storytellers; and here in Dublin I was lucky enough to spend the evening in the presence of Master Storyteller, Johnny Daly – and Johnny was at the top of his game. It was an enthralling evening of Fairy Tales, Folk Law and Traditional Music.
The perfect hosts for the evening were the Brazen Head, Dublin’s oldest pub, who kept me fully supplied with Guinness and piping hot Irish Stew.
Thank you, Johnny and the Brazen Head for a great evening.
On Monday, April 18th, I shall guest on The Wolf & Dulci Hour. It’s a podcast, so you can listen in where ever you are. Wolf and Dulci are legends in the iClone community (iClone being the software we used to create There Be Monsters!) and I shall still be on a high from the weekend, so I’m looking forward to some fun.
I’m finally back from my road trip and almost caught up on things.
Thanks to everyone who came to the pre-screening of There be Monsters! and gave me such positive feed-back.
But I’m glad to be home and finally have some quality time to clear up the backlog.
Now that the fission mini-tour is over and I’ve finished talking about it for a while, I can get back to writing it – and we’ll post the next chapter in a few days.
But in addition, I leave tomorrow for a brief visit to Merry Olde England, where, amongst other things (and if the rumors are true), we shall be having some private screenings of There be Monsters! before we release the finished product on an unsuspecting public.