ABSTRACT

This chapter covers a process of defining what you know and selecting your intended audiences. Activities guide individuals and groups through processes of thinking about different audiences for stories and developing a plan to reach them. The chapter also covers questions about the implications of storytelling with and to different audiences. Who can speak for whom? What will you consider when telling stories in the world? How will you work together to create and realize a plan? What more do you need to know or learn to enhance your storytelling? The chapter ends with activities for storytelling together.