- www.vastorytelling.org – homepage for the Virginia Storytelling Alliance, Virginia’s Network for Storytelling Arts
- www.storyteller.net – Sean Buvala’s comprehensive site for tellers and those who seek tellers.
- www.speakeasydc.com – SpeakeasyDC is a program of Washington Storytellers Theatre which is funded in part by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Contact us at email@example.com or call 240-888-9751.
- www.fairfaxarts.org – Comprehensive arts calendar for the Fairfax, Virginia area. Storytelling, dance, music, etc.
- www.storynet.org – Homepage for the National Storytelling Network, many links from here.
- www.story-lovers.com – This is a great source for stories. It has a huge themed list, maybe thousands of story titles, and many full text stories. It is a site that sells story-related stationary.Where to find the list “SOS Saving Our Stories,” scroll half way down the fist page to the peach colored box. Jackie Baldwin, whose page it is, also offers free web pages for tellers and will post business cards and brochures.
- www.storyconnection.net – Dianne de Las Casas’ excellent site with wonderful articles to help the professional teller and comprehensive links to tellers and organizations – chock full of ideas.
- www.potomaccelticfest.org – Homepage for the Potomac Celtic Festival in Leesburg Virginia
- www.utyx.com/folklore/ – Folklore Resources, folklore related news, books and web resources
- www.lindagoodmanstoryteller.blogspot.com Linda Goodman is a superb storyteller and published playwright, a lady of great humor and drama – you will learn much here!