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Writer to Writer (Author Interviews): Gerald Hausman: Storytelling Tapestry

FCCJ series of full length video interviews on the topic of writing
Author Gerald Hausman
Title Storytelling Tapestry
Interviewer Susan Shaw
Producer Kathleen Clower
Director Mark Basse

Copyright 1996 Florida Community College at Jacksonville

Summary:

Gerald Hausman is a storyteller and author who focuses on Native American Studies. In this interview he discusses the challenging differences between the oral tradition of storytelling and writing. He also discusses his experiences working and collaborating with editors, co-authors and illustrators. Hausman also reads a selection from his work.

Episode #: 19

Keywords:

Oral Tradition

Children’s Author

Native American themes

Hausman, G. (1996). Interviewed by Susan Shaw [Video Recording]. Storytelling Tapestry, Writer to Writer. YouTube, Jacksonville, Florida.

Run time: 29 minutes