Part Two – Leaping I wasn’t even through airport security when I began telling my first story. Heather had dropped me at Logan, gave me a kiss, and sped off. I had booked my travel and lodging and bought a brand new Google phone with directions and contacts and addresses. Suddenly there was Devi Lockwood,
Part Three – Crashing and Landing When you come off the plane and they have a sign with your name on it, you know you’ve made it. Storyteller Aideen McBride had a bright smile as well. She’d invited me to perform for the Dublin Yarnspinners, but we had got to spend some time wandering about
“I would recommend having Mark binder come and visit your school or library because he can really tell a story with expression. The sound effects were amazing. With no microphone, he had the entire audience hooked. Have him come!”
Here’s my annual Hanukkah Story an optimistic tale of Seasonal Affected Disorder in the village of Chelm—with a heartwarming conclusion by Mark Binder “I’m sick of Hanukkah,” Reb Cantor, the merchant of Chelm muttered. His wife, Shoshanna, looked up with surprise. “What’s wrong with it?” “Did I say that aloud?” Reb
“Our sincerest thanks to you—even with all the technology available to us, this was a digital trip the students don’t take every day! They said they felt if you were in the room.” —Pat Cronin, Librarian, Incarnation School, NYC “Today I had a wonderfully because we got to speak to you (and you got to speak
“Mark Binder had the audience in stitches at our Community Open House.” —National Yiddish Book Center At his seventh visit to the National Yiddish Book Center, author and storyteller Mark Binder shared work from “The Brothers Schlemiel”, “A Hanukkah Present”, “It ate my sister” and other stories exclusively for the warm autumn audience.