Caroline Ryan is the author of An Old Castle Standing on a Ford: One Yank’s Life in an Almost Peaceful Belfast (Eloquent Books), a nonfiction narrative about life in Belfast after the Troubles. She writes often about intercultural issues. She writes often for Pimsleur Approach, online retailers of language courses including the popular Learn to Speak Brazilian Portuguese CDs.
By Caroline Ryan on February 23, 2012
Storytelling of African folk tales has been a vital part of traditional African cultures for thousands of years. Though television has weakened its presence in some […]