In 2010 TellmeOmuse launched two educational programs: Tell me ODYSSEUS, a teaching program for Homer’s Odyssey designed to make Homer’s famous epic more accessible; and Chief Executive ODYSSEUS, a writing, public speaking, and performance program.
Tell me ODYSSEUS and Chief Executive ODYSSEUS use the 30 Stories of Homer’s Odyssey and the 60 People Places, and Potions, introduced by TellmeOmuse in 2007 in the Memory, Definitions, and Storytelling Games. The 30 Stories and 60 People, Places, and Potions are comprehensive, yet easy-to-use, teaching tools for teachers and students as they make their way through the entire 24 books and 12,000 lines of Homer’s famous epic.
TellmeOmuse is based in New York City.
Temple of Apollo, Delphi - June 2009
Joy Marie Sever
September 2010 marked the beginning of my tenth year reading Homer. And as much as Homer can change lives, it’s also true that reading Homer reveals what hasn’t changed. Three thousand years later – Homer is as relevant as ever as a text on the complexities of the human condition.