Dear Storyknife Community, As the year closes out and the daylight starts to increase, it gives those of us behind the scenes at Storyknife great pleasure to look back joyfully and look forward joyfully. We are so grateful to the 48 amazing women writers who were in residence at Storyknife in 2022. Our lives haveContinue reading “Looking forward joyfully. Looking behind joyfully.”
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Remembering 2022 on Giving Tuesday
As the end of the year starts to come into sight and we begin preparing for 2023, here’s a short video to remind us all of the amazing women writers who have been in residence at Storyknife in 2022. And while we’re reminding folks, we’ve $13,500 left to raise to meet our $50,000 challenge grant.Continue reading “Remembering 2022 on Giving Tuesday”
Spring Double Donation Drive!
Spring comes slowly to this part of Alaska, but we know that it’s coming; the snow is slumping and the mud is rising. Storyknife feels spring coming as we all come back to Eva’s House, check the cabins, plump up pillows, and stock the supplies that will keep the women at Storyknife well taken careContinue reading “Spring Double Donation Drive!”
Making a dream a reality
At first, Storyknife was Dana Stabenow’s dream. Now it is the dream of women writers from all over the United States and the world. We’ve just finished up our first season of full residencies and are working on adjudicating the applications for next year’s residencies. You can help provide this experience for other women writers.Continue reading “Making a dream a reality”
Share Your Story
Here we are, almost half-way through October. At Storyknife, that means first frost and lots of curious moose. 2020 hasn’t been the year any of us thought it would be. I thought that I’d be telling you of about all of the amazing writers who have been sitting at the desk in the Peggy CabinContinue reading “Share Your Story”
Hunkering Down at Storyknife
Autumn has rolled into Storyknife, complete with rain, fog, and brilliant fields of fireweed. If you’re in Alaska, fall and winter can mean a respite from the manic seasons of spring and summer. We’re done with the endless light, the fishing and gardening and berry picking, and starting to move into the preserving, freezing, andContinue reading “Hunkering Down at Storyknife”
How are you doing?
No really. How are you doing? If you are reading these newsletters, I am assuming that you are either a woman writer or someone who supports the work of women writers. In other words, I assume you are the kind of person who cares and pays attention to the world. A person who may inContinue reading “How are you doing?”