March 5, 2009–Editor shares pleasures, pains of anthologizing–Michael Engelhard

Editor shares pleasures, pains of anthologizing by Joan Tovsen At the Alaska Professional Communicators’ March 5 luncheon, speaker Michael Engelhard suggested his compulsion to assemble and edit anthologies might be a psychological disorder of his own creation – one he fondly calls “anthromania.” The latest symptom was Engelhard’s most recent publication, just released from the […]

Dec. 7, 2006–Bradfield & Broadsided Press–Elizabeth Bradfield

December 2006: Bradfield & Broadsided Press by Carolyn Rinehart Our December speaker, Elizabeth Bradfield, is an innovator, so it seems fitting that she is the first to have her talk digitally recorded. Jerami Marsh, a new student member from UAA who did the recording, checked the video and audio after the Dec. 7 luncheon and […]

Nov. 2, 2006–Every vote matters–Jean Craciun

Craciun says “Every vote matters” by Mariah Oxford Jean Craciun, sociologist and market researcher, took time away from her 8-day-old daughter to address Alaska Press Women at its November luncheon, just a few days before the election that had everyone talking. Craciun provided her insights into the race, as well as predictions for how she […]

May 4, 2006–Bestselling Author Shares Secrets to Self-Promotion–Marion Owen

Bestselling author shares secrets to self-promotion by Laurel Downing Bill Master gardener, photographer, entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author Marion Owen told those attending the Alaska Press Women luncheon on May 4 that they needed to beat their own drums to get the word out about their work. Born and raised on Puget Sound […]