Websites and Blogs
Angela Gonzalez is of Koyukon Athabascan heritage, a wife and a mother of two. She is from Huslia, but lives in Anchorage and works in the PR/communications field. She enjoys sharing photos and stories of life in Alaska, with a focus on Alaska Native culture.
The Athabascan Woman Blog is about Athabascan culture and Alaska Native topics. Stories of growing up in fish camp and life in the village and city are often shared. She also highlights Alaska Native people doing great things. Occasionally, a guest author shares a story, poem or video
Our Third Thirds
Barbara Brown blog about life in the Third Third: empty nest, retirement, de-cluttering, adventures, crashes, New Things, all with art and humor.
Cinthia Ritchie writes and runs mountains in Anchorage, Alaska. She’s a former journalist, two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, recipient of two Rasmuson Foundation Awards, a Connie Boochever Fellowship and residencies at Hedgebrook, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts and Hidden River Arts.
South Anchorage Farmer’s Market
The mission of the South Anchorage Farmers Market (SAFM) is to provide Anchorage with fresh, locally grown products and to provide farmers with an outlet to sell their farm products. By bringing people together for a farmers market, we have a tremendous opportunity to educate the consumer and enlist their support in the issues facing farmers today. The Market has been established for the benefit of the community, the vendor, and the consumer alike.
What Do I Know
Blog on how we know through coverage of anything that catches my eye from Alaska, politics, birds, media, people, to theater and film.
Writer and Editor in Durham, North Carolina
Writer, editor, musician based in Durham, NC. Co-founder of the web magazine Guernica and current regular contributor and editor at Open Culture. Ph.D. in English from Fordham University. Singer/guitarist/songwriter at Barren Graves.