Arctic Cliffhangers is the Alaska Chapter of Sisters in Crime, an international organization with 48 chapters worldwide dedicated to the professional development and advancement of women crime writers. Its mission is to advance education and literacy in Anchorage and across the state of Alaska by the encouragement, facilitation, and promotion of literature and the arts, with an emphasis on the reading and writing of crime fiction written by women. Visit them at www.arcticcliffhangers.org.
is a nonprofit scholarly publisher and distributor of print and electronic books about Alaska and the circumpolar regions. UA Press publications cover an expanding range of subjects, including politics and history, Native languages and cultures, science and natural history, biography and memoir, poetry, fiction and anthologies, and original translations. UA Press also serves as a distributor for many entities within the University of Alaska System and various independent publishers. UA Press books reach a global audience through sales and distribution provided by the University of Chicago Press. Visit them at www.alaska.edu/uapress.
Alaska Book Week Presents: The Matanuska Colony Barns by Helen Hegener
While we are still working on the scheduling and content of our YouTube interviews this summer, we would like to also invite Alaskan authors to share media about their past and/or current projects. This week, we are proud to showcase a YouTube video put together by Northern Light Media for Helen Hegener's book, The Matanuska Colony Barns.
There are more exciting developments on the way for Alaska Book Week. Please check back here and on our Facebook page throughout the summer. If you would like to participate in Alaska Book Week, please fill out the participation form via the ABW logo in the sidebar. Thank you for your support!