[Ansteorra] Re: Help with Newsletter Article

Beth Ellis killian at awesomenet.net
Thu Mar 30 16:58:33 PST 2006


A bio of Dona Gwynno (Premier Dona in the SCA) would be excellent. 
Unfortunately we lost this wonderful lady to cancer five years ago, but 
interviews with Master Iolo, Mistress Gwynneth Glamorgan, and others will 
undoubtedly provide ample material about the life of this extraordinary 

> Greetings Ansteorra!
> I'm hoping the good gentles of this fair kingdom can lend me some impute.
> I"m currently the chronicler of our local newsletter and as many 
> chroniclers
> can attest, am finding it difficult to procure interesting articles to 
> print.
> Our group is going to base our fall event on a "Women of History" type 
> theme.
> These were powerful women who affected their local region and perhaps the
> world as well.  With this in mind, I thought it might be interesting to do 
> a
> series of informal interviews with the "Women of Ansteorra." This would 
> introduce
> our group members to the "movers & shakers" of our kingdom and perhaps 
> help
> give them a bit of insight on how these particular Ladies help shape our 
> game.
> My first series would concentrate on those ladies that embody all that is
> good and "right" in our Medieval world.    These are the Ladies we look up 
> to and
> admire...noble of bearing, beauteous, gracious, kind and generous.
> Everything we think a lady should be.  Try to think of a lady that you 
> would be proud
> to represent our kingdom regardless of were she goes.  I personally can 
> think
> of a couple right off the top of my head but would love to get impute from
> everyone.
> Thanks for your help.
> Octavia
> Chronicler of shire of Brad Leah
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