[Ansteorra] Help with Newsletter Article
hillaryrg at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 31 09:54:09 PST 2006
--- ansteorra-request at ansteorra.org wrote:
> Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 13:54:36 EST
> From: DAFPIG at aol.com
> Subject: [Ansteorra] Help with Newsletter Article
> To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org> 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
> Thanks for your help.
> Chronicler of shire of Brad Leah
You may wish to consider Mistress Clare RosMuire Saint John, who was the first scribal officer of
a young Ansteorran kingdom, in an office title called 'Sable Quill', that was later renamed to
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