Ned Rozell

49 Writers Weekly Round-up

It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to convey our thanks at last night’s volunteer appreciation event to the amazing 49 Writers volunteers who together donated more than 1,750 hours to the organization in the last 12 months. If you get the chance, do thank them personally for their contribution—their dedicated assistance means we

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Calling Nonfiction Writers: A Guest Post by Ned Rozell

Meet Ned Rozell, author of four books, most recently Finding Mars, a biography of Kenji Yoshikawa, and most famously Walking my Dog, Jane, a story about his hike along the trans-Alaska pipeline with his chocolate Lab. He has also written more than 700 newspaper columns about science, natural history and adventuring in Alaska. Fairbanks writers, take note:  Ned’s course

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49 Writers weekly round-up

Whether you’re a Fairbanks author or visiting Fairbanks for the ASLA conference, we’d love to have you join us for another 49 Writers no-host face-to-face this Saturday, October 17 at 9 p.m. at the Westmark’s Red Lantern lounge. An RSVP would be great (, but if you don’t get around to it, feel free to

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