Aimee on Sanibel February 29

Aimee Kratts

Bibliography

Aimee in Sanibel


  • Choosing Understandable Folder Labels published in Intercom, The Magazine of the Society for Technical Communication, December 2004.

  • Oulu published in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword & Sorceress XXI anthology, August 2004.

  • Winter University Revisited (Why Teachers Teach) published in The Bull, the local SCA newsletter, March 2004.

  • Tech Comm Career Day Was a Great Success published in Capital Letter, the STC Washington, D.C. newsletter, May/June 2003.

  • Want to Create a Workshop? Some Advice from a Workshop Junkie published in Speculations Issue #49, October 2002.

  • One-in-Ten-Thousand published in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword & Sorceress XIX anthology, January 2002.

  • Cadillac Crew Christmas photos and article published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume xx, Number x, in January 2002.

  • Impressions of a First-Time Dogwood Volunteer published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume 30, Number 6, in June 2001.

  • The Vantage From Checkpoint Three (poem) published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume 30, Number 6, in June 2001.

  • How to Run a Successful International Teleconference published in Intercom, The Magazine of the Society for Technical Communication, May 2001.

  • Working With an Overseas Development Team presented and published in STC 47th Annual Conference Proceedings, May 2000.

  • Common Sense Hiking published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume 28, Number 8, in August 1999.

  • Cuddly Wildlife--I Don't Think So! published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume 28, Number 3, in March 1999.

  • 30th Anniversary of the National Trails System Act published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume 27, Number 10, in October 1998.

  • The Stonewall Brigade - Maintaining Mill Mountain Trail published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume 26, Number 5, in May 1998.

  • Cadillac Crew: The Tale of Brill Privy published in The Potomac Appalachian, Volume 26, Number 5, in May 1998.

  • Looking for God in Our Clean Cathedral published in The Potomac Review (a literary journal out of Maryland), in Summer 1998.

  • Call Me Sue published in Asimov’s Science Fiction, September 1997. Reviewed in the Locus, September 1997, by Mark R. Kelley.

  • From the Dirac Sea to the Dark Lady is an interview with award-winning writer and NASA scientist Geoffrey Landis. published in Interzone (a British SF magazine), June 1997.

  • Lost in the Corn published in Café Bellas Artes (a literary journal out of Texas) in Summer 1996.

  • Mama Yaga published in Daughters of Nyx magazine, Spring 1996.

  • Laurel Lake Laser published in 100 Wicked Little Witch Stories edited by Stefan Dziemianowicz, Robert Weinberg, & Martin Greenberg, Barnes & Noble Books, 1995.

  • Witch of the Kilghard Hills published in Leroni of Darkover Marion Zimmer Bradley and the Friends of Darkover, DAW, 1991.



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