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on September 21, 2007 at 2:25:54 pm

Welcome Story Field participants! This is your wiki. This is our wiki. It will be what we make of it, so come and write and read and reshape it as you are called to. The Story Field Conference ("Invoking a New World through Story", August 26-31, 2007) was a pioneering interdisciplinary gathering of storytellers, artists and experts. We are now in the ongoing process of harvesting what we learned and created at the conference, and taking it out into the world. There are some Session Notes and photos here now, and there will be audio, video and much more soon!


What's New?




You can edit the pages by clicking the "Edit page" link at the top or bottom of any page. For human help with the wiki or any other computer-related issues, ask someone on the Tech Team. If you were at the conference, you should have gotten an e-mail recently with the wiki password. If you were not at the conference, please bear with us as we figure out how to invite more people into our network/community.


More photos: here (Flickr) or here (.Mac)



Ongoing Resources:



At the conference, there was a living statement of our work / play on the wall.


Post-conference reflections are now online (see sidebar).




Info about PBwiki




Old front page (from when the conference organizing team was using the wiki)


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