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Welcome to the Story Field Wiki, the ever-evolving online communication tool for the participants of the first annual Story Field Conference – a pioneering interdisciplinary gathering of storytellers, artists, and experts – and the projects and community that continue to spring from it.

 

This wiki, like all wikis, is expandable and editable by anyone. 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.


 

You can edit the pages by clicking the "Edit page" link at the top or bottom of any page. For help with the wiki or any other computer-related issues, see the FAQ Help pages or ask someone on the Tech Team.

 

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



What's New?

 

Telling the Story of the Story Field Conference

 

Resources:

 

 

From the conference, there is a living statement of our work / play.

 


 

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

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