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Re: [mythsoc] Discussion Groups in So. Cal (and elsewhere)

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  • J. Kriss White
    Thanks for the info. I m not in southern California anymore. I m teaching middle school Social Studies in Crownpoint, NM, on the eastern edge of the Big
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 3, 2006
      Thanks for the info. I'm not in southern California anymore. I'm teaching
      middle school Social Studies in Crownpoint, NM, on the eastern edge of the
      Big (Navajo) Rez. I somehow doubt there'd be much interest out here. :-)

      At 05:07 PM 3/3/2006, you wrote:

      >... if you'd like to try to
      >start up another.

      J. Kriss White
    • Bonnie Callahan
      Hi David: I m working thu a backlog that piled up during an incommunicado spell my computer suffered. I sent a short E-mail to J. Kriss as soon as I got back
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 6, 2006
        Hi David:

        I'm working thu a backlog that piled up during an
        incommunicado spell my computer suffered. I sent
        a short E-mail to J. Kriss as soon as I got back
        online, shared my bit of data, same as yours

        For all of you who don't know, Glen has a WEBSITE!
        It's called "Inklings Focus" and his first completed
        section is all about foreign language translations of
        Narnia. Drop in, drop him a line.



        --- David Lenander <d-lena@...> wrote:

        > I was discussion group secretary for about 10 years,
        > before Matt
        > Winslow in Seattle (who just stepped down,
        > recently). he might know
        > more--I understand that Marion Van Loo is adding
        > this portfolio to
        > Membership, so she's the contact person for DGs,
        > now. But my
        > recollection is that both Cair Paravel and
        > Desolation were both
        > long-dormant or dead by the time I took over in the
        > mid-80s. There was
        > a different San Diego group for a time, and I think
        > that the main
        > contact person for that group (a more latter-day
        > "Lothlorien," but not
        > the one that had been active in LA, and the original
        > MythSoc group) is
        > still listed somewhere in the Society records as
        > potentially interested
        > in a San Diego revival (she and her group put on the
        > San Diego Mythcon
        > back in the 80s or early 90s). I think there had
        > been several
        > inquiries in the 80s and 90s from San Diego, too. I
        > don't know
        > anything about Desolation, but of course there's a
        > perfectly fine group
        > in the LA area, Mydgard, which has met pretty much
        > continuously, as far
        > as I know, since the Society started, back in '67 or
        > so. Also,
        > recently, some of the old members of ??Lothlorien,
        > version 1, or some
        > of the other LA groups have also met in some form of
        > reunions, with
        > talk of more regular meetings--I have that report
        > indirectly from a
        > member of the Society special interest group, Once
        > Upon a Time, an apa,
        > where one of those ancient LA group members still
        > contributes every
        > other month or so, and he mentioned the reunion
        > meetings that he's been
        > unable to attend because of conflicts. LA is so big
        > that there's
        > certainly room for more than one group--and there
        > are probably more
        > former discussion group members around than anywhere
        > else (so someone
        > or three might be lured back to a convenient or
        > amenable group).
        > For a time, Glen GoodKnight also ran a group, though
        > I'd guess that's
        > been defunct for many years, now. (I mean in later
        > years, 1980s or
        > 90s, long after he ran multiple groups
        > simultaneously, back in the
        > 60s). But he gafiated from the Society, and I'm not
        > sure what he's up
        > to, now. I think he also organized a few annual or
        > semi-annual
        > regional get-togethers, on the order of the Spring
        > Picnics or
        > whatever....
        > Bonnie Callahan often contributes here, she might be
        > a person who could
        > make suggestions for contacting people in the
        > Society or former Society
        > members who might be lured to a discussion, if you'd
        > like to try to
        > start up another. Certainly you could announce
        > things here, and I'm
        > sure that Ellie would list proposed or prospective
        > groups in
        > _Mythprint_. You could also look in _Mything
        > Persons_ for local
        > members, though unfortunately the current
        > organization is more
        > difficult to use for that purpose. (Perhaps Marion
        > could print out or
        > email you a list sorted by your nearby area or zip
        > codes. That's the
        > kind of thing I used to do--when I had access to the
        > database, back in
        > the days when Lynne Maudlin was Membership
        > secretary. Lynne's another
        > person in the LA area who might have some ideas
        > about people in your
        > area, if you're in southern CA). Good luck.
        > Oh, I have some ancient pages on the web devoted to
        > discussion group
        > organizing, which I haven't updated in many years:
        > http://www.tc.umn.edu/~d-lena/Hermits'Pool.html
        > I think you can find some of the things I used to
        > send out to people,
        > there.
        > On Mar 3, 2006, at 2:25 PM, mythsoc@yahoogroups.com
        > wrote:
        > > Message: 2
        > > Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2006 06:55:07 -0700
        > > From: "J. Kriss White"
        > <jkrissw@...>
        > > Subject: someone from the past
        > >
        > > I've just rejoined, after drifting away from
        > Mythopoeic in the
        > > mid-'80s,
        > > when my involvement in the SCA started getting
        > very time-intensive for
        > > quite a while. I'm hoping to go to Mythcon 37 in
        > Okalahoma. (I
        > > attended
        > > the Mythcons in '82 and '84 in southern
        > California.)
        > >
        > > Can anyone tell me what happened to the southern
        > California discussion
        > > groups Cair Paravel (San Diego) and The Desolation
        > of Smaug (L.A.)? I
        > > didn't see them listed on the web site.
        > David Lenander
        > d-lena@... or david_lenander@...
        > 2095 Hamline Ave. N.
        > Roseville, MN 55113
        > 651-292-8887 or 651-697-1807
        > http://www.umn.edu/~d-lena/RIVENDELL.html
        > The Mythopoeic Society website
        > http://www.mythsoc.org
        > Yahoo! Groups Links
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