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Remembering a Gracious Writer

March 24, 2015

By: Daniel Pryfogle

Tags: Get Into the Story

The writer Martha Whitmore Hickman died in January at her home in Los Altos, California. She reminded me of the Mississippi author Eudora Welty: small in stature but expansive in vision; a careful expositor; a believer in the grace of one's story.

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Conquering the Blank Page

March 24, 2015

By: Chelsea Richardson

Sometimes the hardest part of storytelling is just getting started.

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Stories that Count

March 21, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Have you ever watched a movie that was perfectly entertaining at the time but ultimately was forgettable? That happens with stories sometimes. Certain stories may be interesting enough, but they don’t stay with you, they that don’t make you think. They’re not stories that count.

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Tribute to a Storyteller

March 20, 2015

By: Daniel Pryfogle

Tags: Get Into the Story

On March 12 I had the privilege of paying tribute to a remarkable leader, colleague and friend. Our client ABHOW saluted Kay Kallander with a Kennedy Center Honors-like evening celebrating her 30 years of service in the senior living profession.

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Seniors and Technology: The Rest of the Story

March 12, 2015

By: Brice Smith

The assignment seemed simple: write a story about a new Web-based resident portal at Horizon House, a continuing care retirement community in Seattle.  

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What 400 Words Can't Cover

March 9, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

For some stories, the standard 400 words are not enough. But for most, when a story is told well, with the best parts  weaved throughout, 400 words is just the right amount.