Chronicler

The Chronicler publishes a newsletter

William Blackfox Award winners announced

TH Lady Ysabeau Tiercelin, Chronicler for the Society for Creative Anachronism, has announced the Annual William Blackfox Awards for A.S. XLVI. The Blackfox Awards recognized excellence in the field of newsletter production, writing and illustration.

Social media use in newsletters

The Society Chronicler, Countess Honor of Restormel, has announced the current policy on the use of spcial media webpages in newsletters.

April 2012 Kingdom Newsletters are available

The Member Services Office at SCA corporate headquarters announces the online availability of April 2012 kingdom newsletters.

Ex Mentis Saxonicum Released

Ex Mentis Saxonicum, 140 pages of parables, allegories, and hilarious research tidbits derived from the popular Ansteorran newsletter column Ex Tempore by Robert G. Ferrell (Master Cynric of Bedwyn), is now available in paperback from Savernake Press.

SCA Electronic Newsletter Website Online

Leslie Luther-Fulton, Executive Assistant to the Board of Directors, posted an announcement frm the Society Publications Manager that the electronic newsletter facility is now online.

Applicants sought for position of Compleat Anachronist Art Director

The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is seeking candidates for the position of Compleat Anachronist Art Director. The Compleat Anachronist is a monograph series, published four times a year, with each 56- to 60-page issue focusing on one topic.

SCA corporate announcement on newsletter subscription rates

Leslie Luther-Fulton, Executive Assistant to the Board of Directors, has published an announcement on behalf of the Board concerning subscription rates for kingdom newsletters.

E-Newsletters: FAQs Updated and Optional Steps to Take to Discontinue Your Paper Newsletter

The Board of Directors of the Society for Creative Anachronism offers information, and  has created a FAQ to address questions about electronic issues of kingdom newsletters.

The William Blackfox Awards - A.S. 45

Society Chronicler, Countess Honor of Restormel , has announced the winners of the A.S. 45 William Blackfox Awards. The awards are given for excellence in the production of SCA newsletters.

Optional Steps to Take to Discontinue Your Paper Newsletter

Leslie Luther-Fulton, Executive Assistant to the SCA Board of Directors, has issued a memo concerning members' option of discontinuing paper copies of their kingdom newsletters starting March 2012.

Board of Directors announcement concerning electronic newsletters

Leslie Luther-Fulton, Executive Assistant to the SCA Inc. Board of Directors, has published an informational message about the new policy on electronic newsletters.

SCA logo artwork available online

Thanks to the efforts of THL Gregor MacDonald and Mistress Jessa d’Avondale, various sizes of the SCA logo are now on-line for use by SCA newsletters and websites.

SCA Archivist seeks historical material

Baroness Jocosa d'Auxerre, Chronicler of the Kingdom of Meridies, reports that Society Archivist, Master Aldred von Lechsend aus Froschheim, is seeking historical material for inclusion in the Archive.

FAQ on E-Newsletters

The SCA Board of Directors have released a Frequently Asked Questions list regarding upcoming changes in kingdom newsletters.

Clarification on newsletter publication

Countess Honor of Restormel, Chronicler for the Society for Creative Anachronism, offers a brief clarification regarding electronic vs paper newsletters.

Gulf Wars Tapestry to debut at 2011 War

Mistress Daphne of Colchester reports that she plans to publish the Gulf Wars Tapestry, the first daily newspaper at Gleann Abhann's signature event, beginning in 2011.

SCA corporate announcement on newsletter production stipends

Leslie Luther-Fulton, Executive Assistant to the Board of Directors, has posted an announcment about reimbursement to Kingdoms for newsletter production.

Help Wanted - Tournaments Illuminated Editor and Art Director

The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is seeking candidates for the positions of Tournaments Illuminated Editor and Art Director. The current officer steps down in April, 2011, and in order to ensure a smooth transition, applications for the positions are being accepted now for training to begin in January, 2011.

SCA Inc.: Webminister Job Description Revision

Thomas W. Hughes, Interim President for the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., has announced a change in the job description for the Society Webminister.

Blackfox winners announced

Herr Otto von Schwyz, Society Chronicler, has announced the winners of the William Blackfox Awards for A.S. XLIV. The awards are given for excellence in chroniclering, writing and the creation of newsletters.

Position Available: Society Chronicler

The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is seeking candidates for the position of Society Chronicler. The current Society Chronicler’s warrant ends in August 2010. In order to ensure a smooth transition, applications for the position of Society Chronicler are now being accepted.

Society Webminister's Handbook online

Lady Finnseach de Locheil, Middle Kingdom Webminister, reports that the Society Webminister's Handbook is now available online in PDF format.

2009 William Blackfox Awards announced

Herr Otto von Schwyz, SCA Society Chronicler, has announced the winners of the 2009 William Blackfox Awards, honors given annually for excellence in newsletter content and design.

Position Opening Soon: Compleat Anachronist Editor

The Society for Creative Anachronism Inc. is accepting applications for the position of Editor for The Compleat Anachronist. The Compleat Anachronist is a journal published four times a year. Each issue is approximately 60 pages long and focuses on a single topic relevant to the time period 600 C.E. to 1600 C.E.

William Blackfox Website Awards announced

Don Thomas Dudley, Society Webminister, has announced the winners of the William Blackfox Awards for Webminsters for A.S. 43.

SCA Board Announcement: Web Minister Office Change

Patrick Anderson, President of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., has announced a change to Corpora separating the Web minister’s office from the Chronicler’s office.

William Blackfox Awards - A.S. 42 announced

Herr Otto von Schwyz, Society Chronicler, has announced the winners of the A.S. 42 (2008) William Blackfox Awards. These awards are given for excellence in the fields of newsletter publication.

Midrealm June newsletters to be re-mailed

Baroness Katarina Peregrine, Middle Kingdom Chronicler, has announced that, due to delivery issues with the United States Postal Service, first-class copies of the June issue of the Pale, the newsletter of the Middle Kingdom, will be re-mailed.

Position Opening - Society Copyright Deputy

Society Chronicler is currently accepting applications for the position of Society Copyright Deputy. This is an unpaid position normally requiring less than 5 hours per week.

Master William Blackfox Award Winners for AS 41

Outgoing Society Chronicler Magistra Nicolaa de Bracton has announced the Master William Blackfox Award winners for AS 41.