Genre(s): Creative Nonfiction, Journalism
Job(s): Museum Communications
Favorite Places in Alaska: Strolling along the seasonally vibrant Chena River, where I've come to value both the urban perspective and the wild nature of my city.
Bio: One of Theresa Bakker's first assignments was distributing sound from the annual groundhog festival in Punxsutawney, PA. Now she writes stories about weather-forecasting marmots for the University of Alaska Museum of the North, where she is the Communication Director. Bakker has worked at radio stations across Alaska and was the longtime producer/host of the award-winning morning program Alaska Edition on KUAC. She is a freelance magazine writer, newspaper columnist and radio producer.
Bakker finished her creative writing MFA in 2010 at the Rainer Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. She is a published essayist who is working on a memoir about spiritual entropy and the connections between her bi-latitudinal geographies of origin.
Availability: Please contact me for readings, classes, editorial services, workshops, lectures, manuscript consultation
Audience: I work with any audience.
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Listing last updated: February, 2011