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From the Desk of the DGCM: Who Do I Leave My Intellectual Property To?

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At DG©M we are honored by the growing number of authors who have inquired about and enrolled in our program. When I reflect upon our dramatists, I always think of Anne Hanley, who was one of the very first authors to enroll with us. I have often wondered what made Anne decide to trust her work and her legacy to a new company with (at the time) very little track record. In her own words. - 

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Anne Hanley

was named Alaska Writer Laureate 2002-2004, the only playwright to receive such an honor. Her play The Winter Bear, tells the story of an Athabascan teenager who is contemplating suicide when he is sentenced to cut wood for Koyukon Athabascan elder Sidney Huntington. You can learn more about Anne and The Winter Bear at