Best Practices for Unitarian Universalist Blogging
In May of 2008, the Unitarian Universalist Blogging Resources Project surveyed leading Unitarian Universalist (UU) bloggers for their stories, insights and advice on blogging. The bloggers featured in the Best Practices for UU Blogging report (PDF, 12 pages) write prominent blogs that focus on and promote Unitarian Universalism.
The following bloggers contributed to this report:
- Peter Bowden of "UUPlanet.tv"
- Rev. James Ford of "Monkey Mind"
- Rev. Dan Harper of "Yet Another Unitarian Universalist"
- Rev. Kit Ketcham of "Ms. Kitty's Saloon and Road Show"
- Anna Belle Leiserson of "First Unitarian Universalist of Nashville Events Blog"
- Terri Pahucki of "UU Intersections"
- David Pyle of "Celestial Lands"
- Tina Simson of "Wellspring"
- Jeff Wilson of "Transient and Permanent"
We are eager to share insights and advice from additional Unitarian Universalist bloggers. If your blog focuses on and promotes Unitarian Universalism, please consider posting your own answers to the survey questions on your blog and then emailing pw_specialist @ uua.org with the URL of your completed survey. Links to completed surveys will be listed on this page.
The following bloggers posted completed surveys on their blogs in 2008:
- Jamie Goodwin of "Druuid"
- Rev. Fred L. Hammond of "A Unitarian Universalist Minister in the South"
- Kelly Kilmer Hall of "Seeking Divinity"
- Kari Kopnick of "Chalice Spark"
- Rev. Cynthia Landrum of "Rev. Cyn"
- Marjorie Loring of "Service and Social Justice Committee Blog" (at the River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation)
- Rev. Phil Lund of "Phil's Little Blog on the Prairie"
- Steven R. of "A Southern 'Universalist Church' History"
- Shawna Thompson of "First Unitarian Church of Omaha Social Justice Blog."
The following bloggers posted completed surveys on their blogs in 2010:
- Anonymous of "Nagoonberry"
- Catharine Clarenbach of “Storms and Reflections”
- Doug Davidoff of "MLflash"
- Matt Kinsi of “Spirituality and Sunflowers”
- Jeff Liebmann of “uujeff's muse kennel and pizzatorium”
- Sarah MacLeod of “Finding My Ground”
- Lizard Eater of "The Journey"
- Masasa of “Called”
- Paul Oakley of “Inner Light, Radiant Life”
For more information contact pw_specialist @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Sunday, June 19, 2011.