Judy's favorite web resources
Gulliver's Books Signing Event -http://www.shopgulliversbooks.com/event/book-signing-local-author-judy-ferguson
Remember Alaska - http://rememberalaska.com/adventures/alaska-life-ice-fishing-the-lake-we-know-about.html
The Anchorage Daily News
-- Look for Judy's stories about Last Frontier people in Alaska's
The Fairbanks Daily
News-Miner -- For ten years, Judy's stories were published in
Heartland, the weekend magazine section of the Golden Heart city's
Steve and Kathy Fields at
Alaskrafts® provide a great
selection of Alaska fur
and leather clothing items and
porcelain Alaska dolls.
If you are interested in Alaska's
great spring race across the wilderness, the Iditarod, you might enjoy
the Iditarod Store. The
store carries Judy's books, among others.
a list of Alaska authors, compiled by the Anchorage School District
Alaska's Little Chief is a story about a real
Alaska Indian Chief, Reverend Chief Dr. David Salmon, of Chalkyitsik
in Northeast Alaska. Chief Salmon has been an Episcopal priest for
many years. The story of the book and Chief Salmon is also in
one issue of the Council, a publication of the Tanana Chiefs
Conference, and is mentioned in the
Doyon newsletter for
November and December, 2005.
Good friends and neighbors operate
Rika's Roadhouse, an authentic, restored Alaska "roadhouse" on the banks
of the Tanana River not far from Judy and Reb's home.
You can find Judy's books on the
Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com
bookstore websites. In Alaska, they are also sold online by
Buck Nelson, and
Alaska Outdoors Bookstore.
If you are interested in Judy's
community, the Delta News Web
carries pictures, news and information about the Delta Junction / Big
Delta / Ft. Greely area.
ALSAP is an Alaskan historical web site with the goal of
documenting all lost downhill, cross
country and jump ski sites in Alaska.
Chris Batin recently wrote
a story about Alaska trappers, including Reb Ferguson,
Judy's husband, in Outdoor Life magazine.
Montenegrins in Alaska --
Montenegro website developer who writes about it -- in English.
Alaska's Sacred Ground Ministries added
a page to their website
recently about Judy's articles.