6.1 Earthquake was 27 Miles Deep
The magnitude 6.1 earthquake late in the evening on Sunday May 30 occurred about 100 km, or 60 miles, east of Talkeetna and was felt across much of mainland Alaska.
The Alaska Earthquake Center has an analysis on its website: https://earthquake.alaska.edu/m61-earthquake-well-known-process-interesting-location
Most people who experienced this earthquake were a considerable distance away. As a result, the shaking was mostly experienced as long rolling motions and not the sharp jolt experienced by people close to the epicenter. Though aftershocks are occurring and should continue, the location makes it unlikely that many of these will be felt, except by folks living quite close to the epicenter.