Page Lambert , Senior Associate with the Children & Nature Network and International League of Conservation Writers Fellow, has been guiding and mentoring women who want to reconnect with nature for 17 years, leading creative outdoor writing adventures and often working in partnership with organizations such as The Women's Wilderness Institute, the Grand Canyon Field Institute, and the Aspen Writers' Foundation. Her River Writing Journeys for Women were hailed by Oprah's O Magazine as "One of six great all-girl getaways of 2006." She has taught over 150 workshops around the country.
Her memoir In Search of Kinship was a Rocky Mountain bestseller and her novel Shifting Stars a finalist for the Mountains and Plains Book Award. She has published essays, poetry, and fiction in Writing Down the River: Into the Heart of Grand Canyon (winner Willa Cather Award), Homeland: Ranching and a West that Works (winner Colorado Book Award for Best Anthology); Ranching West of the 100th Meridian; Sojourns; Deep West: A Literary Tour of Wyoming; Heart Shots: Women Write about Hunting; The Stories that Shape Us: Contemporary Women Write about the West, Chicken Soup for the Soul books; Christian Science Monitor; Parabola: Magazine of Myth and Tradition; The Denver Post; Bugle; Women's World; IM Cowgirl; and Reader's Digest.
Recipient of Literary Fellowships from the Wyoming Arts Council in poetry and prose, and a Fellow at the Jentel Artist Residency Program in Wyoming (Winter 2003), she is a founding member of Women Writing the West, a founding member of the northeastern chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, a board member of the historic archeological site and the Vore Buffalo Jump Foundation.
For information on her books, retreats, coaching and editing services, go to http://www.pagelambert.com/. Check out her blog at http://www.pagelambert.blogspot.com/.
Pearl S. Buck, John Steinbeck, A.B. Guthrie, Barbara Kingsolver, Terry Tempest Williams, Barry Lopez, Teresa Jordan, Jack London, Rick Bass, Leif Enger, the list goes on and on....
Lead article on journaling in Sojourns Magazine. Works-in-progress include narrative nonfiction projects SWEETWATER: A MOUNTAIN CABIN, A LIFE UNFOLDING. Novels-in-progress include ALL THE WATER YET TO COME and THE EXQUISITE PASSION. Poetry-in-progress includes the collection ANIMAL HEART.
Fulcrum Publishing, Tor/Forge Books
Children and Nature Network
American Indian College Fund
The Quivira Coalition
Center for Whole Communities
A Room of Her Own...
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