Jeff Blumenfeld

Boulder resident Jeff Blumenfeld is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and a Fellow of The Explorers Club (explorers.org) based in New York, where he serves… Continue reading Jeff Blumenfeld

Linnea Tanner

Linnea Tanner weaves Celtic tales of love, magic, adventure, betrayal, and intrigue into historical fiction set in Ancient Rome and Britannia. Since childhood, she has passionately read about ancient civilizations and mythology which held women in higher esteem. Of particular interest are the enigmatic Celts who were reputed as fierce warriors and mystical Druids. Depending on the time of day and season of the year, … Continue reading Linnea Tanner

Rivvy Neshama

Rivvy Neshama is a writer, editor, and community organizer whose award-winning book, Recipes for a Sacred Life: True Stories and a Few Miracles, draws from many sources: Eastern and Western religions, Native traditions, Sufis and shamans — and her mom. She holds degrees in philosophy, comparative literature, social work, and education, and has put that varied education to use as a teacher and social worker in Harlem, … Continue reading Rivvy Neshama

Juliet Wittman

Juliet Wittman grew up in London and has lived in the United States through much of her adult life. An investigative reporter, theatre critic, and writing instructor at the University of Colorado, she taught writing classes on the topic of food for several years. Much of her thinking on the centrality of food to our lives and the way it shapes thought and culture was … Continue reading Juliet Wittman

Ellen Korman Mains

Ellen Korman Mains studied with the late Tibetan Buddhist meditation master, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and has taught meditation and led retreats in North America and Europe for over three decades. A former instructor of the Japanese art of Kyudo (Zen Archery) at Naropa University, she has long explored the universality of spiritual principles and its many expressions. As a certified Focusing Guide, she also helps … Continue reading Ellen Korman Mains

Juli Rew

While a science and technical writer and editor at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, in Boulder, Colorado, Juliana Rew won more than a dozen technical writing competitions. She is convinced by the scientific evidence for global warming. Prior to NCAR, she served as a staff editor for the Geological Society of America. She’s a Colorado native with family roots in West Virginia and Kentucky. In addition to being an author … Continue reading Juli Rew

J.v.L. Bell

Author J.v.L. Bell is a Colorado native who grew up climbing fourteeners, exploring old ghost towns, and enjoying stories from Colorado’s vibrant past. Her first novel, The Lucky Hat Mine, was published in October 2016 by The Hansen Publishing Group. The Lucky Hat Mine is an engaging historical mystery set in 1863, Idaho Springs, about a southern belle who answers a wife-wanted ad and travels to the Colorado … Continue reading J.v.L. Bell