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Running and hiking paths, dating, Queen Elizabeth, historic fashions, Che Guevara, and Ulysses Grant are one of the subjects of the eighteen nonfiction novels of Kate Havelin. The longtime freelance author and TV producer is exploring the Complicated Relationship with Immigrants of America and immigrants for what may be her next book, In the Shadow of Liberty: Ellis Island.
Her Minnesota Running Collars: Dirt, Gravel, Rocks & Roots won the Midwest Independent Publishers Association Greatest Sport, Travel, Recreation Book. Greatest Hikes of the Twin Cities has been the finalist for its Midwest Book Awards Best Sports, Travel Book. The Amelia Bloomer Project picked her Victoria Woodhull: Fearless Feminist as a Recommended Book.
When she is not writing, Havelin spends her time traveling, studying, volunteering, and becoming active. See all Kate Havelin products
Lisa M. Rose
Lisa M. Rose is an herbalist, forager, urban farmer, also author. Having a history in anthropology and also a specialist focus on public wellbeing, she has collected her farming, food, and vegetation knowledge from a lot of people and places across a really delicious journey.
Beyond the Great Lakes, Lisa’s interest in ethnobotany and herbal medication has taken her throughout america and to the Yucatan, mainland Mexico, Nicaragua, and Brazil to study plants, individuals, wellness, and their connection to place. When she is not in her kitchen or gardens, Lisa are available from woods and the fields, resulting in flea plant walks and teaching courses on edible and medicinal wild plants. She forages for her own family, herbal apothecary, and community herbalism practice with her favored harvesting companion—Rosie, her dog.
Cary J. Griffith
I'm an Iowa boy at heart; born and raised the Miami Beach of Iowa, in Cedar Rapids. I attended Garfield, Erskine, Franklin, Washington, University of Utah, University of Iowa (B.A. English), University of Minnesota (M.A. Library Science).
My sophomore year in college I read Hemingway's short story "Big Two-Hearted River" and discovered it critically seismic. I have been writing approximately 1-2 hours per day ever since; when existence disallows, more when time allows.
I have always had a daytime job.
If it takes 10,000 hours of training to become a specialist (Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers) which Rubicon was crossed sometime in 1987.
Married, 1976. Two sons: Noah Alexander along with Nicholas Tristan. Divorced, 1989. Married, 2002: Anna Marie McCourt, stepdaughter Jessica Ashley McCourt. See all Cary J. Griffith products