Elisabeth Grace is a semi-retired Clinical Social Worker, writer, birder and gardener who has lived in the United States since 1972, but who has deep roots in England and Scotland. She now shares her home in Columbia County with Cole, a Welsh Corgi whom she trained as a therapy dog, and Molly, a polite, blue-eyed cat.
Steve Lewis is a member of the Sarah Lawrence Writing Institute faculty and freelance writer. He has been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Spirituality and Health, and a biblically long list of parenting magazines and books (7 kids, 16 grandchildren). He is also a contributing writer for Talking Writing Magazine.
Carol Rudin Hegeman now runs Hegeman Consulting which provides grant writing services, grant writing training and training with a non-exclusive focus on elder care. She was Director of Research at the Foundation for Long Term Care in Albany for more than 30 years and lives in Columbia County.
Julie Evans lives in Woodstock where she spends most of her time trying to figure things out. She is a writer, personal mentor, host of the television program Just Say So and an adjunct instructor for Empire State College. She has just completed her memoir entitled Joy Road.