Elizabeth Miller is an independent journalist based in Santa Fe. She has written about environmental issues for Backpacker, Outside, High Country News, and Undark, among others. Her work has won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Association of Alternative Newsmedia. More at http://www.elizabethmiller.work and the sparsely used Twitter account @WroteElizabeth.
Casey Callison is receiving his MFA in writing from Lindenwood University, and has served as an editorial assistant for The Lindenwood Review. He has published stories on Short Fiction Break and in The Readers and Writers' Magazine. Casey lives in southwest Missouri with his wife, son and dog. Find Casey on Twitter @CaseyCallison or on Instagram @casey_callison.
Leif Pettersen is a freelance writer, author, humorist, world traveler, and award-winning travel & tourism marketing professional from Minneapolis, Minn. He has traveled through 56 countries and lived in Spain, Romania, and Italy. His latest book, THROWING UP: NOTES FROM 35 YEARS OF JUGGLING, is available on Amazon along with his travel memoir BACKPACKING WITH DRACULA. He blogs about travel at Killing Batteries.
Kim Steutermann Rogers lives on the Hawaiian Island of Kauai. She is a freelance writer covering the science and nature of endemic and endangered species, climate change, the occasional story about Mark Twain. Read more of Kim's writing at kimsrogers.com and see her albatross photography at albatographer.com.
Annemarie is a product lead at the Wall Street Journal, and previously a strategist at Vox Media and The Huffington Post. In all her free time, she writes about Italian American heritage and mid-century culture, and eats a lot of pasta.
Adam Karlin is an author, journalist, and travel writer based in New Orleans. He has contributed to dozens of guidebooks for Lonely Planet. His writing has appeared in the BBC, NPR, Christian Science Monitor, Catapult, and multiple non-fiction anthologies, and he has been a writing fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts. Find Adam on Twitter, Instagram, or at walkonfine.com.
Zora O’Neill is the author of "All Strangers Are Kin: Adventures in Arabic and the Arab World," which won the Lowell Thomas Award for Best Travel Book in 2017. Zora's food and travel writing has appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Travel & Leisure, Perceptive Travel and more. Find Zora on Twitter or Instagram, or at zoraoneill.com.