Author Page Lambert has presented over a 200 seminars in the U.S. and British Columbia, speaking on diverse topics from writing to rediscovering core passions. For over fourteen years, she has been mentoring women who want to creatively reconnect with nature, leading custom retreats and outdoor adventures, often working in partnership with such organizations as the Women’s Wilderness Institute, the Grand Canyon Field Institute, and the Aspen Writer’s Foundation. In 2006, her River Writing Journeys for Women were hailed by Oprah’s O Magazine as “One of six great all-girl getaways of the year.”
Page loves coaching women, and helping them find their creative voices, and watching them fall back in love with themselves and with life. “Page is a horse whisperer for writers,” said Leigh Haber, editor of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, after her private retreat with Page. Recipient of the 2009 Orlando Nonfiction Award and two Literary Fellowships from the Wyoming Arts Council, Page is the author of the best-selling Rocky Mountain memoir In Search of Kinship, and the historical novel Shifting Stars. Page’s work appears in dozens of publications, including The Christian Science Monitor; the Chicken Soup for the Soul books; and The Writer Magazine.
Page writes from the mountains west of Denver. More at (contact info blocked), including a link to her blog All Things Natural. All Things Literary.