Page Lambert, author of the memoir In Search of Kinship, and the historical novel Shifting Stars, is an advisor for the Rocky Mountain Land Library and a member of the International League of Conservation Writers. She has been writing about the western landscape and leading creative retreats for twenty-two years.
A founding member of Women Writing the West, her work has been nominated for two Pushcart Prizes. Her writing can be found inside monumental sculptures at the Denver Art Museum, online at Huffington Post, and inside the pages of dozens of anthologies. Recently published works include the essay “Not for Sale” (Langscape Magazine, 2018), “The Rural West” (The Light Shines from the West,Fulcrum Books, 2018), and “Deerstalking” (Memoir Magazine, Guns and People Issue, 2018).
Forthcoming works include essays and poems in WAVES: A Confluence of Women's Voices (Room of Her Own Foundation, 2019). A recipient of two Literary Fellowships from the Wyoming Arts Council, Page designs and teaches graduate writing courses for the University of Denver’s Professional Creative Writing Master’s Program. She writes the popular blog All Things Literary/All Things Natural from her mountain home west of Denver, Colorado.
Her upcoming adventures include the 2019 "Wyoming Literature & Landscape of the Horse Retreat," the 2019 Utah "River Writing & Sculpting Journey" on the Colorado River, the 2019 “Santa Fe & Taos Sojourn: Sacred Lands, Sacred Words, Sacred Art, and the 2020 "Peru: Weaving Words & Women" retreat through the Sacred Valley and the ruins of Machu Picchu.
“Page’s most recent blog post celebrates a Colorado River trip with Joy Harjo, the new U.S. Poet Laureate, and first Native American to be recognized in that post. https://pagelambert.blogspot.com/2019/06/on-river-with-joy-harjo-our-new-us-poet.html You’ll be inspired to write, to raft, to touch your lips to a flute and play duets with ravens (at least FI board chair, sid woods, sure is.)