It is how we all connect – that is the most important thing to me.
Kimberly graduated from the University of Oregon with a master’s degree in literary nonfiction. She earned a bachelor’s degree at Middlebury College in Vermont – enduring eyelash-freezing winters studying history, anthropology, and African studies.
Following Middlebury, Kimberly served as a news assistant and business reporter for The Bulletin newspaper in Bend, Oregon. After three years at the paper, she moved to Maui.
Kimberly has published stories about craft beer, love, travel, scuba diving, and Central Oregon in various newspapers, online, and print magazines (please see Clips and Works).
She now finds home, once more, in the shadows of the Cascade Mountains, writing and teaching. You might find her strolling on a trail or drinking a good beer or looking into the sky. Please say hi – this is where we all come together.