Page Lambert is the author of the memoir In Search of Kinship (a Rocky Mountain bestseller), and the novel Shifting Stars (a Mountains and Plains Book Award finalist), an excerpt from her novel-in-progress All the Water Yet to Come received the 2015 ACC Writers Studio Literary Contest First Place Award for fiction. Lead feature in The Denver Post (September 2015), and on the cover of The Bloomsbury Review (July 2013), Lambert received the “Wise Woman Fellowship Award” from A Room of Her Own Foundation in 2013. That same year, her popular blog All Things Literary/All Things Natural received the Colorado Authors’ League “Best Blog of the Year Award.”
Lambert’s writing is widely anthologized, appearing in dozens of collections. Her short story “The Widow of Loreto” appeared in Huffington Post and her most recent poetry appears in the 2015 Santa Fe Literary Review, and in Open to Interpretation, Love + Lust, Summer 2014.
A writing coach and leader of creative adventures for 18 years, often working with organizations such as True Nature Journeys, the Grand Canyon Field Institute, and the Aspen Writers’ Foundation, Page’s “River Writing Journeys for Women” were hailed by Oprah’s O magazine in 2006 as “One of six great all-girl getaways of the year.” She’ll be co-leading the 9th annual “Literature & Landscape of the Horse Retreat” in June, 2016, the 19th annual “River Writing Journey for Women” in August, 2016, and the 4th “Peru: Weaving Words & Women Retreat” in October, 2016.
Lambert also designed and teaches “The Writing Life,” a graduate course for the University of Denver/University College’s Creative Writing MFA Program. Recipient of two Fellowships for Literary Excellence from the Wyoming Arts Council, and recipient of the 2009 Orlando Nonfiction Award from AROHO, she has conducted more than 250 workshops in the U.S. and British Columbia and speaks on a variety of writing, creative, and nature-related topics.
A founding member of Women Writing the West, Lambert serves as an adviser to the Rocky Mountain Land Library (featured in The New York Times, April 2015); to the Rural Lit R.A.L.L.Y (Buffalo State College, New York); and to the nonprofit Writing for Peace. She is a Fellow with the International League of Conservation Writers, a Senior Associate with the Children and Nature Network, Creative Consultant for the Clear Creek Land Conservancy, board member of the Vore Buffalo Jump Foundation, past board member of the Colorado Authors’ League, and founding member of the NE Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Lambert writes from her home in the mountains west of Denver, Colorado.