Debbie Morris: Doctor and college professor, Debbie lives in rural NC. Her hilarious “Not My Day” was in GP No. 112, and her disturbing “Trespassing” ran the last issue.
Trish Dolasinki: “A school teacher and principal for 30 years, I have seven beautiful grandchildren—and just graduated flora cum laude from my first organic gardening class!”
Audrey Medina: “I’m a freelance journalist in Placervile, CA. I love my garden, my chickens—and exploring new places!”
Harvey Silverman: A retired physician in Manchester, NH, Harvey wrote “Picking Corn” (GP No. 102), which still makes me laugh!
Sheila J. Petre: From Mercersburg, PA: “I revised this essay to the sound of a tractor running: Yes, Michael was making another garden.”
Mari Zipes Wallace: “I’m an ex-pat American living in southern England. We have a flourishing garden with fruits, vegetables, flowers, lawn, pond, and greenhouse.”
Julie V. Foley: A very avid gardener, Albrightsville, PA’s Julie had stories in GP Nos. 94, 101, 105, & 112.
Julene Cupp: Julene wrote this condo story when she lived in Silver Spring, MD. She now lives in Asheville, NC—where she has heard both Becky and me perform stories!
Linda Burgess: “At 7,200 feet in the mountains of Southern California, I might well be your highest contributor. Indeed, I’ve written a high-altitude garden book, One Mile Closer to Heaven.”
Marie C. Vogelei: From Severn, MD: “I recently retired, which gives me more time to fight the deer who want my garden and the mosquitoes who want my blood. Sweat and tears I give freely to my flowers.”