MAGGIE MARTIN writes about empowering kids to be enthusiastic readers and skilled writers at thelanguageartscoach.com. She frequently stays up way too late reading, but she rarely regrets it.
NANETTE JULA is a recovering introvert. She enjoys knitting and doing yoga near her friends, and happily tolerates company—as long as they use inside voices. She loves adventuring, hiking and camping with just about anyone, but prefers to read alone.
BEVERLY BURGESS is a Homeschool Coach, Blogger, Inspirational speaker, and author of Out of the Box Learning~Empowering YOU On Your Homeschool Journey.
She lives in Rhode Island with her husband and three children.
CARRIE POMEROY lives in St. Paul, Minnesota with her husband and two children. A passionate reader, writer, and movie buff, she loves the way homeschooling has expanded her ideas about what real learning is and how it happens.
MOLLY DUNHAM lives on the edge of a wild river canyon in the foothills of Northern California with her family. She enjoys hiking with friends, lifting heavy weights, and paddle boarding in the dark. But mostly she's a home-loving word nerd, happiest among works of creative non-fiction, spiral bound notebooks, and sharpened yellow pencils.
CATE OLSON is a former political hack and freelance writer turned homeschool mom. She lives with her husband and their four kids in Milwaukee.
IDZIE DESMARAIS is a grown unschooler, cook, writer, feminist, and life learning advocate. She’s the author of the popular unschooling blog I’m Unschooled. Yes, I Can Write., and her articles have appeared in Life Learning Magazine, Home Education Magazine, and Our Schools/Our Selves, among others. She’s also spoken at home education conferences across North America, including the Rethinking Everything Conference and the Toronto Unschooling Conference. When not busy writing (or procrastinating about writing), Idzie loves to make lots of tasty food, and has done so both professionally and in her own kitchen. She also loves genre TV shows, fantasy novels, going on road trips with friends, and cuddling with her dog and cats. Idzie lives with her family, furry and otherwise, in Montreal, Quebec.
TRACY MILLION SIMMONS s somehow never got around to sending her children to school. She now lives and learns with three unschooled teens, two dogs, a cat and her dear hubby in the middle of Kansas where she holds a part-time job as a farmers’ market manager and pursues her lifelong dream of publishing fiction for fun and profit. You can view Tracy’s author page at www.TracyMillionSimmons.com and she occasionally writes more about unschooling at her blogger site, Living and Learning in Oz.
SHAWNE TAYLOR is a professional writer, editor, and proofreader. She likes books, games, movies, good TV shows, gardening, manga/anime, naps, family time at home, and most things food related. She is mom to two boys, and has been homeschooling for nearly 18 years.
AMY SHARONY is the founder and editor-in-chief of home | school | life magazine. She's a pretty nice person until someone starts pluralizing things with apostrophes, but then all bets are off.
SUZANNE REZELMAN is home | school | life magazine’s Book Nerd. Subscribe to home/school/life to read her brilliant book recommendations and literary musings every issue. Your library list will thank you.
LISA HASSAN SCOTT is a Yoga teacher, breastfeeding counsellor and freelance writer who home educates her children in Wales, UK. She blogs at lisahassanscott.co.uk, and she’s a regular contributor to the home | school| life blog.
REBECCA PICKENS is home/school/life’s Curriculum Junkie in the magazine and online. She writes for several publications and also blogs at www.steampoweredclassroom.com.
SHELLI BOND PABIS is home | school | life magazine’s senior editor. She writes about her family’s homeschooling journey at www.mamaofletters.com.
AMY HOOD is passionate about providing open-ended, process- oriented art experiences to children and adults. she publishes Art Together, an e- zine designed to encourage children and adults to explore art side by side. Find out more at amyhoodarts.com.