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About Page

Author Page Lambert grew up in the Colorado mountains, where she fell in love with harebells, wild onions, and gangly ponderosas. In her teens, she courted the North Platte River, cottonwood trees, horses and frogs. She’s been “writing nature” since the mid-80s, when she moved to a small ranch in the Black Hills of Wyoming. A presenter of over 260 seminars, workshops, and conferences, in 2015 she designed and began teaching “The Writing Life,” a foundation course for the MLA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Denver’s University College.

 

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Creative River Journeys
for Women

On the Rivers and Canyons of the West

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Landscape of the Horse

A Wyoming Adventure for Men and Women

Weaving Words
& Women

A Peruvian Adventure

Featured Writing Workshop

Why me? Why Not Me?
Writers explore the random nature of life.
A One-Day Luncheon Seminar with Page Lambert
January 17, 2017   8:30 - 4:00

In Thornton Wilder's 1927 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Bridge of San Luis Rey, a Franciscan monk witnesses five people fall to their death when one of the finest bridges in all of Peru collapses. Brother Juniper spends the next six years trying to answer the question, "Why these five people?" During this one-day luncheon seminar, we'll explore the random events that form the tapestry of our lives. We'll look at the larger backdrop of world events, and explore how these give context to the personal. We'll explore life maps through the narrative of personal geography. We'll reveal patterns woven into the seemingly random layers of our lives.  

$95 (register before 12/31/16); $110 (register 01/01/17 or later). Mount Vernon Country Club, Golden, Colorado (25 minutes from downtown Denver).

Seminar includes morning coffee, tea, pastries and fruit; catered luncheon and afternoon beverages. Appropriate for all genres. Register here.

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All Things Literary/All Things Natural

"Your recent blog about the tender return of your loved ones to the earth was moving, graceful in words and inspiration. Your words always come from the heart and intellect. A rare and insightful combination."

Rolland Smith, former news anchor for WCBS-TV in New York, recipient of 11 Emmy Awards.

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