Kimberly A. Edwards, author of 200 articles and narrative nonfiction works, and of Sacramento Motorcycling, A Capital City Tradition (1910-60; Arcadia Press 2021) has championed writing for 40 years. In the 1980’s she founded a 12-page monthly writer’s newsletter that gained mention in Publishers Weekly. Her credits include Writer’s Digest, International Travel News, The Times of India, The Sacramento Bee, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, ASJA (American Society of Journalists and Authors), Independent (Independent Book Publishers Association), Sacramento News and Review, Senior Spectrum, Food Wine and Travel Magazine, and California Literature Review. In her Memories and Memoir Seminar, she helped attendees turn memories into enduring stories. She has studied at Kenyon Review Writer’s Workshop (Literary Nonfiction. Fiction, Hybrid) and Squaw Valley of Writers (Fiction). Examples of work: “The Identity List, How to Catalog Your Written Work to Get More Freelance Writing Projects,” http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/freelance-writing/freelance-writing-projects-querying-editors-catalog, “Scene, Heard, Laced and Loved,” http://www.asja.org/theword/2015/04/13/scene-heard-laced-and-loved-trends-in-long-form/ and “My New Spanish Loves,” https://www.asja.org/blog/2681-2/ She is recent past president of the California Writers Club Sacramento and has served in various officer positions. In 2013 she received the Jack London Award for service to the club. Contact Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.