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MANAGING EDITOR: Jamie Dillon


jamie@eaglemagazine.com CONTRIBUTORS:


Stephanie Brewster Emily Fonnesbeck Geoff Hadfield Ken Levy


Kate Matthews


STEPHANIE BREWSTER Stephanie is a multiple head injury survivor, moth- er, horse trainer, yoga in- structor, bird-watcher, artist, singer, freelance writer, photographer and (self- proclaimed) semi-profes- sional race car driver. Born in Alaska, her stepbrothers are the captains of the Time Bandit on Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch. She is currently writing her book, which details her brain surgery survival and hopes to bring more aware- ness to family health history and the dangers of high blood pressure.


EMILY FONNESBECK Emily is a freelance writer who enjoys skiing, biking, eating and camping with her husband and two boys. She has a healthy addiction to buying bags, containers and shirts, and she enjoys cooking crazy food she finds on Pinterest. If she’s not doing the mom thing, you’ll find her curled up with a good book.


KEN LEVY Award-winning freelance writer and photographer Ken Levy (ken@kenlevy media.com) has created numerous feature packages for Idaho and national pub- lications over his 26-year career. His work has been featured in the Idaho Busi- ness Review, Teton Valley News, Capital Press and newspaper and magazine special sections.


Elisabeth Sharp McKetta Nicole Sharp


Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Laura Wolstenholme


GRAPHIC DESIGN: Dave Stein


PHOTOGRAPHY Geoff Hadfield


COVER PHOTO: Geoff Hadfield


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ELISABETH SHARP PAMELA KLEIBRINK


THOMPSON Once upon a time, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson lived in a big city out west. One day, her prince of a husband charmingly persuaded her to move to Idaho where they live happily ever after with their teenaged daugh- ter. Pamela doesn’t miss the traffic or stress, but some- times she misses her favorite Chinese restaurant. She has yet to ski at Bogus Basin or float the Boise River.


MCKETTA Elisabeth Sharp McKetta teaches essay and memoir classes in Boise and else- where. Her first poetry book, The Fairy Tales Mammals Tell, came out in January 2013. www.elisabeth sharpmcketta.com.


NICOLE SHARP Nicole Sharp writes fiction, swigs coffee and maintains an adamant belief in Jane Austen wisdom. She cham- pions world travel and would like to go down in history as the only writer who never ‘Tweeted’ about anything.


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KATE MATTHEWS Kate is a freelance writer with a passion for words and a penchant for pretty things. Beyond the words, Kate is frequently found building LEGO creations with her son. She is the type of girl who reads way too many books and knows more about cheese than most people know to ask. She is still waiting for her jetpack.


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LAURA WOLSTENHOLME Obsessions come in threes for Laura: family, reading and writing. She got her M.A. in English Literature at Boise State University in 2004. She’s lived in Idaho for 20 years and is continu- ally charmed by its com- munities and landscape.


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