Nelson Harvey is a freelance print and radio journalist currently based in Denver, Colorado. He is also the editor of edibleASPEN magazine. He has reported for a wide range of newspapers, magazines, websites and radio stations, and particularly likes writing about food, agriculture, and the environment. Nelson has worked as a farmer, waiter, juicer, tutor, delivery man, recycling collector, amateur mixologist, and lab intern.
Cindy Baker is a Sacramento-based freelance journalist.
Josh Brodesky is a San Antonio-based writer.
Joanna Corman is a Sacramento-based freelance journalist, writer and editor.
Ingrid Ahlgren is a freelance writer and editor, currently based in New York City.
Lisa Renner has been a journalist for 22 years and has worked for The California Health Report, The Modesto Bee, The San Mateo County Times and The Tri-Valley Herald. She is a freelance writer and the proud mother of two energetic small boys. She enjoys reading, camping and playing piano and violin.
Gordon Fowler is the president and CEO of Sacramento’s 3Fold Communications, a Sacramento-based communications company.
Steve Martarano was a reporter at the Sacramento Union for 10 years during the 1980s and worked as a sportswriter, on the daytime crime beat, and reviewing concerts. He retired after working in government public affairs for almost 30 years for several state and federal agencies, most recently for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Bay-Delta office.
Karen Wilkinson writes about business, emerging technologies and,
most importantly, the people behind the scenes. She also
practices and teaches yoga at a variety of studios in the greater
Sacramento area. Karen says of her feature this month on Shiloh
London: “She’s the kind of business woman, and human, we can all
learn from. She shows up the same in all aspects of her life,
making space to pursue her passions while balancing work.” Read
more of Wilkinson’s work at www.thatbendybabe.com.
Shannon is a freelance writer and former editorial intern for Comstock’s. In addition to working in higher education, she returned to her first love — the written word. As a cultural historian and outdoor aficionado, she writes on a broad range of subjects.