Writer, farmer, and teacher Kayann Short, PhD, is the author of A Bushel’s Worth: An Ecobiography (Torrey House Press), a Nautilus Green Living & Sustainability winner. She is the founder of the Friedman Feminist Press Collection at Colorado State University and co-produced the DVD series, The History of Women’s Achievement in America. As an award-winning teacher of writing and women’s studies at CU-Boulder, she directed digital storytelling projects with community elders, literacy students, and non-profit organizations. Her work has appeared in Midwest Review, Hawk & Handsaw, The Hopper, Burningword, Pilgrimage, and Dash, among others, and the anthologies, Dirt: A Love Story and Rooted: The Best New Arboreal Non-Fiction. Dr. Short organizes community writing events and hosts writer’s workshops and retreats in a renovated granary at Stonebridge Farm, her organic community-supported farm on Colorado’s Front Range. Learn more about Dr. Short at kayannshort.com.