More About the Author
Kim has been writing about travel since the day after she graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1984.
Kim currently writes guides for: Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket; Hawai'i; Santa Fe, Taos & Albuquerque; Backroads of New England; and a 50 deck box of travel cards.
Since the mid-1990s Kim has also written other travel books about: Boston; New England; the Southwest; Florida; Miami & the Keys; USA; Best Places to Stay in New England and Best Places to Stay in Hawai'i.
As for web work, Kim serves the City Expert for www.homeandabroad.com on the six major Hawaiian islands, Cape Cod, and Boston; is a Hawai'i lodging specialist for www.away.com; writes about top luxury, romantic, and beach destinations in North America for www.orbitz.com and www.away.com; was an early member of www.guidebookwriters.com; and contributed to www.flyguides.com.
As for TV and radio, Kim has done 20-city radio tours to promote the Great Destinations series for Countryman Press (for whom she serves as an Acquisitions Editor). She also recently appeared on Comcast TV's Newsmakers to discuss autumnal outings in New England; on CNN Headline News to discuss fall foliage travel in New England; and on the Valerie D'Elia Travel Show (syndicated but based in NYC) to discuss the merits of travelling in Massachusetts.
From 1999-2007 she wrote Yankee magazine's Editor's Picks for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket. During the late 1990s, she appeared on WCVB-TV's Chronicle as a Boston expert; wrote for National Geographic Traveler and Yankee magazines; and served as an editor for Boston Magazine's annual New England Travel.
From the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s, she contributed to guides published by Frommer's (New England; Canada; Mexico, Belize & Guatemala), Fodor's (Boston; New England; Cape Cod; Access USA), Insight (New England & Boston), Berlitz, and Rodale.
Kim founded Bindu Press in 2001 as a means to more widely distribute her fine art black and white photography. Lushly printed blank note cards are available through retail stores and the Bindu Press web site. The Press is also a book packager for artists and other photographers.
Kim runs Good Karma Publishing (the venture connected with T'ai Chi Chih) which produces, disseminates, and distributes materials by Justin Stone about T'ai Chi Chih to students and teachers worldwide.
Kim has been practicing T'ai Chi Chih, a moving meditation, since 1992 and teaching since 1999. She credits the practice with many extraordinary benefits, chief among them -- an increase in creativity and intuition. (And productivity!!)
She edits The Vital Force, a 24-page quarterly journal dedicated to T'ai Chi Chih teachers and students worldwide.