Elaine Pinkerton is a long-time resident of Santa Fe, New Mexico. In addition to writing for magazines and newspapers, she is the author of several popular non-fiction and fiction books. She is a world traveler, educator focussed on working with young children, labyrinth facilitator, and athlete-skier, hiker, former marathon runner. She was recently honored to be featured in Patricia Shapiro's Coming Home to Yourself: Eighteen Wise Women Reflect on Their Journeys. The Goodbye Baby, A Diary About Adoption won the 2013 New Mexico Book Association's Book Design & Production Award.
Elaine Pinkerton, author and educator, avid hiker and grandmother of three, holds MA degrees in literature from the University of Virginia and from St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Writing is her first love, but she's held many other jobs, including ski coach, technical writer, defensive driving instructor, and elementary school librarian.
She is a freelance journalist, with articles published in Runner's World, Family Circle, New Mexico Magazine and Tumbleweeds Family Magazine. Her most recent work, Santa Fe Blogger is now available on kindle.
More of her work and new blogs can be found on www.elainepinkerton.wordpress.com.