Authors at Everfield Press write books that emphasize compassion, love, and respect, for self and the earth. They write books that build coping skills, emotional intelligence, and understanding of our inner life. Their works intend to give their readers hope.
Diana Crow-Wheel is the author and a teacher and artist. She is also a Water Protector and Activist for the Earth. She stands among the many women, mothers, and grandmothers who carry the medicine of the water. She is investing in future generations by spreading this story
Dawn Admire-Sanders is the co-author. She was a keyboard warrior for Standing Rock, a mom, and an activist. She lives in Florissant, Colorado.
Dr. Cauhilla Red Elk, is a CEO at the Center On Human Rights Advocacy and American Indian Law in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She has been a supportive voice in this project.
Jessica Lyn Elkins grew up in a small town in the Texas Panhandle. She moved to New Mexico in 1968 with her husband and two young children. She earned a BA in Geography and Biology from the University of New Mexico and graduated from St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico with a Master of Arts in Liberal Education. A varied career path included stints as a general contractor, ice cream shop owner and human resources manager for multi-line automobile dealerships. Jessica Lyn and her husband Richard relocated to Gainesville, Florida in 2010. Her first novel The Friend in Question, a story of friendship and fateful coincidences, was published in 2015. A Coyote Taught Me Poetry, a collection of poetry and short prose, was completed in 2016. She finds inspiration for her writing in the diversity of the natural world and the complexity of human relationships.
Elaine Beem Robinson is the Author and illustrator of several children’s stories that highlight the wonder and beauty of our world. Her book Uncommon Scents is a story of friendship, respect, and compassion that models the importance of understanding the strength of our differences. She is retired from the University of Florida after 30 years in the field of research microbiology. She lives in Gainesville Florida along with husband Ron, Snuffy the Schnauzer, and several racehorses, also retired, in the field of grass.