Alice Wolf Gilborn grew up in Colorado and was a longtime resident of the Adirondacks before she moved to warmer Vermont. She is the founding editor of the literary magazine, Blueline, the author of Out of the Blue: Blueline Essays 1979-1989 from Potsdam College Press, and a poetry chapbook, Taking Root, from Finishing Line Press. Her newly revised edition of What Do You Do With a Kinkajou?, a memoir of her mother’s life with animals, is now available at the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester and on line.