Waverly Fitzgerald was a writer and teacher, reader and student, author and publisher, passionate researcher and urban naturalist. She collaborated with her friend, Curt Colbert, on a series of humorous mystery novels about a talking Chihuahua. In 2007, Waverly published Slow Time: Reclaiming the Natural Rhythms of Life, which helps readers shift their relationship with time.
Waverly taught writing since the publication of her first novel. She taught writing classes online for Creative Nonfiction and throughout the Seattle area for organizations like Richard Hugo House. She presented at international, national and regional conferences, including the Sam Miguel de Allende Writing Conference, AWP, PNWA, Chuckanut, and Write on the Sound.
2010 Artist Support Program: Record an audio book of original essays.
2009 Writers Program