Arlene Cook has been employed at Cave Art Press as an editor and writer since 2013. Originally from Australia, she has worked previously as a journalist, grass scientist, and bookseller (and she still sells books part-time). When not wresting with literary challenges, she enjoys reading, hiking, snowshoeing, and traveling. Her grand passions include cats, opera, and National Parks.
Kathleen Kaska writes fiction and nonfiction, short stories, essays, and articles on travel, outdoor fitness, and birds. When not writing, she spends time with her husband traveling the country’s back roads and byways, bird watching and searching for new locales for her mysteries. She is looking forward to working as marketing director for Cave Art Press.
Lisa Wright worked as a petroleum industry geologist in Alaska. She and her husband spent their free time canoeing, fishing and sailing in the summers, and skating and skiing in the winters. Lisa took early retirement when her husband obtained a teaching job in Anacortes, where the sailing season is much longer and warmer than Alaska's. She looks forward to sharing her geoscience and Alaskan experience as a researcher, writer, and editor with Cave Art Press.