Temple of Hera, Agrigento
Ortigia - Siracusa, Sicily
Greek Amphitheater, Siracusa
The Matterhorn, photo by Greg Miller
View from Gonergrat Peak
Post climb, Gonergrat 3103'm. Near The Matterhorn
David - Welcome to Stanford University
Walking the Hall of Years
Kate's Graduation, Yale
Kate runs 13.1
Kate - UW Medical School
North Shore, Maui
Kate & Mom after sunrise run
David, summit Haleakala, photographing dawn
Wedding Sunrise, Haleakala Crater, 10,315 feet, 5:50 a.m.
Summit, 6:30 a.m.
Greg & Glenda, sunset Mama's Cafe
Sunset, Wailea Bay, Maui
Buenos Aires, Argentina. Down by the wharves listening to three old men in Panama hats and smoking cigars play Spanish guitar
With Grandma, Priest Lake, ID
Two Thanksgiving Chefs, Spokane
McDuff and Scooter
Skiing Snowmass, Colorado
Manito Park, Spring 2003
GLENDA BURGESS is a winner of the Rupert Hughes Award for literary fiction, and a short story finalist for the New Century Writer Award. Her memoir, The Geography of Love, was named one of The Ten Best Books of 2008 by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and a finalist for the 2008 Books for a Better Life Award.
Born in New Mexico, the daughter of a US Air Force Lt. Colonel in the Strategic Air Command, the author's first published work at the age of nine was printed in the Spokesman-Review newspaper for payment of one dollar.
The author graduated with distinction from Indiana University, Bloomington, with a B.A. in Political Science. Ms. Burgess was the recipient of the 1978 Wendell L. Wilkie Distinguished Student Award in Political Science. Earning a Masters in Public Affairs (1980) from the University of Washington, the author was selected to serve as a Presidential Management Fellow - a presitigious government executive program initiated under President Jimmy Carter.
After completing nearly a decade of government service on Capitol Hill and for the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, Ms. Burgess left government service to study creative writing. She attended writers workshops and seminars at the University of Washington, the University of California (Berkeley),the Creative Writing Program in Continuing Education at Stanford, the Maui Writers School, and the Aspen Writers Workshop to name a selected few.
Glenda Burgess's work encompasses a memoir, The Geography of Love, (Random House/Broadway, 2008); two novels, Exposures (Malvern Publishing, UK, 2000; back in print, Penguin/AuthorHouse, 2005), and Loose Threads (Malvern Publishing, UK, 1998; second edition, back in print, Penguin/AuthorHouse, 2008); and an academic work, A Special Collections Thesaurus (University of Washington, 1979). Her work includes short stories as well as book reviews, freelance articles, and magazine essays. Glenda is a popular featured author at writing workshops and conferences, and has recently presented her work and lead workshops at the Hawaiian Writers Conference, The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Conference, Portland's Wordfest, The Writers Workshop Series at A Book for All Seasons, and Eastern Washington University's Get Lit! Writers Festival.
Glenda writes at her blog, Quintessence, on topics relevant to creative writing.
WORKS IN PRINT
The Geography of Love, a memoir.
Random House/Broadway Books, August 2008
Softcover release, August 2009.
Exposures, a novel.
First edition, Malvern Publishing, Ltd., UK, 2000.
Second edition (back in print), Penguin/AuthorHouse, May 2005.
Loose Threads, a novel.
First edition, The Great American First Novel Series,
Malvern Publishing, Ltd., UK, 1998.
Second edition (back in print), Penguin/AuthorHouse, March 2008.
A Special Collections Thesaurus: Women Studies
University of Washington Press, 1979.
SCMS Women Physicians Retreat: Reading & Discussion, March 2013
GET LIT! EWU Literary Festival (This is the T Shirt prize. See me? Second name down on right.)
Workshop, Leavenworth, WA 2010
David meets Bryce Courtney, MWC 2008
MWC 2008, Honolulu Firemen Fundraiser
Recipient of my book choice for WBN Giveaway 2012
Greg, Nakalele Point
Floating Flower Markets, Amsterdam
A tomb in The Valley of Temples, Agrigento, Sicily
Upper Priest Lake
The Palouse Hills
Winter walk with McDuff