Lucia’s contributors are talented writers, poets, photographers, filmmakers, musicians, designers, healers and artists.

Their ages range from 20-something to 70-something and touch every decade in between. They have in common—among other things—being beautiful human beings, heart-centered, and inspiring us with their creativity.

Interested in writing for Lucia? Read our submission guidelines. Delight us! Feed our souls why not, yes please.

Vanessa Ainslie is the founder of Capitol Hill Healing Arts Collective and Madrona House Apothecary & Healing Arts in Seattle, Washington. She is a healing arts practitioner, mentor, and educator.

Cicely Andree Conway is a licensed acupuncturist, massage therapist, and yoga teacher in Norwich, Vermont, where she and her husband practice the fine art of parenting and dream of a full night’s sleep.

Emiko Atherton is a visual storyteller and writer, Emiko is from Seattle, Washington. In the spring of 2014, she gave away most of her belongings to travel the world.

Sharon Blackie is a writer, storyteller and psychologist and has a wide international following through her Singing Over the Bones online community. She lives in the hills of Donegal, Ireland.

Cat Babbie is a fiber artist, photographer and writer. She studied studio art at James Madison University and lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband and three cats in a cozy, 100-year-old bungalow. 

Molly Baker is a writer and editor at Patagonia. After traveling around the world as a professional skier, her heroine’s journey landed her in Ventura, California, where she’s traded skiing for surfing and mothering.

Sally Bryson is a freelance writer who specializes in writing short films for non-profits. She lives on Bainbridge Island, WA with her husband and two boys.

Edith Hope Bishop is a writer, volunteer, and mother. She taught for several years in a high needs public high school in Seattle, WA. She is most at home near, on, or in any body of salt water.

Sarah Anne Childers scribbles at her kitchen table, pedals a cerulean bicycle, and joins kids in mess-making and bicycle riding at a cooperative school in Seattle, Washington.

Sarah Gerritsen is a singer-songwriter living in Redmond, Washington. The music of Sarah Gerritsen and the Shadow Catchers is written with stirring narrative, tinged with grief and joyfulness that speaks to a life well lived.

Beth Belgau Human lives with her family in St. Louis, Missouri, where she teaches English, Latin, and Government to middle and high school students, and coaches soccer. Beth earned a Ph.D. in English from St. Louis University.

Amanda Ford is the author of Kiss Me, I’m Single and Be True to Yourself: A Daily Guide for Teenage Girls. She She works as a strength coach and yoga teacher, seeing clients in a private studio that she has named The Institute of Moves, Muscles and Eternal Optimism.

Judy Ford is a psychotherapist, writer, cartoon creator, and electric bike rider in Kirkland, Washington. Judy can verify from personal experience that the creative approach to everything is the cure for boredom, angst, fear, stress and self-doubt.

Zoya Lynch is an award-winning photographer based in Revelstoke, British Columbia. She translates her deep reverence for the natural world in a tapestry of light-filled moments, combining wilderness with stories of human connection and wonder.

Elisabeth Hedrick-Moser is a native of El Paso, TX, She lives in San Antonio, with her two daughters and husband. She earned a doctorate in English Literature from Saint Louis University. Elisabeth currently focuses her writing energy on creative non-fiction and poetry.

Brittin Oakman is a Canadian storyteller, wife, health and wellness advocate, and a graduate student in Scotland. She regularly shares her thoughtful writing, poetry and creative musings on mental health via Instagram. @b.oakman

Tamara Phillips is a watercolor artist in British Columbia. Inspired by the raw beauty of the natural world resonating cellular life and ethereal vibrancy, her detailed paintings explore the connection between myth, dream, intuition, and reality.

Karly Siroky is the founder of Karma, a brand incubator and basecamp for B-corps, entrepreneurs and visionary companies committed to doing good. Karly also serves as Lucia's design advisor. Her writing offers a heartfelt look into life as an entrepreneur and navigator of the creative wilderness.

Alisha Sommer is a freelance creative living in California wine country with her husband and three children. In between lunches and laundry she creates bespoke digital content for artists, visionaries and healers, and leads creative retreats for women. @alisha_sommer

Toko-pa Turner is a writer, teacher, and dreamworker on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. Toko-pa’s work focuses on restoring the feminine, reciprocity with nature, honoring grief, ritual, and making beauty.

Teresa Williams is a poet, translator, and psychotherapist in Seattle, Washington. Her poetry has been featured in: Psychological Perspectives Journal, Buddhist Poetry Review, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, and A Hundred Gourds.