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Kim Heacox

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Kim Heacox

Kim Heacox
Kim Heacox lives in Gustavus, Alaska, a small town accessible only by plane or boat, population 350, not including wolves, eagles and bears. The solitude allows quiet time for Kim's writing - he has been a freelance writer and photographer for fifteen years and has authored many books and magazine articles on biography, natural history and environmental issues. His current projects include a book on the Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, a political novel about Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and a book of essays about living in Glacier Bay.

With his wife, Melanie, Kim is building the Glacier Bay Institute on eight wooded acres in Gustavus. When completed it will host a writer/artist-in-residence program and a series of seminars/retreats for attendees to celebrate and preserve the natural history of Alaska.

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