Bear Run Antics trundled into being in 1995. Named after a game trail where many a bear lumbered in search of berries, the antics of this company include the search for literary berries picked from a variety of bushes – teaching , writing, editing. Please join the search.
Amy Carlson (Dr. Fu)
Amy Greimann Carlson wears a silver ear cuff with a dangly and eats grilled Hummel’s hotdogs from New Haven. When she’s not reading Basho or pilgrimaging in Japan, she is teaching children the power of words as Dr. Fu in Avra Kedavra Kamp, storytelling, writing Yessence Poetry, and professoring at Wenatchee Valley College – English, of course. Oh, and she dabbles with the adult right brain in writing workshops around the Pacific Northwest. Her first novel, a middle grade fantasy entitled Brother Beast (2018) has been a best seller at her local indie bookstore. She also is coeditor of Travelers Tales’ Japan and has also written for or edited other anthologies in the award-winning series: A Woman’s Path, The Gift of Birds, Australia, and A Woman’s Asia. Her writing has also appeared in the on-line magazine, Perceptive Travel. She lives in the Cascade Mountains with her husband and rabbit.