Lola Wilcox, author and consultant, lives in Colorado and Costa Rica. The central theme in all her writing is transformation. She has published five books, Spiritual Seasonings, The Still Room Book previously, and this year Pirate’s Wife, Bump Finds a Home and One is a Lonely Number. Twenty plus plays, many written with her actor husband, have been produced, and many toured. Butter ‘n Eggs, a book about women and money, is in production as is Irvington Place, Or How to Live in a Commons.
Currently she is following first reader advice to turn her 600-page fantasy novel draft into a trilogy; the work is based on the Grimms Brothers’ Goose Girl tale. A set of her short stories are shaping into Servants of Lord Michael (working title). She is editor of and writer for the CROW, a multi-log fostered by the venerable Great Mother and New Father Conference on myth and story.
Lola has M.A. degrees in Medieval Literature and Group Counseling. A peer-reviewed member of Associated Consultants International for thirty years, she consults when the client wants transformation. Her consulting resume is on LinkedIn. She is a wife, mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother of some very fine people who are her life’s companions. She holds a “black belt” (Nidan rank) in Kendo, took third in a national tournament, and won an engagement in Japan. Gardening is where she rests and connects with the Earth.
Lola Wilcox writes about transformation. She is the author of five published books and three more in production. She has written over twenty staged or toured plays, and many essays and short stories.