Stay tuned for the newest addition to BlueRidgeCountry.com – Word & Image. You'll hear from some of our favorite writers and photographers on this multi-contributor blog, including...
Gerry Bishop, retired editor of Ranger Rick magazine, an award-winning photographer and a guest columnist from our May/June 2009 issue.
Su Clauson-Wicker, a southwest Virginia-based freelancer, contributing editor to BRC and author of books including editions of "Off the Beaten Path in West Virginia."
Deborah Huso, based in Highland County, Va., a longtime contributing editor with her own blog on WordPress.com.
Sharyn McCrumb, New York Times-bestselling author of "St. Dale," "Once Around the Track," the Ballad series and more.
Cathryn McCue, our every-issue environmental reporter, a former newspaper journalist now on staff with the Southern Environmental Law Center.
Marla Milling, a longtime contributor to Blue Ridge Country magazine as well as other magazines and newspapers, based in Asheville, N.C.
Jeanne Mozier, West Virginia-based author who owns and operates the Star Theatre in the historic town of Berkeley Springs.
Fred Sauceman, Blue Ridge Country's food writer, author of "The Place Setting" series and on staff at East Tennessee State University.
Lynn Seldon, based in North Carolina, named 2006 Travel Writer of the Year by the Southeast Tourism Society.
Peter Slavin, a freelance writer based in Virginia who most recently reported on Mountain Justice Summer camps for BRC.com.
Phyllis Speidell and John Sheally, a photography/writing team based in eastern Virginia who worked for the Virginian-Pilot for years.
Joe Tennis, a reporter and columnist with the Bristol Herald Courier and author of books including the recent "Beach to Bluegrass: Places to Brake Along Virginia's Longest Road."
Rebecca Armstrong, a photographer and writer currently stringing for the Page News & Courier in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley.
Frank Ceravalo, West Virginia photographer and owner of Vista Landscapes, a long-time contributor to Blue Ridge Country.
Joe Rossbach, a Maryland-based photographer and workshop teacher who was most recently published in a photo essay in BRC's Water Issue.
We'll have our first blogs published during the last week of August. See you then!