WRITER BIOS

[Editor]

Running and mountain biking with her dogs—rain or shine, winter or summer—are two of the things you’ll find managing editor Laura Haraldson doing if she’s not reading or writing voraciously—or distracting herself from these activities watching... more »

[Editor]

When she's not editing Southwest Metro Magazine, you'll find Liz Potasek gardening, hiking, knitting, concocting a new recipe in the kitchen or—most likely—guzzling coffee in an attempt to keep up with her two young daughters. She's been... more »

[Editor]

Angela Johnson is a writer, reader, thinker and speaker with one daily goal: to live a useful life, content but never complacent. Her fiction has been published in online literary journals and she is a 2012 finalist in The Loft Literary Center’s... more »

[Managing Editor]

St. Louis Park Magazine editor Julie Pfitzinger has been a Twin Cities writer for more than 15 years, with experience writing about family life, education, health and wellness, the arts and much more. She has been writing for Tiger Oak... more »

[Writer]

Sarah Borchers, writer for Plymouth Magazine, Southwest Metro Magazine, and Lake Minnetonka Magazine, loves learning about her community through the interviews for her articles.  With a background in marketing, project... more »

[Writer]

Staff writer Maggie Soucheray Sonnek welcomes comments, feedback, story ideas and tips.

[Editor]

Growing up in the beautiful Driftless region of southwestern Wisconsin, senior editor Jennifer Pitterle learned to speak Norwegian, to cross-country ski, and—best of all—to love reading and writing. She fell in love with magazine writing during... more »

[Writer]

Growing up, web intern Mollie Jacobsen could often be found cozied up on the couch by the fire with her nose deep in a book. Good thing Mollie moved out to Minnesota from New Jersey for college, where she can do that 5 out of the 12 months a year... more »

[Writer]

Staff writer Becky Kazana welcomes story ideas, feedback, comments and tips.

[Writer]

Eric began using his middle initial as a way to distinguish himself from the many other Eric Johnsons of the world, but it mostly just makes him seem pretentious. As such, he’s constantly searching for a pseudonym that won’t offend his mother,... more »

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