Lundy, Barb

Barb Lundy grew up in a family of visual artists and writers. She’s worked in the legal and medical fields and taught writing and critical thinking in colleges in the Denver area. She enjoys simplifying complex public policy for easy reading.

A widely published poet, Barb’s listed in the Directory of Poets and Writers and she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her new collection of poetry, The Fiction of Stone was published in 2020 by the New Atlantean Library. Her friendship with award-winning poet Lois Beebe Hayna influenced her work. 

After using hypnosis to manage pain, Barb became a hypnotherapist. She found the use of metaphor in hypnosis an easy fit after years of writing poetry. She provided free hypnosis for cancer patients. Barb worked as a training manager for many years.  She wrote Connections Count, Master the Human Side of Business to help people succeed. The book gives readers strategies to improve their ability to collaborate, persuade and problem solve in any work setting.

Past President of the Colorado Authors League, Barb now writes short fiction. Recent stories have appeared in Shotgun Honey, Mystery Tribune and Flash Fiction Magazine.


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