Sara D Davidson
Sara Davidson published the canonical book about the baby-boomer generation, the New York Times bestseller Loose Change, which is still in print (and was adapted into a six-hour NBC miniseries). She's also the author of the national hits Real Property and Cowboy. She was co-executive producer and head writer of the CBS series Doctor Quinn, Medicine Woman in the 1990s, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination, and she has also produced and written over 60 hours of additional television movies, miniseries, and dramatic episodes. She is a regular contributor to O: The Oprah Magazine and writes for The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Harper's, the Atlantic, the New York Times Book Review, the Los Angeles Times, and Rolling Stone. She is a host for her local public radio station, KGNU, in Boulder, Colorado. She currently resides in Boulder, Colorado.