Kim Jocelyn Dickson graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary with a master’s degree in education and a focus on developmental psychology and spirituality. During this time she became intrigued with the writings of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, finding in them tremendous relevance for her own life.
Today she lives in Southern California where she writes, teaches literature and writing in an independent school, and presents on the critical importance of early literacy experiences for children. She has published articles on literature, psychology, women’s issues, biography, and religion, and researched the life and work of Anne Morrow Lindbergh extensively. Gifts from the Spirit: Reflections on the Diaries and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh , originally published by Crossroad, New York in 2002, is available at Amazon in print and e-book.
Kim is currently at work on a series of children’s nonfiction picture books that share the untold stories of historical women who overcame obstacles—either within or without—to follow their dreams and a book for parents on the life-changing gift of reading aloud to a child from birth through adolescence.