One woman’s quest to make sense of a nonsensical world after losing her dream home and all her worldly possessions to a raging and sudden wildfire. Exploring the existence of God, our cultural discomfort with grief, what it means to be human as well as life in a 1967 Airstream trailer, Kristen Moeller shares her humanity, her spirit and her dark edge openly for herself as well as for the countless others who beg to be heard in their wild journey through this wacky world.
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When You Lose Everything...

Yesterday, I discovered that a colleague and friend lost her home in the Napa area fire – I wrote this with her in mind and since posting it on FB, I received many requests for permission to share it.  It is with honor that I do so here –...Read More »


Bringing Back the Beauty of Bhutan

What gives value to travel is fear. It is the fact that, at a certain moment, when we are so far from our own country. . . we are seized by a vague fear, and an instinctive desire to go back to the protection of old habits. This is the...Read More »


I Miss Her. In honor of Denise on her 52nd Birthday

I miss my friend. Those blue eyes that always sparkled with life and intelligence no matter what was on her mind. Her gentle voice, always steady, even up until the end. It seemed like we were sisters. I was immediately drawn toward her when we first met. She was the...Read More »


Phoenix Rising - A concert, a book launch & a fundraiser

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

As the world continues to be a chaotic place, we celebrate some heroes at home: the Wildland Firefighters.

Salida resident and author Kristen Moeller lost her home in a wildfire in 2012. Her latest book Phoenix Rising: Stories of Remarkable Women Walking through Fire tells the heart-wrenching stories of...Read More »


The Messy Road of Grief and the Flies of Life

Whether we are conscious of it or not, the ground is always shifting. Nothing lasts, including us. there are probably very few people who, at any given time, are consumed with the idea ‘I’m going to die,’ but there is plenty of evidence that this thought, this fear, haunts us...Read More »


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