Juno Lamb was conceived in Afghanistan and born in Washington, DC. She began working at an early age, and over the past thirty plus years has worked as a babysitter, chamber maid, waitress, set painter, props mistress, house painter, nanny, architectural plan colorist, shop clerk, admissions assistant, sous chef, film crew caterer, English tutor, camp counselor at home and abroad, creative writing teacher, math tutor, grape harvester, ESL tutor, house cleaner, rugby pub bar maid, as perhaps the first barefoot aerobics instructor Italy had ever seen, chocolate factory worker, waste management secretary, data enterer, adjunct college English teacher, photography tutor, adjunct college French teacher, day laborer, gardener and garden designer, university extension educator, garden columnist, freelance writer, copy editor, newsletter editor, Iyengar-style and restorative yoga teacher, website designer, blogger, graphic designer, publicist, grant writer, and arts administrator.
Juno is the author of the manuscripts After and Other Stories, Curable Romantics, Broken Land, Macbeth: A Love Story, and several not-yet-finished novels. Her first play for children, I Remember Springtime, received rave reviews when it premiered in the spring of 2010 at the K. A. Brett School, ably performed by Mr. Krug’s 4th grade class.Juno with camera
When she’s not writing, arts administrating and attending to her twin daughters’ well-being and education, Juno cooks, cleans, and does laundry, gardens or paints the walls in the summer, knits or sews in the winter. She plays a couple of instruments badly, likes to sing, doesn’t get to read nearly enough but binges when necessary, watches movies with the energy of an addict, listens to French radio, speaks Italian poorly and French a little better, takes photographs, bakes birthday cakes, makes pretty good ice cream and panforte, likes the seaside, likes holding hands with her husband and doing any number of other things with him as well, is grateful for life, family, and friends, clean water, beautiful land on which to live.
Contact her at readwriterevive (at) gmail (dot) com.