Jayme Feary traded his career as a business speaker and human performance technology consultant for the life of a writer and adventurer. He lives in the Rocky Mountain West with his dogs and mules.
Jayme has worked as a teacher, corporate trainer and executive coach; as a cowboy, dude wrangler, packer, and horse trainer.
He writes articles for commercial magazines, (specializing in narrative nonfiction) including equine, western lifestyle, and general interest publications.
Jayme has completed his first book manuscript, The Direction of Water, a memoir about his attempt to be the first person to ride a horse the entire length of the Continental Divide Trail in a single season. Excerpts from his manuscript won a Wyoming Arts Council Fellowship in Nonfiction and the Blanchan Award for nature writing.
He earned a B.S. degree in Agricultural Business & Economics from Auburn University and an MFA from the University of Montana, where he was a Bertha Morton Fellow.