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Lori Lothian
Works at Good Men Project
Attended Carleton University
Lived in Vancouver
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Writer, editor,
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New writer development, social media promotion and marketing, editing
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  • Good Men Project
    Editor, 2013 - present
  • Elephant Journal
    Editor, Love and Relationships, 2012 - 2013
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pleasure guru, midlife lovestyle expert & sexy daring writer.
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Lori Ann Lothian is a contributing editor at the online magazines, Elephant Journal and the Good Men Project. She is the publisher of Rebelle Sex a revolutionary online magazine staffed by pleasure gurus, love-style experts & sexy daring writers, launching April 2013. 

A columnist at Huffington Post, and elephant journal Lori Ann also writes regularly for the Good Men Project, Yoganonymous, Origin magazine, Better After 50 and more.

Her memoir, How to Love: An Almost Fictional Handbook on Sex After Divorce will be published in the fall of 2013, and she is currently working on her next book authored with Kelle Sparta, titled A Call to the Sacred Masculine: Ten Daring Invitations from the Divine Feminine based on her viral hit article by the same name. 

Lori Ann lives in Vancouver, Canada, with her husband and daughter, where she has learned to transcend the rain and surrender to mega doses of vitamin D.
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Crazy and daring enough to get married at 50 and launch a magazine all about sex.
Education
  • Carleton University
    Mass Communications/Psychology, 1981 - 1984
  • Algonquin College
    Journalism, 1984 - 1985
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I loved this house! I spent seven nights here with four other women in a writer's getaway week. With enough rooms for us to each have our own, plus ensuite bathrooms, I felt in perfect balance between having space to myself and time with the group...what most amazed me was the art! Everywhere I looked there were stunning paintings, sculptures and more, reflecting the native tradiational arts of the area. I stayed in the casita--wow, what a treat. My king bed was so comfy I never wanted get up in the mornings. Right off my bedroom was a patio area where I sipped my coffee and took in the morning sun. The huge great room with fireplace in my casita became the meeting room for our group because of the huge glass doors that swung open to the outdoors--with a view of an ancient cottonwood tree. Our meetings were graced by light breezes through the casita from outdoors, and the sounds of birds. Just perfect! Another feature I loved: There are several outdoor spaces, perfect for entertaining. One night we invited friends from town for a potluck dinner--the seating area around the outdoor fireplace was the perfect gathering area for a warm evening of camaraderie and fun. Lastly, the neighbourhood was lovely. We could walk down to the local market/restaurant (Tesuque Village Market) for boutique/healthy food supplies/wine/beer, and eat at the restaurant which was absolutely delicious (wood fired pizza, tacos, great breakfasts etc). It was always filled with locals and no wonder. Food and service were fantastic. Also in the hood: a sculpture park, several artist studios and great post dinner rural walking areas. And, all a fifteen minute drive away from downtown Santa Fe. Bonus: I found the management company super responsive -- the blender in the main house was not working on our arrival. Within mere hours a new blender was hand delivered to us! I loved this place so much, I plan to come back with my husband (and several other friends) in the future, as well as bring women here for writing retreats and creative gatherings.
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