Dorcas Annette Walker, a second generation hemophilia carrier, is a published author, speaker, and columnist whose cooking column, Creative Mountain Cookin, appeared weekly in the The Newport Plain Talk and Herald-Citizen. She is also a freelance magazine writer, does writer workshops, and is a photographer from Jamestown, Tennessee.
Dorcas’ life began up on the side of a mountain in Northern Pennsylvania at a small clinic where her mother was the only patient. After her entrance into the world that afternoon, the doctor went out into the woods behind the clinic and shot a deer. He declared that Dorcas brought him luck. Most of Dorcas’ life has been spent living on a mountain. She is definitely a mountain girl.
Dorcas was an editorial consultant to Hemalog for several years, a book reviewer for the Christian Library Book Journal, and her articles have been published in medical magazines and other books. She is best known for her memoir, To Say Good-bye. Dorcas has a diploma from: The Institute of Children’s Literature for writing children’s books, ICS as a personal computer specialist, Professional Career Development Institute for medical transcription, and the Tennessee Technology Center as a nurse’s technician.