Lindsay

Bike Girl

Walk and bike your way to a low-carbon lifestyle.

Lindsay Curren has no intention of ending up the Scarlett O’Hara of the 21st century, dizzy and confused as neo-Rome burns. Instead, the Staunton, Virginia based writer, designer and high-heeled survivalist edits Transition Voice, the online magazine on peak oil and the coming life of earthy labor and, hopefully, sexy corsets — or rather, nicer manners.

Because conservation is the top strategy to address energy decline and climate change, she writes Lindsay’s List, a blog on conservation that’s focused on how women can make a difference by pairing lower energy consumption with a higher quality of life.

She’s also the co-founder of Transition Staunton Augusta, her local area Transition group, and Creative Director of Curren Media Group, a communications and marketing agency.

For over twenty-five years Lindsay has worked in communications, writing and editing for Virginia papers and magazines, with three years on the arts staff at The C-Ville Weekly in Charlottesville. From 2000-2006 Lindsay worked as an online discussion moderator and producer with washingtonpost.com, specializing in interactive conversations on politics, policy, and business.

Lindsay earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University and attended the University of Virginia as part of its Community Scholar program.

She’s the mother of two teen-aged daughters and an advocate for Transition and the slow living lifestyle. “Like” her page on Facebook, visit her Etsy shop, and follow her on Twitter @LindsaysList.

Writing and Speaking

Lindsay Curren has written hundreds of articles on peak oil, climate change, the Transition movement, eco-lifestyles, culture, book and film reviews, and issues in resources, energy, slow food, slow clothes, artisan crafts, and conservation. An archive of her most current work is available on Transition Voice.

Lindsay is available for speaking engagements and conferences. Please visit our contact page to make an event request and to get speaking engagement rates. Requests for media interviews can also be made through that page.

Partners

Curren Media Group

We find our inspiration in the most unusual places. Sometimes we climb trees, just to look around, and think. Image: CurrenGroup.com.

The website for Lindsay’s List and Transition Voice are created and managed by Curren Media Group, based in Staunton, Virginia, in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, southwest of Washington, DC.