About the blog
The Living Freedom blog began in January 2010 on the website of Backwoods Home magazine. In August 2016, it came here to its own dedicated site. The theme of Living Freedom is just that: finding freedom within ourselves and within this increasingly unfree world. Of course, the blog also contains some general news, rants, and cute pet pictures. No blog would be complete without those.
About Claire Wolfe
Claire hit the hemi-demi-semi-quasi-pseudo big time in late 1996 with her book 101 Things to Do ‘Til the Revolution. That was followed by a number of other books including the young adult novel Rebelfire: Out of the Gray Zone (co-authored with the late Aaron Zelman) and the successor to 101 Things, The Freedom Outlaws Handbook.
Claire is a free-market anarchist hermit who lives in the rural Pacific NorthWET with the enduring spirits of dogs past, especially Jasmine, Robbie, and Ava. Not to mention one seriously outnumbered cat. When not writing, walking in the woods, or being an idle layabout, she curses and tears her hair out over a house she bought for $10,000 and will spend the rest of her life fixing up (with more than a little help from her friends).