Bunny McBride is an award winning author and veteran traveler who writes most often about cultural survival and wildlife conservation. Undergirding her work is a basic question: How can we all fit together with grace? She has written for international newspapers and magazines about Chinese people in the aftermath of the communist Cultural Revolution, Tuareg camel nomads in the Sahara, threatened gorillas in Rwanda and lemurs in Madagascar, Sami reindeer herders in arctic Scandinavia, Maasai cattle herders in East Africa, and Mi'kmaq basketmakers in Aroostook County, Maine. Her books include Women of the Dawn, Molly Spotted Elk: A Penobscot in Paris, and Our Lives in Our Hands: Micmac Indian Basketmakers. Co-authored titles include Indians in Eden, Asticou's Island Domain, The Audubon Field Guide to African Wildlife, and multiple editions of the textbook Cultural Anthropology: The Human Challenge. She holds an MA in Anthropology from Columbia University.