“The mountain so majestic and beautiful can never look down and stand in awe of the meandering river which stretches around it, and the tree cannot move to explore the rest of the forest, but I can- I am designed to fully take in everything around me- to run free, take it all in. I can go where I want and commune with what I want. I am the most free of all creation, and therefore perhaps I am the most wild.” – Joshua Hodge
Joshua Hodge is a teacher, writer, and adventure seeker. His literary works are diverse: a mystery novel, a memoir of traveling the National Parks, a Spanish children’s book, a photograph collection from Appalachia, and most recently his historical look into Theodore Roosevelt during the Holidays.
Originally a Chicago native, Hodge now resides in central Kentucky in the Bluegrass region where he teaches in elementary school. During the summer he spends his time traveling the United States and Canada and working at Glacier National Park in Montana. Along with his books, he has an educational Youtube channel, Spanish Erizo, with over 1 million views, and a blog documenting his extensive adventures in the National Parks and the beautiful wild.
Hodge completed his undergraduate degree in Spanish education at Asbury University and La Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. He has a Master of Arts in Education degree in Literacy.
Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Joshua-Hodge/e/B07L533J2Y