Steven Law is a poet, essayist and storyteller. He’s the author of "Polished", a collection of poems about exploring the Colorado Plateau by foot and by raft.
He is host and co-producer of Poetry Snaps!, a weekly radio segment highlighting working poets of the Colorado Plateau and American Southwest, for KNAU, Flagstaff, Arizona's NPR station.
He’s a Contributing Writer for Panorama: the Journal of Intelligent Travel, and Gateway magazine. He writes an occasional travel column called, Gone and an occasional opinion column called American Dreamer, for The Lake Powell Chronicle, a newspaper in northern Arizona.
He's the founder and producer of The Grand Circle Storytelling Festival, an annual storytelling festival in Page, Arizona.
His travel writing has won numerous Gold and Silver awards at the Travelers Tales Solas Awards for Best Travel Writing. He has received numerous awards from the Arizona Newspaper Association for his feature and opinion writing.
Steven Law has worked as a farmer, short-order cook, waiter, journalist, travel writer, newspaper editor, magazine editor, Grand Canyon river guide, overland guide, and public relations director.
In the spring of 2000, he successfully completed a 40-day solo transformational journey in the deserts of southern Utah.
He is a Master of Sabaku Yoku meditation.
He lives in northern Arizona with his wife and two daughters.