KIMBERLY J. DALFERES
Kimberly “Kimba” Dalferes is a native Floridian who pretends to be a Virginian. She’s an accomplished king salmon slayer, estate sale junkie, and sometimes writes books, including I Was In Love With a Short Man Once and Magic Fishing Panties and her recent 2-book bundle Crazy Southern Irish Gal. Dalferes’ essays have been featured in diverse publications, such as The Roanoke Times, Feisty After 45, Reflections On Smith Mountain Lake, BonBon Break, and the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop. Dalferes’ humor column, "Dock Tale Hour", has been featured in Laker Magazine since 2014. She’s also had a limerick published in The Washington Post, which she emphatically claims as a legitimate publication cred. You can find her hanging out in The Middle-Aged Cheap Seats—her blog.