Steven McFadden


A native of New England, Steven McFadden now makes his home in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he serves as director of Chiron Communications, and continues his work as a writer, a keynote speaker, a counselor, and a healer.

Steven is the author of seven other non-fiction books, including: Legend of the Rainbow Warriors; Profiles in Wisdom; The Little Book of Native American Wisdom; Teach Us To Number Our Days, and the epic, nonfiction saga of North America: Odyssey of the 8th Fire. He is c-author of Farms of Tomorrow; and Farms of Tomorrow Revisited, He has reported on the growth and development of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) in America since its inception in 1986.

A 1975 graduate of Boston University with a degree in journalism, Steven worked in newspapers and magazines for several years before turning his hand to writing books, and to teaching business writing. He founded Chiron Communications in the 1980s, but rested the enterprise in the 1990s while he served as National Coordinator for the annual Earth Day Celebration, and later as director of The Wisdom Conservancy at Merriam Hill Education Center in Greenville, New Hampshire.

A Reiki Master of long standing, he has taught the Reiki healing techniques to hundreds of students across North and Central America. He helped John Harvey Gray and Lourdes Gray, Ph.D. write Hand to Hand: The Longest Practicing Reiki Master Tells His Story.

Steven McFadden
Chiron Communications
1519 “F” St. #4
Lincoln, NE 68508 U.S.A.

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