Cay Gibson, a freelance writer and storyteller, enjoys a diverse career in the literary world. A children’s literature consultant and book reviewer, she is the creator and writer of the online travel column Louisiana Passport, which focuses on the state’s art, culture, cuisine, and education. She also works as a literary magazine editor and as the director of religious education for her church parish. Her publications include numerous articles in parenting, educational, and spiritual magazines, and she is the author and publisher of several educational resource books.
Although her former careers have included secretarial work and deli managing, Gibson always has had a passion for children’s literature and storytelling. An advocate of picture books, she has given presentations at family and education conferences across the United States. In addition, she is a member of the Southwest Louisiana Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Guild and of the Bayou Writers’ Group.
Gibson graduated from McNeese State University with an associates degree in data processing. She enjoys reading, caring for her chickens, collecting picture books, traveling, camping, and spending time with her family. A lifetime resident of Louisiana, she lives in Sulphur, Louisiana, with her husband, Mark, and two of their five children.