“Your word is your greatest currency. Use it carefully, truthfully, and always follow through – in all ways.” ~ Andrew Shattuck McBride (born 1960)
Andrew Shattuck McBride is a writer and poet, editor and coach, educator, dreamer, activist, and philanthropist. He styles himself as a “hope with change” agent working on transformation.
McBride’s published work includes an essay on the kahuna and poems in The Poetry Walk: Sue C. Boynton Poetry Contest, The First Five Years (2010), edited by Nancy Canyon and Anita K. Boyle, and in bottle rockets #23 (August 2010). He has poems in Dreams Wander On, edited by Robert Epstein (forthcoming).
McBride edited the prose sections of Reimagine, Poems: 1993 – 2009 by Richard Lee “Dick” Harris (2010).