Martha Twombly spent summers on Newfound Lake in New Hampshire at the log cabin her grandfather built in the 1930s. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology, and a Master's Degree in Environmental Communications from Antioch University New England. Most recently she hails from Cape Cod where she was an environmental and regulatory planner for the Cape Cod Commission. Prior to that Martha was managing editor for Chelsea Green Publishing, an environmental publisher. Martha edited Whole Terrain Volume 6.
- Shaping a Living Democracy (An Interview with Frances Moore Lappe and Dr. Paul Martin DuBois) (Vol. 6 Pg. 28 )
- The Art of Collaboration (An Interview with Daniel Kemmis) (Vol. 6 Pg. 39 )
- Introduction: Creative Collaborations (Vol. 6 Pg. 2)