About Len Edgerly
Len Edgerly, a graduate of Harvard College (1972) and the Harvard Business School (1977), has worked as a business journalist at The Providence (R.I.) Journal-Bulletin, editor of an energy magazine in Casper, Wyoming, and an executive at a natural gas company based in Denver. After early retirement, he earned a Masters in Fine Arts in poetry from Bennington College in 2003 and has served on arts policy boards, including the Western States Arts Federation, the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs, and the New England Foundation for the Arts.
In 2010 with Ken Clark, he founded E-Books for Troops, a 501(c)(3) non-profit which distributed more than 1,000 new and used Kindles to U.S. Soldiers on active duty overseas. The program was concluded in early 2015.
Edgerly’s digital blogging archive is at LenEdgerly.com, and he posts regularly at Medium and Twitter.
He launched his Kindle Chronicles podcast on July 26, 2008. Amazon featured his work in a blog post and video profilereleased in December, 2022. His Kindle Chronicles interviews have included Jeff Bezos, Margaret Atwood, James Fallows, Sam Tanenhaus, Pamela Paul, Donald Hall, Sanibel FL City Manager Dana Souza and Sanibel Police Chief William Dalton.
Edgerly and his wife Darlene are residents of Sanibel and spend summers in Maine and Massachusetts. The first episode of his Sanibel Journal podcast was released on October 26, 2022.
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