Lincoln grew up in small-town Michigan, surrounded by corn fields, apple orchards, and cool lakes perfect for swimming. He moved to Colorado over thirty years ago, drawn by the call of the Rocky Mountains and Denver's western roots. After spending a few years chasing the siren call of city lights, he came to his senses, settling down southeast of Denver within sight of the panoramic mountains and the embrace of the Eastern Plains. He lives there now with his lovely wife, spending time writing, photographing the West, riding their horses when he gets a chance, and working hayfields under the blue Colorado sky.
In the Spring of 2002, Lincoln burst onto the scene of Western writng & photography. Within a decade, thousands of pieces of his writing and photography have been published in more than 25 magazines, books, and Internet Websites - with more added on a continuing basis.
Lincoln's passion is writing about, and photographing, the horses, people, events, and settings of the Western United States. He is proud to have his work published in the following magazines and websites:
Western Horseman Magazine ~ Persimmon Hill Magazine ~
GRIT ~ The Fence Post ~ The Wrangler ~ Rodeo News ~
CowboyPoetry.com ~ The KetchPen ~ www.PhelpsSports.com ~ Prairie Times ~
Canadian Cowboy Country Magazine ~ Western Mule Magazine ~
Roundup Magazine ~ The Wyoming Companion ~ Maverick Press ~
American Western Magazine ~ Copperfield Review ~ The Horsethief's Journal ~
Hoofprints Magazine ~ British Columbia Cowboy Heritage Society ~
The Christian Sportsman ~ Echelon Press Publishing ~ "Fear Not" Anthology Book ~
The Green Tricycle ~ CleverKitty.com ~ Over the Back Fence Magazine ~
National Little Britches Rodeo Association "Rodeo News" Newsletter
Lincoln continues to write in a variety of different arenas (Non-Fiction Articles, Fiction, & Cowboy Poetry) as well as hone his photography at Western/Equestrian Events and in the natural beauty of the Western United States. There are also a few novels siting on the back burner of his computer hard drive, waiting for him to find time to finish them off. They're still waiting...