Lee Romsa is a native of Wyoming. He holds BS and MPA degrees from the University of Wyoming. He has had a widely varied career, ranging from working as a cowboy, a teacher, 4-H agent, Governor’s staffer, to serving as a commissioner of a state agency. He has several work-related publications in a variety of sources. Lee grew up on a farm and ranch that has been in his family for generations and still enjoys an active outdoor lifestyle. He devotes much of his time to teaching and mentoring youth in his community. He is an avid reader and amateur historian. Ghosts is all about hope and renewal in the midst of great adversity. Lee and his family make their home in Cheyenne, Wyoming.