Novelist | Speaker | Adventurer

A 1960’s stewardess maneuvers between the high-flying allure of travel and the burgeoning women’s movement.

Judi Kundert

About Judy

Books opened new worlds to me. When I was a kid, some of my favorite books were Little Women, Nancy Drew, Wuthering Heights, and Jane Eyre. Later I turned to Willa Cather, Sinclair Lewis, Faulkner, and Hemingway. Books opened my mind to a magical world.

About Sky Queen

KATHERINE ROEBLING, a young woman from Chippewa Falls, WI, embarks on a journey from her quiet academic life studying anthropology at Beloit College to taste the Jet Age.

The era of rapid social change ushered in by faster and bigger jet engines, created stewardesses as the glamour girls. Airlines market these young women as the jet goddess hostess trained to pamper male passengers, mix their martinis, and calm their fears of flying. On the ground, these jet goddesses become freedom warriors poised to lead a revolution.

Judy's Blog

How do the Mayans contribute to you today?

January 11, 2019

We’re busy with our high-tech world and often neglect to pause and examine how this ancient culture contributes to our life today.       It may be surprising to discover how the Mayan world thrives in our 21st-century world. We find their gifts to…