About the Groover

Keith Lyndaker Schlabach lives near Washington DC. He divides his time between writing and attempting to live out the peaceable kingdom as husband, father of two children, and friend to two dogs and a bunny.

He is the co-founder of PeaceGrooves <http://www.peacegrooves.com>, a project centered around the creation of alternative media, stories and games that reflect an Anabaptist nonviolent perspective.

In his former life, he was a singer/songwriter, poet, radio dj, photographer, carpenter, teacher, website designer, artist and generally all-round-creative-dude. Aspects of his former life continue to show up in his current life which leads him to rarely if ever be bored. To see what else he is up to feel free to visit the Other Projects section in the sidebar.

He is grateful for your presence and welcomes any comments you may have.

All ideas, images, and writing on this blog are protected by PeaceGrooves under a Creative Commons license. Please do not use without first asking for permission.

4 thoughts on “About the Groover

  1. Kathy Osborne says:

    Good to see what you are up to now, Keith! I think about you every time I pass through Harpers Ferry, though it seems you are now in Mt. Ranier. Hope you, Rachelle, and your kids (congratulations!) are doing well. Me, James, and our 20-month old son, Ian, are about to relocate so I can work on a doctorate. Best wishes to all of you!

    • jlseagull says:


      So wonderful to hear from you! Wow, it has been awhile. Thanks so much for stopping by and giving me an update. Blessings to you, James and Ian during the next stage of your journey. Stay in touch!

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