{{lfctrl.headTitleStep1}}

{{lfctrl.headCopyStep1}}

An Email Is Headed
Your Way

We've sent a message
so you can pick a new password.

Reset Your Password

Think of a password that is at least 6 characters long.

Success! You now have a new password.

Please be sure to memorize it or write it in a safe place.



Wait!

Are you sure you want to exit?
Your password will not be reset!

{{lfctrl.notice}}


Wait!

Are you sure you don't want to finish?
You're almost done!

We are missing your email address.

Please enter your or your parent's email address. We will only use your email address to reset your password should you forget it.

Sign Up for Free E-Newsletters

(Optional)

You're Signed up for {{nlctrl.form.newsletters.join(',')}}

The next newsletter will arrive in your inbox within a few weeks.

hey, {{userData.username}}!

Edit Your Profile

SORRY!

You can only put stickers
where you see the dotted
circles.

ADD MY STICKER

WAIT!

You have to sign in,
first!

ALL SERIES
HIDE
g Go Back

Holly Peppe

Holly Peppe is a writer, editor, and PR and Global Media Strategist who promotes causes, individuals and non-profits in the U.S. and abroad through profile development, branding and media outreach. As Chief Writer and U.N. liaison for the nonprofit medical group ORBIS International, she directed public awareness campaigns about blindness in the U.S., Canada, Cuba, Nicaragua, Romania, Bulgaria, India and China. Peppe spent her former life in academia, teaching poetry and writing and directing the English department at the American College of Rome. En route to a doctorate in literature, she edited the Penguin Classics and Harper's editions of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s poems; she now serves as the poet’s Literary Executor. Peppe's own poetry, essays, translations and articles appear in various books and publications. In 2012, she published two books for young adults with Scholastic. In 2013, after working closely with Eve Branson for the better part of a decade, editing 900 pages of her diaries, Peppe published Mum’s the Word, a memoir about Eve’s life that includes her role as mother to Richard Branson, one of the world's most colorful entrepreneurs.