authors

  1. Magela Baudoin

    Magela Baudoin

    Author Magela Baudoin is a journalist, writer and professor who lives in La Paz, Bolivia. Throughout her 20 years in journalism, she has published articles, reports, interviews and columns in different newspapers, weekli…
  2. Glenn Berger

    Glenn Berger

    In 1973, at eighteen years of age, Glenn Berger began his apprenticeship at New York's world-class A & R Recording Studios under the tutelage of legendary music producer Phil Ramone. Quickly rising to prominence as a rec…
  3. Michael Bobelian

    Michael Bobelian

    Michael Bobelian is an award-winning author, lawyer, and journalist whose work has covered issues ranging from legal affairs to corporate wrongdoing to human rights. His first book, Children of Armenia: A Forgotten Geno…
  4. Alida Brill

    Alida Brill

    Alida Brill is a feminist social critic. She has written and spoken on such diverse topics as medical and sexual privacy, the ethics surrounding the right to die, the role of gender during periods of economic transition,…
  5. Margaret Broucek

    Margaret Broucek

    Margaret Broucek is a filmmaker and playwright whose works have appeared Off-Broadway and in festivals in the U.S. and Europe. She has had short stories published in the anthologies Sudden Fiction, Conti…
  6. Bryher

    Bryher

    Bryher, née Winifred Ellerman, (1894-1983) was an author, philanthropist and activist who published several historical novels, of which Beowulf is the first, originally published in France in 1948 and subsequently…
  7. Edward Butscher

    Edward Butscher

    Edward Butscher is a highly regarded poet and critic whose works have appeared in numerous literary journals and publications, including The Saturday Review of Literature, Georgia Review, Newsday, and the American Book R…
  8. Héctor Aguilar Camín

    Héctor Aguilar Camín

    Héctor Aguilar Camín (born July 9, 1946 in Chetumal) is a Mexican writer, journalist and historian, and author of several novels, among them Death in Veracruz and Galio's War, of which A…

  9. Ron Capps

    Ron Capps

    Ron Capps is the founder and director of the Veterans Writing Project, a non-profit program that provides no-cost writing seminars and workshops for veterans, service members, and their family members. He is the curricul…
  10. Mark Christensen

    Mark Christensen

    Mark Christensen, a native of Oregon, is a journalist and author of several books, both fiction and non-fiction. His published works include THE SWEEPS: Behind the Scenes of Network TV, BUILD THE PERFECT BEAST, and most …
  11. Louis-Philippe Dalembert

    Louis-Philippe Dalembert

    Louis-Philippe Dalembert is a Haitian poet and novelist, who writes in both French and Haitian creole. His works have been translated into several languages. He now divides his home between Paris and Port-au-Prince.
  12. Emil DeAndreis

    Emil DeAndreis

    Emil DeAndreis is the author of Beyond Folly (Blue Cubicle Press). He is a high school baseball coach, and he teaches English at College of San Mateo, where he also coaches baseball. He lives in San Francisco with his wi…
  13. Emmanuel Dongala

    Emmanuel Dongala

    Born 1941, Emmanuel Dongala is a Congolese chemist and novelist. The former Dean of the Marien Ngouabi University in Brazzaville, Dongala was forced to flee to the United States from Congo when civil war broke out in 199…
  14. Dwayne Epstein

    Dwayne Epstein

    Dwayne Epstein is the author of a number of young adult biographies, covering such celebrity personalities as Adam Sandler, Will Ferrell, Hilary Swank, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton and Denzel Washington for Lucent Books…
  15. Alice B. Fogel

    Alice B. Fogel

    Alice B. Fogel is the poet laureate of New Hampshire and author of three previous poetry collections, most recently Be That Empty, a National Poetry Foundation bestseller, and the acclaimed guide to reading and appreciat…
  16. James Gallant

    James Gallant

    James Gallant is an Ohio native and has lived in the South for over thirty years. He plays classical guitar and is the author of Verisimilitudes: Essays and Approximations, The Big Bust at Tyrone's Rooming House: A Novel…
  17. Yasmine Ghata

    Yasmine Ghata

    YASMINE GHATA was born in Paris in 1975, and is the author of three previous novels, the most famous of which is The Night of the Calligraphers (2004), based on the life of her paternal grandmother, that became a best…
  18. Michael Graham

    Michael Graham

    Author Mike Graham worked in Air Force counter-intelligence during the Vietnam era, then as an award-winning crime reporter. Later, he became a criminal investigator, and investigative journalist before becoming a screen…
  19. Todd Grimson

    Todd Grimson

    Todd Grimson was born in 1952 in Seattle and moved to Portland, Oregon at an early age. At the age of 22, having gone through all kinds of dead-end employment, Grimson took a civil service exam and ended up working at t…
  20. Steven Guarnaccia

    Steven Guarnaccia

    Steven Guarnaccia is an illustrator and designer, and Associate Professor of Illustration at Parsons The New School for Design, where he was the director of the Illustration Program from 2004-2011. He was previously the …
  21. William Irvine

    William Irvine

    William Irvine is the author of Madam I'm Adam and If I Had a Hi-Fi. An editor and writer and avid logophile, he has also contributed articles on language, social history, architecture, and design to The New York Times, …
  22. Michael D. Lockshin, M.D.

    Michael D. Lockshin, M.D.

    Michael Lockshin, M.D. is one of the world's leading experts in the long-term care of chronically ill patients. He is the Director of the Barbara Volcker Center for Women and Rheumatic Disease at the Hospital for Special…
  23. James Lough

    James Lough

    James Lough is the former director of the creative writing program at Savannah College of Art and Design, where he currently teaches full-time. He is the author of Sites of Insight, which won the Colorado Endowment of Hu…
  24. Tryno Maldonado

    Tryno Maldonado

    Considered by critics to be one of the most promising voices in contemporary Mexican literature, Tryno Maldonado was born in 1977 in Zacatecas, México. He has contributed to some of the most important publications…
  25. Henry Martin

    Henry Martin

    Henry Martin is an award-winning Irish writer. His plays have featured at Project Arts Centre, Roundhouse, Underbelly, Arcola, Theatre503, and Belltable; his fiction and poetry is published in Ireland, Mexico, USA and UK…
  26. Carol E. Miller

    Carol E. Miller

    Carol E. Miller holds a PhD in English and creative writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. A former college professor and administrator, she currently runs a commercial copywriting business in the San Franci…
  27. Terry Moore

    Terry Moore

    Terry Moore is a renowned photographer of architecture, landscapes and Americana, and has traveled and photographed American roadscapes and Rte. 66 for over 50 years. He is the published author of several books and his w…
  28. Sandell Morse

    Sandell Morse

    Sandell Morse is a non-fiction writer whose works have appeared in several major literary magazines, including Ascent, Ploughshares, and Solstice. She has received a Notable Mention in the Best American Essays 2013, and…
  29. Yehuda Nir

    Yehuda Nir

    Yehuda Nir was an associate professor of psychiatry at Cornell University Medical Center. In addition to THE LOST CHILDHOOD, he is co-author with his wife Dr. Bonnie Maslin of PATTERNS OF HEARTBREAK: How to Stop Finding …
  30. Patricia Ratto

    Patricia Ratto

    Patricia Ratto is an Argentine writer and teacher. She is the author of the novels Pequeños hombres blancos (Little White Men, 2006), Nudos (Knots, 2008), and Trasfondo (Background, 2012) and the story collecti…
  31. Joe Sacksteder

    Joe Sacksteder

    Joe Sacksteder is the author of the short story collection Make/Shift (Sarabande Books) and the album Fugitive Traces (Punctum Books). His writing has appeared in Salt Hill, Ninth Letter, Denver Quarterly, The Rumpus, an…
  32. Corine Sombrun

    Corine Sombrun

    Corine Sombrun is the author of several books, including Journal of A Shaman's Apprentice(2002) In the Footsteps of Geronimo (2008), and Spirits of the Steppe: With the Last Shamans of Mongolia (2012).
  33. Alex Stein

    Alex Stein

    Alex Stein is the author of two books of interviews, The Artist as Mystic: Conversations with Yahia Lababidi, and Made-Up Interviews with Imaginary Artists. He works at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
  34. Almir Narayamoga Suruí

    Almir Narayamoga Suruí

    Chief Almir Narayamoga Suruí, chieftain of the Paiter Surui people of the Rondonia region of the Amazon rainforest, has been a leader in the fight to save the earth's largest remaining rainforest, and has utilized…
  35. Terese Svoboda

    Terese Svoboda

    Terese Svoboda (www.teresesvoboda.com) is an American poet, novelist, memoirist, short story writer, librettist, translator, biographer, critic, and videomaker. …
  36. Sylvia Torti

    Sylvia Torti

    Sylvia Torti is the author of The Scorpion's Tail, a Miguel Marmol Award winner. She holds a Ph.D. in biology and is Adjunct Professor in biology, as well as current Dean of the Honors College at the University …
  37. Lyonel Trouillot

    Lyonel Trouillot

    Lyonel Trouillot is a novelist and poet in French and Haitian Creole, as well as a journalist and professor of French and Creole literature in Port-au-Prince. In addition to publishing poetry, he also writes song lyrics …
  38. B.A. Van Sise

    B.A. Van Sise

    A frequent contributor to Buzzfeed, B.A. Van Sise is also a travel and features photographers. He has been a staffer for Newsday and AOL CityGuide, and his work has been featur…