authors

  1. 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…
  2. Marc Blatte

    Marc Blatte

    A native New Yorker, born and raised in the Bronx, Marc Blatte is a Grammy Award nominated songwriter/producer who has worked in the forefront of the New York music scene for over thirty-five years. He also co-founded a…
  3. 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,…
  4. 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…
  5. 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…

  6. 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…
  7. Bill Carter

    Bill Carter

    Bill Carter is the author of Red Summer: The Danger and Madness of Commercial Salmon Fishing in Alaska, and Fools Rush In: A True Story of Love, War, and Redemption and the director of Miss Sarajevo, an award-winning doc…
  8. 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 …
  9. Jose Dalisay

    Jose Dalisay

    Jose Dalisay is director of the Institute of Creative Writing at the University of the Philippines and the author of more than 20 books: short story collections, plays, and essays. A recipient of the National Book Award …
  10. 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…
  11. Katherine Dunn

    Katherine Dunn

    KATHERINE DUNN has written about and reported on the sport of boxing since 1981. Her prize-winning boxing journalism has appeared in many publications from The Ring and KO Magazine to Vogue, Esquire and Playboy. Her co…
  12. 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…
  13. 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…
  14. 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…
  15. 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…
  16. Patrick Hicks

    Patrick Hicks

    Patrick Hicks is a novelist, poet, and writer of short stories, whose work has been published widely in major literary journals across the United States, Britain and Ireland.

    A native Minnesotan, Hicks has lived…
  17. Hilary Holladay

    Hilary Holladay

    Hilary Holladay is a writer and scholar of American literature who has published books on African American literature as well as the Beat Movement. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she …
  18. 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…
  19. 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…
  20. Jerry McGahan

    Jerry McGahan

    Jerry McGahan is a writer, a painter, and a photographer. He is the author of A Condor Brings the Sun and his short fiction has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Antioch Review, Georgia Review, Gray's Spo…
  21. 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…
  22. 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 …
  23. Steve Slagle

    Steve Slagle

    Author Steve Slagle is a world-renowned saxophonist, composer and arranger who has worked with Carla Bley, Mingus Big Band, Joe Lovano, Ray Barretto, Milton Nascimento and Lionel Hampton to name a few. He has arranged f…
  24. 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.
  25. Johan Steyn

    Johan Steyn

    Johan Steyn has worked and traveled extensively across Africa, and currently lives in Botswana as a surgeon in a remote rural clinic. He is a passionate aviator, mountaineer, nature photographer, and artist as well as do…
  26. Terese Svoboda

    Terese Svoboda

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

    Chandler Thompson

    Chandler Thompson acquired his translating chops in the 1960s as a Peace Corps Volunteer, then while writing news stories in English from raw copy in Spanish and French. He's covered Mexico as a stringer for The Chri…
  28. 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 …