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  • Jeanette Baker

    Jeanette Baker

    Jeanette Baker is the author of fifteen novels, many of them set in the lush countryside of Ireland where she and her husband live during the summer. For the rest of the year she resides and teaches in Southern California.
  • James Spada

    James Spada

    James Spada has been writing about Hollywood’s greatest stars for three decades and in twelve languages. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, McCall’s, the Ladies Home Journal and People. He lives in Southern California.
  • Roni Cohen-Sandler

    Roni Cohen-Sandler

    Roni Cohen-Sandler, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist specializing in parenting adolescents, mother-daughter relationships, and learning disorders. She is the author of three books, has served as an expert on national media such as The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS News and National Public Radio, and is frequently interviewed by such periodicals as Newsweek, The New York Times, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe, Family Circle, Redbook and Glamour. Her private practice is in Connecticut.
  • Ken Eulo

    Ken Eulo

    Ken Eulo is the author of thirteen novels, five of which were national bestsellers and sold over thirteen million copies. He has also written for several television series. As a Eugene O’Neill-award-winning playwright, his work has been produced on Broadway and at Lincoln Center in New York and at such regional theatres as Hartford Stage, Long Wharf Theatre, The Goodman Theatre in Chicago and Arena Stage in Washington DC. He divides his time between Orlando and New York City.
  • Farah Jasmine Griffin

    Farah Jasmine Griffin

    Farah Griffin is is a professor of English, comparative literature and African-American studies at Columbia and the director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies, also at Columbia. She grew up in Philadelphia, graduated from Harvard and received her doctoral degree in American studies from Yale University. Farah has written five books about music, literature and history and has collaborated on many others. She has frequently been heard as a commentator on National Public Radio.
  • Otto Friedrich

    Otto Friedrich

    Sixteen-year-old Otto Friedrich started hitch-hiking from Boston in search of a newspaper job and found one in Des Moines, Iowa, launching a writing career that took him to Stars & Stripes, The Saturday Evening Post, United Press International, the New York Daily News and Newsweek before he settled permanently at Time. Otto wrote and edited hundreds of stories and articles over his career, but he also wrote at night, publishing two novels, nine children’s books, two collections of essays, four biographies, three books of investigative journalism and four monumental works which secured his place as one of the world’s greatest cultural historians
  • Harold Schecter

    Harold Schecter

    Harold Schechter is a professor of American Literature and culture at Queens College, the City University of New York, and as the American Library Association writes, ”made his bones writing true crime.” His “solid grasp of evil’s psychological underpinnings” permeate the Edgar Allen Poe mysteries.
  • Betty White

    Betty White

    Betty White has won 7 Emmys, 3 Screen Actors Guild and 3 American Comedy Awards for her roles on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Golden Girls, Boston Legal and Hot in Cleveland, and for such movies as The Proposal. “I reread BETTY WHITE IN PERSON and I was fascinated, naturally―because it was about me. But I was also intrigued by my perspective of TV twenty-five years ago, little dreaming that this old broad would still be hanging around and still be in the same business, and talking about an electronic edition of the book!” You can tell Betty what you think of the book here.
  • Wayne Muller

    Wayne Muller

    Wayne Muller is a therapist, minister and author of several bestselling books. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, Wayne has spent the last thirty-five years working with people suffering abuse, alcoholism, illness and loss, and also working with small groups from organizations and corporations to help clarify inner sense of meaning and purpose during personal and professional transitions. He is co-founder of The Institute of the Southwest.
  • Da'Shawn Mosley

    Da'Shawn Mosley

    Da’Shawn Mosley’s poems and essays have been included in publications such as the Best Teen Writing of 2011. An excerpt from one of his essays was installed in an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, and a poem of his was published by the author David Levithan in the anthology What We Remember, What We Forget: The Best Young Artists and Writers in America. He was chosen as one of twenty United States Presidential Scholars in the Arts of 2012 by a commission of the White House and the U.S. Department of Education. A graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, a public residential high school for emerging artists, Da’Shawn is also an alum of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and YoungArts. He is currently attending the University of Chicago.