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John McWhorter

John McWhorter writes for various publications on language difficulties and race issues such as CNN, the Wall Street Journal, the Beast, Time, and the Atlantic, and educates music history, philosophy, and linguistics at Columbia University. He told his mother he wanted to be an "publication writer" if he was five, and so is glad that it worked out.

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Sean Wilentz

Sean Wilentz is the George Henry Davis 1886 Professor of History at Princeton University.

He received his Ph.D. in history from Yale University (1980) later getting bachelor’s degrees from Columbia University (1972) and Balliol College, Oxford University (1974). He is the author or editor of thirteen books, including The Rise of American Democracy: Jefferson to Lincoln (2005), that has been awarded the Bancroft Prize and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. His writings on music have earned him 2 Deems-Taylor-ASCAP awards and two Grammy nominations. (He also holds the semi-facetious title of Historian-in-Residence in Bob Dylan's official site, www.bobdylan.com.) Professor Wilentz lectures regularly and has composed some four hundred articles, testimonials, and op-ed pieces for publications like the New York Review of Books, the New Yorker, the New York Times Book Review, the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, Le Monde, and Dissent. He has helped organize speeches and congressional testimony, most especially his own testimony before the House Judiciary Committee in conjunction. He spent the academic year 2014-15 as the Leah and Michael Weisberg Fellow at the New-York Historical Society along with the Siemens Berlin Prize Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. He also delivered the Yearly Nathan I. Huggins Lectures at Harvard, which he is currently preparing for publication because " No Property in Man": The Origins of American Antislavery Politics.

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Anne Tyler

Anne Tyler was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1941 and grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. This is her 17th novel. Her 11th, Breathing Lessons, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1988. A member of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, she lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Ruth Goodman

Ruth Goodman is a historian of social and national life. She has proposed that that the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Globe Theatre and introduced a number of BBC television show. She lives in England.

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Tami D. Cowden

Tami Cowden lives and writes in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Her first novel, Cruising for Love, won a Golden Heart out of Romance Writers of America, and was published initially by Avalon. It's currently available from Montlake Romance.

Tami is also the coauthor of The Complete Writers Guide to Heroes and Heroines: Sixteen Master Archetypes, a manual to characterization for writers. Tami has presented writing applications on characterization, plotting and spectacle building at more than 100 writing conventions and retreats, in addition to online. Due to popular demand, she authored a follow up book, Fallen Heroes: Sixteen Villain Archetypes.


A lawyer by day, she's currently working on a mystery series about a divorce attorney who inherits a vegas wedding chapel. Tami resides in Las Vegas with her husband, two basset hounds, and four cats.

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Jeff Cox

For the first eight years of my entire life, I was a suburban kid in Manhasset, New York. We moved to the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania where I swim in pristine waters of creeks, fish, eat foods, and learned to hunt. I then lived in Manhattan. So I'm at home nearly everywhere. My adventures in the country, though, were the most crucial, where I developed a love of gardening and landscaping leading me on Organic Gardening magazine through magazine and newspaper job. Now I'm the restaurant reviewer for the paper of record, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat of Northern California and a wine writer for all magazines, here in the heart of the Wine Country. I am also a contributing editor to The Wine News and Horticulture publications. I have written 18 books about food, wine, and gardening,--many of which are available on Amazon.

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