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Our authors have won the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, Guggenheim Fellowship, National Book Critics Circle Award, Financial Times Book of the Year Award, and McKinsey Business Book of the Year, PEN/Hemingway, Pushcart Prize, Whiting Writer’s Award, Nobel Peace Prize, as well as the Tony, Grammy, Emmy, and Academy awards.

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Forthcoming from Yale
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Benjamin Taylor is the author of several novels, a short biography of Proust, and two memoirs, including “Here We Are” about his long friendship with Philip Roth.

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Forthcoming from Dutton
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James Egner is the Television Editor for the New York Times.

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Aaddam
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Safia El Aaddam is a writer and activist, with a particular focus on mental health, migration and socially excluded minorities. She is one of the most important voices on antiracism in Spain today, with a huge social media following, especially on Instagram and TikTok. Daughter of Inmigrants is her first novel.

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Abdi
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A Somalian human rights activist and physician, Dr. Hawa Abdi is the founder of The Dr. Hawa Abdi Foundation, which provides healthcare, food, and shelter to 90,000 displaced Somalis. In 2012, Dr. Abdi was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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Abdoo
Forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Matt Abdoo was the Chef de Cuisine of Del Posto, under whose tenure the restaurant received a coveted four-star review from The New York Times and the Relais & Chateaux distinction. Prior to opening his own restaurants, Matt first earned his BBQ chops during his time working on America's highly competitive barbecue circuit with team Salty Rinse, who received the 2nd place medal for Whole Hog in 2015 and the 1st place medal for Best Sauce (Mustard) at the annual Memphis in May World Championship. Matt is a frequent guest chef on The Today Show, has appeared on many national cooking shows, and is the Executive Chef and a Co-Owner of Pig Beach.

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Abramović
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The "Grandmother of Performance Art," Abramović has presented her work with performances, sound, photography, video, and sculpture in solo exhibitions at major institutions in the U.S. and Europe. She was also the subject of a major retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, "The Artist is Present," in 2010.

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Academy
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The How to: Academy provides compact books and courses for people who think big. They run day workshops, evening events, midnight master-classes, business breakfasts, dinner-debates, weekend courses, three-month writing groups and will shortly be streaming many courses on-line.

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Ackerman
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An award-winning journalist and writer, Ruthie Ackerman is an in-demand book coach and teaches writing workshops for individuals and corporations. She was most recently the Deputy Editor at ForbesWomen. The recipient of a Pulitzer Center on Crisis Writing Fellowship and Johns Hopkins International Reporting Fellowship, her work has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Salon, and The San Francisco Chronicle among others.

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Adams
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Tim Adams is Lead Feature Writer at the Observer. He has written cover stories for TheNew York TimesMagazine, Granta and Bloomberg Businessweek. He received the One World Media press award last year and in 2014 was named ‘Arts and Culture Writer of the Year’ by the Foreign Press Association.

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Adams
Forthcoming from Astra House

William Lee Adams is a Vietnamese-American broadcaster and journalist based in London, where he currently presents the BBC Minute — the flagship youth news program from the BBC World Service. He is best known as the founder and face of Wiwibloggs, the world’s most-followed independent Eurovision blog and YouTube channel. Wild Dances is his first book.

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Victoria M. Adams has worked in the animation industry for many years. She currently lives in North London with her husband and daughter.

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Adams
Forthcoming from Tiny Reparations
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Char Adams is a reporter for NBC News’ BLK, covering race, gender, and class. She has thoughtfully covered everything from the criminal legal system to racial discrimination in big tech. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Republic, Teen Vogue, People Magazine and elsewhere. She hosted COVID University New York, one of the first podcasts to chronicle the Covid-19 pandemic in New York City. She is from Philadelphia and now lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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Addis
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Michael Addis is the Director of the Psychology Department at Clark University. He is the author of a book on male psychology titled Invisible Men (Henry Holt).

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Adner
Forthcoming from MIT Press
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Ron Adner is an award-winning professor of strategy at the Tuck School and the author of The Wide Lens. His research and teaching focus on innovation, strategy, and entrepreneurship and his work introduces a new perspective on the relationship among firms, customers, and the broader "innovation ecosystems" in which they interact to create value.

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Agbaimoni
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Luke Agbaimoni is a designer and photographer based in London

His latest project, tubemapper.com, was featured live on London BBC News, YouTube, The Londonist, The Evening Standard and in various other media outlets. The Tube Mapper project captures moments of subconscious recognition and overlooked interests, showcasing images that can be seen near or at every London tube station.

Follow Luke’s journey underground and rediscover a world that we may know, but through eyes seeking to perceive it in a unique and visually refreshing way.

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Aguirre

Lauren Aguirre is a science journalist with more than thirty years of experience as a staff member for the PBS series NOVA, where she served as a documentary producer, science editor, and director of digital content. Aguirre has covered topics as diverse as art restoration, human origins, and cybersecurity, but her abiding fascination is neuroscience. Her written work has appeared online in STAT, Undark, The Atlantic, Scientific American, and the PBS website. She graduated from MIT and lives in the Boston area.

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Ahamed
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Winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for History for his book Lords of Finance, Ahamed is a former economist at the World Bank. Lords of Finance was a New York Times Bestseller and was chosen as one of The New Yorker’s top 20 nonfiction books of 2009, and one of the New York Times’s top 10 books of 2009.

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Ahlqvist
Forthcoming from Princeton Architectural Press
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Emma Ahlqvist is an artist and writer born in Sweden and based in Scotland. She is a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art and mother to a four-year-old son, Tor, and two-year-old daughter, Runa. Her illustrations have appeared in The Guardian and elsewhere, and her work on motherhood, which she shares on Instagram at @emmajahlqvist, has been featured by myriad websites and social media feeds. In 2017, Emma published a graphic novel in Swedish, Ta mig härifrån (I'm Leaving Soon). Her first book in English is forthcoming from Princeton Architectural Press.

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Ahluwalia
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Ahuja
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Dr. Simone Ahuja is the founder of Blood Orange, an innovation and strategy consultancy and an advisor to global entrepreneurs and corporate ’intrapreneurs.’

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Ahuvia
Forthcoming from Little, Brown Spark
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Professor of Marketing at the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business, Aaron Ahuvia is one of the leading experts in the world on consumer behavior. The winner of the Consumer Brand Relationships Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Industry Impact, he studies how and why we love our favorite possessions, brands and activities.

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Ajami
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Fouad Ajami, an internationally renowned scholar and writer, was Director of the Middle East Studies Program at Johns Hopkins University, a recipient of a MacArthur genius grant, a founding member of The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa, a recipient of the National Humanities Medal, and author of several books including, most recently, The Foreigner’s Gift: The Americans, the Arabs, and the Iraqis (Free Press).

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Akhtar
Forthcoming from Thomas and Mercer
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Amina Akhtar is a former fashion writer and editor. Her satirical first novel, FashionVictim, drew rave reviews and acclaim, and was covered in TheWall Street Journal, Forbes, Martha StewartLiving, Fashionista, Entertainment Weekly, BookRiot, Crime Reads and more. Amina’s worked at Vogue, Elle.com, Style.com, NYTimes.com, and NYMag.com, where she was the founding editor of The Cut blog. She’s written for numerous publications, including Yahoo Style, Fashionista, xoJane, Refinery29, Billboard, and more. She currently lives not too far from the Sedona vortexes. This is her second novel.

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Akst
Forthcoming from Melville House Press
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Daniel Akst is an author, critic and journalist who has written for the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe and other leading publications. He is the author of four previous books of fiction and nonfiction, including the novel St. Burl’s Obituary, a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award. Akst has worked on staff at the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, and Newsday and served on the board of the National Book Critics Circle. He is a visiting instructor in the humanities at Bard College, where he’s also taught as part of the Bard Prison Initiative. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and lives in New York’s bucolic Hudson Valley.

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Alagona
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Peter Alagona is an environmental historian, conservation scientist, and Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He’s the author of The Accidental Ecosystem (University of California Press), and his work on grizzly bears has been covered by NPR, Pacific Standard, the New York Times, and more.

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Albert
Forthcoming from Clash Books
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Elisa Albert is the author of After Birth (2015), The Book of Dahlia (2008), How This Night is Different (2006), and the editor of the anthology Freud’s Blind Spot (2010). Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Tin House, The New York Times, Post Road, The Guardian, Gulf Coast, Los Angeles Review of Books, The Believer, The Rumpus, Time Magazine, on NPR, and in many anthologies. Albert grew up in Los Angeles and received an MFA from Columbia University. Her next novel, Human Blues, is forthcoming from Avid Reader Press in 2022.

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Albright
Forthcoming from Countryman Press
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Mary Beth Albright is a food expert and writer with The Washington Post, and a Food Network Star and Iron Chef America Finalist. Before working at the Post, she worked with legendary Surgeon General C. Everett Koop on health and food issues, and attended Georgetown Law School (graduating cum laude), where she advised on food systems and managed a White House initiative. She also worked at the D.C law firm of Williams & Connolly and Roll Call, the oldest Capitol Hill newspaper. Mary Beth is a frequent panel moderator, including for the U.S. State Department and the Smithsonian, and her food-judging expertise is sought regularly, including the time she ate 2,000 foods in three days to judge the Outstanding New Products Awards. She is an elected member of Les Dames d'Escoffier, an esteemed group of women in the culinary professions, which counts Julia Child among its alumnae. Mary Beth lives in Washington, D.C.

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Beloved author of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott wrote her first novel, The Inheritance, when she was seventeen. The discovery and publication of the lost manuscript was a literary cause célèbre and became the basis for a CBS Sunday Night Movie. Aevitas Creative Management represents Louisa May Alcott’s literary estate.

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Alcántara
Forthcoming from Philomel
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Jacqueline Alcántara is the award winning illustrator of The Field and its companion Climb On!, both written by Baptiste Paul, Freedom Soup, written by New York Times bestselling author Tami Charles, Jump at the Sun, written by Newbery honoree Alicia D. Williams, and Your Mama, written by NoNieqa Ramos, which was a finalist for the Kirkus Prize. Her works have received multiple starred reviews and been named Best Books of the Year by Kirkus, School Library Journal, Shelf Awareness and The Horn Book, among others. Forthcoming books including Jam, too? written by JaNay Brown-Wood, Ordinary Days, written by Angela Joy, Wifredo’s Jungle, written by Newbery honoree Margarita Engle, and Tíos and Primos her debut as author and illustrator.

 

Jacqueline created the artwork for the Chicago Women’s March “Ladies Marching” poster, and has done editorial work for the Obama Foundation, NPR, The Chicago Reader, The Chicago Foundation for Women, The Southern Poverty Law Center, Elle Decor, and the University of Chicago, among others. She spends her days drawing, teaching, rehabbing houses, and adventuring with her dogs. She is fueled by dance music, carbs and coffee, and has a boundless interest in learning new skills and taking on new challenges.

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Alderman
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Lesley Alderman is a longtime writer, editor, and television correspondent and acclaimed author of The Book of Times: From Seconds to Centuries, a Compendium of Measures (William Morrow).

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Aldred
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James Aldred is the celebrated author of The Man Who Climbs Trees, and EMMY winning documentary wildlife cameraman. He works with TV and production companies around the world including the BBC and National Geographic. He has worked with Sir David Attenborough on numerous projects including Life of Mammals and Planet Earth and been nominated for BAFTA/RTS awards many times.

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Aldred
Forthcoming from Templar Books
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James Aldred is an Emmy-award winning documentary cameraman specialising in natural history and filming at height on ropes. He regularly works for the BBC, National Geographic, and Discovery, often with Sir David Attenborough. He is the author of acclaimed book The Man Who Climbs Trees, about which the Times Literary Supplement wrote, "He is that best of things, a romantic realist... clearly a master of his craft, he has the matter of fact tone of true adventurers." James also writes and makes natural history radio programmes.

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Alegre
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Susie Alegre is an author and international human rights lawyer. She brings her background in literature and philosophy to her writing on the law.  Her ground breaking work exploring the right to freedom of thought in the digital age was featured in the Radio 4 documentary series “Forum Internum”. She is an Associate Tenant at Doughty Street Chambers, a Research Fellow at the University of Roehampton.

Originally from the Isle of Man she has lived and worked all over the world in Europe, Latin America and East Africa and is fluent in French and Spanish.

For more information visit www.susiealegre.com

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Alexander
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Kevin Alexander is the James Beard Award-winning Writer at Large for Thrillist. He lives north of San Francisco and has icy cold blue eyes.

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Ali

Muhammad Ali's core principles of confidence, conviction, dedication, giving, respect, and spirituality guided him and made him one of the most beloved symbols of peace and well-being in America and the world.First known for boxing, and later for his conscientious stance on the Vietnam War draft, Ali focused his awareness of the needs of his fellow citizens and those in the developing world to direct his good work. In addition to challenging racial and religious preconceptions at home, he served as a symbol of hope and a catalyst for constructive international dialogue, delivered sorely-needed medical supplies to an embargoed Cuba, provided more than 22 million meals to the world’s hungry, and helped secure the release of fifteen U.S. hostages from Iraq during the first Gulf War. The United Nations named him a Messenger of Peace, and he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, as well as Amnesty International’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In September 2012, he was the recipient of the prestigious National Constitution Center Liberty Medal.Among his many projects, Muhammad cofounded the Muhammad Ali Center with his wife Lonnie, and contributed substantially to the awareness and research efforts regarding Parkinson’s disease.

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Rahaman Ali, Muhammad Ali's only sibling, grew up in Louisville and spent all his life in his famous brother's shadow. He also boxed professionally and acted as his brother's personal bodyguard throughout the world heavyweight champion's career.

An integral part of the Ali legacy, the author has appeared in numerous documentaries on The Greatest.

He lives in Louisville with his wife Caroline.

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Allen
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Jonathan Allen is a senior political analyst with NBC News digital. A winner of the Dirksen and Hume awards for reporting, he was previously the White House bureau chief for Politico and the Washington bureau chief for Bloomberg News.

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Allen
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Keegan Allen is a star of the ensemble-cast show "Pretty Little Liars" on ABC Family, as well as multiple forthcoming films. An amateur photographer, poet, and musician, Allen resides in Los Angeles. Life.Love.Beauty is his first book.

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As a child Anthea Allen dreamt of becoming a nurse. She began her nurse training in 1991, and five years later joined the team on ICU at St George’s Hospital in Tooting, southwest London, where she still works as a Senior Sister. She is also responsible for recruiting nurses for the hospital’s adult Critical Care units. Anthea is a marathon runner and lives in London with her partner, their two children and three cats. Life, Death and Biscuits is her first book.

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Allore
Forthcoming from Rowman and Littlefield
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John Allore is the co-author of the Canadian true crime best seller Wish You Were Here and has worked in victim advocacy since 2002. His website, Who Killed Theresa, is one of the first crime blogs on the internet. It began as an investigation into the unsolved murder of his sister, Theresa Allore. The website is widely consulted by police agencies, public officials, academics and students for its volume of information. In 2017 John started the podcast, Who Killed Theresa, which focuses on unsolved murders, as well as other issues of criminal and social justice. John is currently the Acting Director of Budget & Management Services for the city of Durham, North Carolina.

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Allport
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Alan Allport is professor of history at Syracuse University. A British historian, he specializes in the history of Britain during the two world wars. His most recent book, Britain at Bay: The Epic Story of the Second World War, 1938-41, was published by Knopf.  He is at work on a second volume.  

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Amna
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Raised in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Dur e Aziz Amna's writing is inspired by her cross-cultural experiences in South Asia and the U.S.  She is the author of the debut novel American Fever, named one of the Must Read Books of 2022 by Harper’s Bazaar and a Most Anticipated Books of 2022 by Bustle. In its starred advance review, Kirkus called it “a funny and affecting novel, a wonderful new spin on the coming-of-age story," from the fresh perspective of a Pakistani Muslim in rural America. Bestselling author Fatima Farheen Mirza, author of the New York Times bestseller A Place for Us, hailed Amna’s “brilliant new voice.” American Fever was named a Best Book by The Christian Science Monitor, USA Today,  Bustle, Vogue India, and The Millions, which called in"as propulsive as it lyrical, hilarious as it is sobering -- above all an irresistible read." 

           Dur e Aziz Amna was selected as a Forbes 30 under 30 in 2022, and she was awarded the 2019 FinancialTimes / Bodley Head Essay Prize, the London Magazine Short Story prize, the2021 Salam Award for Imaginative Fiction, and 2023 Award for Literature from the APALA (Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance). Her work has appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Al Jazeera, and Dawn, the largest and oldest English language newspaper in Pakistan and the country’s newspaper of record. A graduate of Yale University, Dur e Aziz Amna received her MFA in creative writing from the Helen Zell Writers' Program at the University of Michigan.  She now lives in Newark, NJ

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Amos
Forthcoming from Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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Shawn Amos is a world-renowned Blues musician. Cookies & Milk is his debut middle grade novel, inspired by real-life events of growing up in a cookie store with his father Wally Amos, the founder of Famous Amos Cookies.

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Anderson
Forthcoming from Dey Street Books
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Pamela Anderson is a model, actress, activist, and author.

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Anderson
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Historian and book editor Devery Anderson is the author of Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement (Univ. of Miss. Press).

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Anderson
Forthcoming from Crown
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Jenny Anderson is an author, reporter and the current host of the Learnit podcast. She spent 10 years at the New York Times covering finance and Wall Street, then five years at Quartz, a digital media company, covering the science of education, the neuroscience of infancy and early childhood, the future of schools, and a beat she called "Being Human" (use your imagination). At the Times she won a Gerald Loeb award for her reporting on Merrill Lynch. She co-wrote a book on marriage and behavioural economics  called "It's Not You, It's the Dishes" (Random House 2010) which won a Books for a Better Life award. Her LearnIt newsletter, produced with the podcast, reaches nearly 90,000 global education leaders.

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Michelle Wilde Anderson is the Larry Kramer Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. She teaches in the areas of poverty and inequality, local government, housing, and environmental justice. Her new book The Fight to Save the Town:  Reimagining Discarded America was published by Avid Reader.

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Andrade
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Tonio Andrade is professor of history at Emory University, specializing in global history and colonialism.  He is the author of several books including Lost Colony: The Untold Story of Europe’s First War with China.  He is writing a history of the Dutch East India Company for Knopf.  

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Andres
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Alan Andres is the co-author of Chasing the Moon, the companion volume to the PBS American Experience documentary series about the Space Race directed by Academy Award nominated director Robert Stone. A publishing veteran, he is a frequent collaborative writer for works of history, business, and psychology.

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Angour
Forthcoming from Princeton University Press
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Armand D’Angour is a British classical scholar and classical musician. He is a Fellow and Tutor in Classics at Jesus College, Oxford. His research embraces a wide range of areas of ancient Greek culture; his publications deal with ancient Greek music and metre, the Greek alphabet, innovation in ancient Greece, and Latin and Greek lyric poetry. His is the author of the acclaimed study The Greeks and the New (2011). He is also conducting an international scholarly research project to reconstruct the sounds and effects of ancient Greek music.

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Angwin
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Julia Angwin is an award-winning investigative reporter for ProPublica and the author of Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in America (Random House) and Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance (Times Books). She previously wrote for The Wall Street Journal, where she led a team of journalists that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2011 and won a Gerald Loeb Award in 2010 and was on of a team of reporters awarded the 2003 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting for their coverage of corporate corruption.

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Anstead
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Christina Anstead is best known as the co-host of the hit HGTV show Flip or Flop. Since the show debuted in 2013, it has aired 8 seasons and over 100 episodes. Christina on the Coast Season 2 premiered January 2, 2020. Alongside her busy roles within the property and television sectors, and on top of being a busy mama, she is a huge advocate for leading a balanced lifestyle of mind, body, and spirit. With Cara Clark, she is the author of The Wellness Remodel.

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Anthony
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Carl Sferrazza Anthony is a writer, screenwriter, and journalist, an expert on Presidents and their families, the former historian of the National First Ladies’ Library, and the author of over a dozen works of history and biography.

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Appy
Carnegie Mellon Medal for Excellence in Non-Fiction, Long List 2016
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Appy is professor of history, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is best known for his books on the Vietnam War: a social history of American combat soldiers; a wide-ranging oral history from multiple perspectives (including accounts of Vietnamese and Americans combatants, policymakers, antiwar activists, journalists, etc.); and a history of the war’s impact on American national identity, culture, and foreign policy from the 1950s through the Obama administration.

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Aranda
Forthcoming from Nancy Paulsen Books
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Archer

Dr. Dale Archer, Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and frequent commentator on CNN, is author of the New York Times bestseller Better Than Normal: How What Makes You Different Can Make You Exceptional (Crown Broadway) as well as The ADHD Advantage (Penguin Random House).

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Archer
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Deborah Archer is associate dean and co-director of Clinical and Advocacy Programs, professor of clinical law and co-faculty director of the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law at NYU School of Law. She is also the president of the American Civil Liberties Union and a leading expert in civil rights, civil liberties, and racial justice.  She is writing a book on transportation, infrastructure, and the architecture of inequality for Liveright.  

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Archer

Micha Archer is an author and illustrator working in collage, oil and inks. She comes from a long line of artists and teachers and her work for many years in a kindergarten led her to writing for young children. WONDERS WALKERS, one of her many distinguished books for children, was a Caldecott Honor Book. 

Micha creates her collages from papers she creates and patterned papers from around the world.  She has a studio looking into the woods in Western Mass, and another in a tiny cabin high in the Costa Rican mountains and once she had one in a tower in Spain!

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Arellano
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Author of the nationally-syndicated column "Ask a Mexican," Arellano is the editor of the OC Weekly. He has contributed to NPR’s Marketplace and The Los Angeles Times, and has appeared on The Today Show, Chelsea Lately, and The Colbert Report. He lectures widely and is represented by Verbatim.

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Ariyo
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Lopè Ariyo is a mathematics graduate from Loughborough University. Whilst studying, Lopè took part in a cookery competition organised by Red Magazine and Harper Collins where she blew away the judges with her unique style and take on Nigerian food. She went on to win the competition landing herself a cookbook deal with Harper Collins and a 5-page spread with Red Magazine featuring her recipes.

Lopè is also very keen on social media and is beginning to build up her online presence. She has a blog and YouTube channel where, when she can, makes content about books, supper clubs and the products she loves.

Her determination to see Nigerian and West African food brought to the forefront saw her named as The Observer’s Rising Star in Food for 2017.

Her debut cookbook, Hibiscus was published by HarperCollins in June 2017.

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Arnold

Elana K. Arnold is the author of critically acclaimed and award-winning young adult novels and children’s books, including the Printz Honor winner DAMSEL, the National Book Award finalist WHAT GIRLS ARE MADE OF, and Global Read Aloud selection A BOY CALLED BAT and its sequels. THE BLOOD YEARS was the winner of the 2023 Sydney Taylor Book Award. Elana teaches in Hamline University’s MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults program and lives in Southern California with her family and menagerie of pets.

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Aronson
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Steven M. L. Aronson has written for Vanity Fair, Vogue, New York, and Esquire among other publications. His previous books are Hype and Savage Grace, which was adapted for a film starring Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne.

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Arsenault
Forthcoming from Pegasus
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Mark Arsenault is a Boston Globe investigative reporter and a member of Globe Spotlight. He lives in Easton, Mass., with his wife, Wall Street Journal reporter Jennifer Levitz.

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Arsenault
NYT Best Books of the Year 2018; NPR Great Reads 2018
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Ray Arsenault is professor emeritus of history at the University of South Florida.  He is author of several books including Freedom Riders (Oxford), The Sound of Freedom: Marion Anderson, the Lincoln Memorial and the Concert that Awakened America (Bloomsbury), Arthur Ashe: The Life and Times of an American Original (Simon & Schuster) and a forthcoming biography of John Lewis for Yale.

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Arsén
Forthcoming from Putnam
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Isa Arsén is a bleeding heart based in Austin, TX, where she lives with her spouse and a comically small dog. She has work featured in several independent anthologies (Not One of Us Magazine, Agapanthus Collective, Stone of Madness Press) and developed her 2019 short story Pygmalion Lied as an interactive visual novelette. Outside of writing, Isa records and mixes music and audio for various platforms.

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Arvedlund
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Erin Arvedlund, a leading financial journalist who has written for Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, is the author of Too Good To Be True: The Rise and Fall of Bernie Madoff and Open Secret: The Conspiracy to Fix Libor (Penguin/Portfolio).

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Ashton
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James Ashton is a business writer, commentator and consultant. His journalism appears regularly in the Evening Standard and Sunday Telegraph (where he writes the ‘Questor’ column) as well as CEO interviews for the Mail on Sunday, Times and Telegraph. He was City Editor and Executive Editor of the Evening Standard and Independent and before that City Editor of the Sunday Times. His podcast series Leadingwith James Ashton brings together people from the top of very different organisations in the worlds of business, charity, the arts and beyond to discuss their take on leading vital causes, famous brand names and multi-million-pound enterprises. Take a listen here. Through Lingmell Media, his content and consulting business, James helps companies and individuals tell great stories. He also runs Oscar’s Book Prize, a competition to find the best pre-school book of the year.

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Atavist Magazine
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The first digital-only magazine to win a National Magazine Award for feature writing, The Atavist Magazine produces one blockbuster nonfiction story a month and has been nominated for eight National Magazine Awards and an Emmy for News and Documentary.

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Atkinson
Forthcoming from Grand Central
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Atleework
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Kendra Atleework is the author of the award-winning Miracle Country: A Memoir of a Family and a Landscape, winner of the Ellen Meloy Desert Writer Award, the Sigurd F. Olsen Nature Writing Award, and the Women Writing the West WILLA Literary Award. The San Francisco Chronicle hailed Miracle Country as “Powerful… reminds us to hold our loved ones close [and] treat the land as sacred.” In the Los Angeles Times: “A vivid picture of a place, and a family… sure to make readers fall in love with Miracle Country.” From bestselling author Luis Alberto Urrea, Miracle Country is “radiant with light and shadowy as midnight… [Atleework] flies with burning wings.”Kendra Atleework received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Minnesota and now lives in her hometown of Bishop, California.

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Atogun
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Odafe Atogun was born in Nigeria, in the town of Lokoja, where the Rivers Niger and Benue meet, but hails from Edo State. He studied Journalism at the Times Journalism Institute, Lagos and is now a full-time writer. He is married and lives in Abuja. World rights to Atogun’s first novel, Taduno’s Song, were acquired by Canongate and sold in the United States, Germany, Italy and Turkey. It was chosen for the BBC Radio 2 Book Club.

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Attah
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Ayesha Harruna Attah is a Ghanaian-born writer living in Senegal. She was educated at Mount Holyoke College, Columbia University, and New York University. She is the author of the Commonwealth Writers Prize-nominated Harmattan Rain, Saturdays Shadows, The Hundred Wells of Salaga, currently translated into four languages, The Deep Blue Between, a book for young adults, and Zainab Takes New York. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, Elle Italia, Asymptote and the 2010 Caine Prize Writers’ Anthology. Ayesha Harruna Attah is the 2022 protegé of Bernardine Evaristo in the Rolex Arts Initiative.

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Augar
Forthcoming from Simon & Schuster
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Philip Augar’s the Augar Report into post-18 education was published by the May government in 2019. A former banker with a History PhD, he contributes to the FT, Sunday Times and BBC.

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Auseon
Forthcoming from Labyrinth Road
Forthcoming from Labyrinth Road

Andrew Auseon is the author of acclaimed novels for young people, including Funny Little Monkey, Jo-Jo and the Fiendish Lot, Alienated (with David O. Russell) and Freak Magnet, a Bank Street Best Book of the Year. His books have been nominated for numerous awards, including the ALA’s Best Books for Young Adults, the Cybils, and state book awards. Auseon has an MFA in Creative Writing from Vermont College and a BA from Ohio University.

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Austin
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Mike Austin is an award winning-illustrator and graphic designer. Originally from Pennsylvania, he now lives in Hawaii with his wife, illustrator Jing Jing Tsong, their two children, and a cat named Milo. 

His first digital children’s book app “A Present for Milo” garnered raves and recognition on NPR, USA TODAY and MSNBC. It received a starred review from Kirkus, who called it "...a Next Gen version of a lift-the-flap Spot story, this digital cat-and-mouse chase features very simple art, familiar settings and hidden surprises in every scene." 

Austin is the author and illustrator of numerous children's books.

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Avillez
Forthcoming from Modern Library
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An illustrator from New York, Avillez has illustrated for clients such as Vogue, Vice, Bon Appetit, the New York Times, Vanity Fair, and New York magazine, among other publications. She also illustrated Lena Dunham’s 1 New York Times Bestseller, Not That Kind of Girl.

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Axat
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Federico Axat was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1975. His novels include Benjamín, The Meadow of the Butterflies, Kill the Next One and Amnesia. They have been translated into 35 languages and sold over 250,000 copies worldwide, making him one of the most important thriller writers in Spanish. Axat’s novels stand out for their high dose of suspense, plot twists and unexpected endings. 

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Ayscough
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Aaron Ayscough is an American wine journalist based in Paris and one of the foremost experts on natural wine. His articles about wine and restaurants have been included in The Financial TimesThe New York TimesT-MagazinePUNCH and more. Aaron is the author, since 2010, of the the award-winning Substack, Not Drinking Poison.

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Azerrad
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Michael Azerrad is an acclaimed music journalist and bestselling author who has written for such publications as TheNew Yorker, Rolling Stone (where he was contributing editor), Spin, The New York Times, Musician, The Wall Street Journal, Billboard and MTV News, among many others. Michael’s first book, the acclaimed Nirvana biography Come as You Are: The Story of Nirvana (Doubleday/Main Street, 1993) as well as his next book, Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground 1981-1991 (Little, Brown, 2001), are considered to be two of the greatest music books of all time by most media outlets.

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Babits
Forthcoming from University of Chicago Press
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Chris Babits is an Andrew W. Mellon Engaged Scholar Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin, where he also earned his Ph.D. in History in 2019. His book, titled To Cure a Sinful Nation: A History of Conversion Therapy in the United States, is under contract with the University of Chicago Press.

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Baca
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Internationally acclaimed poet, novelist, screenwriter and memoirist Jimmy Santiago Baca is the recipient of numerous literary awards including the Pushcart Prize, the American Book Award, and the International Hispanic Heritage Award. While serving a maximum security prison sentence for drug possession, Mr. Santiago Baca taught himself to read and write and discovered poetry, experiences documented in his brilliant memoir A Place to Stand (Grove Press), which went on to win the prestigious 2001 International Prize. His most recent poetry collection, Singing at the Gates, was also published by Grove Press.

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Bacon
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Ed Bacon is the author of 8 Habits of Love: Overcome Fear and Transform Your Life. For the fifteen years Rev. Ed Bacon was the Rector of All Saints Church in Pasadena, with over 4,000 congregants, including celebrities like Madonna.

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Baghdadi
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Iyad el-Baghdadi is a prominent Arab Spring intellectual, writer, and activist. He is resident fellow at Civita, Norway’s leading liberal think tank and participates regularly in the Oslo Freedom Forum and the Global Tolerance Forum.Iyad el-Baghdadi is a self-styled ‘Islamic libertarian’, and writes on issues related to Islam and liberty; the Arab Spring; and Middle Eastern and world affairs. He also writes about radicalization, jihadist ideology, and populism. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Foreign Policy, Prospect and the International Business Times. He is a regular interviewee on Al-Jazeera and other global news media. He also sits on the board of The Munathara Initiative, the Arab world’s leading society-run debate platform & TV show.Before becoming a writer, Iyad el-Baghdadi was a serial tech entrepreneur, with over a decade’s experience working with start-ups. When the Arab uprisings started in 2011, his Twitter account, which promoted democracy and human rights, became hugely influential and respected. In 2014, this led to him being arrested, jailed and eventually exiled from the United Arab Emirates. He recounted his tale in July 2019 on BBC HARDtalk.Iyad now lives and works in Oslo, Norway. He is a skilled and eloquent public speaker, and is available to speak at events and conferences.

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Bailey
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A screenwriter, Bailey was nominated for an Emmy for the documentary series Pandemic: Facing AIDS.

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Bainbridge
Forthcoming from St. Martin's Press
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John Bainbridge Jr. is an attorney, freelance writer, and former newspaper reporter and coauthor of American Gunfight: The Plot to Kill Harry Truman and the Shoot-out That Stopped It (Simon & Schuster 2005).

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Balascio
Forthcoming from Gallery
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April Balascio is the star of the 2019 true crime podcast, The Clearing, which has nearly 17 million downloads to date and is currently being developed as a major television series. She lives in Northeast Ohio with her husband, Michael.

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Ball
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A poet, novelist, and an assistant professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Ball won the Plimpton Prize in 2008 for his novella, The Early Deaths of Lubeck, Brennan, Harp and Carr. The Way Through the Doors was chosen as one of The New Yorker’s top 20 fiction and poetry books of 2009. His most recent novel, A Cure for Suicide was longlisted for the National Book Award in the Fiction category.

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Ballance
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With Superchunk bandmate Mac McCaughan, Laura Ballance founded the eminent independent label Merge Records, whose bands include Arcade Fire, Spoon, and Neutral Milk Hotel, among many others.

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Balter
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Dave Balter is a pioneer in the world of word-of-mouth marketing, the founder and CEO of bzzagent.com and the author of Grapevine: The New Art of Word-of-Mouth Marketing (Penguin/Portfolio).

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Banks
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David Banks is the inspirational founder of the Eagle Academy for Young Men and the president and CEO of the Eagle Academy Foundation, a network of all-boys public schools in New York City, and the author of Soar: How Boys Learn, Succeed, and Develop Character.

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Barbarisi
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Daniel Barbarisi is the author of the critically acclaimed Dueling with Kings. A veteran sports and news journalist, he has written for the Boston Globe, Providence Journal and The Wall Street Journal and is a Senior Editor at The Athletic. Gay Talese has called him “one of the best young talents working in sports journalism today.”

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Barclay
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Theo Barclay is a barrister based in London. Educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, he can often be found around the Royal Courts of Justice in his wig and gown. He started writing about politics in 2010 after developing an unhealthy obsession with the autobiographies of minor Blair-era ministers. He has written extensively about the blurred line between politics and law for several industry journals and for The Times’s Red Box politics website, and given lectures at King’s College, London.

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Barcott
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Bruce Barcott is a four-time author, an environmental journalist, and a contributing editor at Outside magazine. His articles have been published in The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, Mother Jones, Sports Illustrated, Harper’s Magazine, and others. His most recent book is Weed the People: A Journey Into America’s Legalized Future (Times Books).

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Bareilles
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Platinum-selling singer-songwriter, Bareilles has been nominated for a Grammy Award five times. Her hit single “Love Song” reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2007. Bareilles also wrote the songs and music for the hit Broadway musical, Waitress.

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Barnes
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Hannah Barnes is an award-winning senior BBC journalist, currently at the BBC’s flagship programme ‘Newsnight’. Over the past decade and a half, she has specialised in investigative and analytical journalism. Prior to joining the ‘Newsnight’ team in 2016, Hannah was a daily programme editor at Radio 4’s ‘Today’ programme, and spent many years reporting and producing documentaries and other long-form programmes for BBC Radio 4, 5 Live and the World Service.

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Barnett
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Thomas P. M. Barnett is a highly sought after military strategist, a contributor to Esquire magazine and author of the New York Times bestseller The Pentagon’s New Map (Putnam) as well as Blueprint for Action and Great Powers (Putnam).

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Barnett
Forthcoming from Kensington Citadel
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Rob Barnett is a headhunter and an advisor to media companies and media pros.

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Barnett
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Ross Barnett is a palaeontologist with a PhD in Zoology from the University of Oxford. He specialises in seeking, analysing and interpreting ancient DNA, but his area of expertise is the genetics and phylogeny of cats, especially extinct sabretooths. Barnett's research has led to many remarkable findings in recent years and involved investigating escaped lynx in Edwardian Devon, rubbishing claims that the yeti is an ice-age polar bear and seeking the ancestral home of the enigmatic Orkney vole. In 2018, he received the Palaeontological Association's Gertrude Elles Award for Public Engagement. Ross lives in the Highlands of Scotland with his wife and two daughters.

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