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Christensen
Forthcoming from Grand Central
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Kim Christensen is an investigative reporter on the Los Angeles Times’ projects team. He has shared two Pulitzer Prizes, at the Oregonian in 2001 and at the Orange County Register in 1996, for investigations of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service and of fertility fraud at UC Irvine.

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CityLab
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Bloomberg CityLab reports on the world's cities, communities, and neighborhoods: How they work, the challenges they face, and the solutions they need.

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Coburn
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Broughton Coburn has spent two of the past four decades in the Himalayas, working in development, conservation, writing, and filmmaking. The organizations he has worked with include the Agency for International Development, the United Nations, the World Wildlife Fund and the American Himalaya Foundation. Coburn has appeared as an expert panelist on NPR’s Talk of the Nation and Day to Day, and has lectured at the Museum of Natural History in New York, The National Geographic Society, the Telluride Mountain Film Festival and many other venues around the US. A graduate of Harvard University, he is on the faculty of the Jackson Hole Writers Conference. Coburn currently lives in Jackson, WY.

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Cook
Forthcoming from Crown
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Jess is a senior enterprise reporter at HuffPost, where she covers the intersection of technology and politics. She's also an adjunct professor of journalism at the University of La Verne, and has a master's degree in International Relations and Journalism from New York University.

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Crawford
Forthcoming from Pegasus

Susan Crawford is a columnist and author who has been writing about the relationship between basic infrastructure and thriving human lives for more than twenty years. A professor at Harvard Law School whose prior books include FIBER and Captive Audience, she has written for WIRED and Bloomberg View.

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Crenshaw
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Forthcoming from Haymarket Books
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Kimberlé Crenshaw is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the African American Policy Forum, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia University, and the most cited woman legal scholar in the history of the law. She developed the theories of, wrote the globally influential academic papers on, and coined the terms for “intersectionality,” Critical Race Theory, and the SayHerName campaign.

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Cullen
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Kevin Cullen, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has written for The Boston Globe since 1985, was the first to raise questions about Whitey Bulger’s relationship with the FBI. A frequent commentator on NPR and the BBC, Cullen has won major journalism prizes including the Goldsmith Prize, the George Polk Award, and the Selden Ring Award.

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Curtis
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Wayne Curtis, freelance journalist and contributing editor at The Atlantic, is the author of The Last Great Walk: The True Story of a 1,000-Mile Walk from New York to San Francisco and Why It Matters Today (Rodale). He has received the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year Award and a gold Lowell Thomas Award from the Society of American Travel Writers.

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Curtis
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Cathy Curtis, a former writer for The Los Angeles Times, is the author of Restless Ambition: Grace Hartigan, Painter (Oxford University Press). She majored in philosophy at Smith College and holds a master’s degree in art history from the University of California, Berkeley. She was elected vice president of Biographers International Organization in 2014.

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Danson
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An Emmy-winning actor best known for his role as Sam Malone on the television series "Cheers," Danson appears regularly on HBO’s "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and currently stars in "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." He is on the board of Oceana, the world’s largest non-profit devoted to marine issues.

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Davis
Forthcoming from St. Martin's
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Matthew Davis is the founder and Executive Director of the Alan Cheuse International Writers Center at George Mason University. He is the author of the memoir When Things Get Dark: A Mongolian Winter's Tale. And his work has appeared, among other places, in the New Yorker, the Atlantic, the LA Review of Books, and Guernica.

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DePree
Forthcoming from William Morrow
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Hopwood DePree is a writer, actor, and producer who moved from Hollywood to Middleton, England to try to save from ruin his ancestors’ 600 year old estate, Hopwood Hall.

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Deer
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Brian Deer is a journalist specializing in the drug industry and social issues. He’s received two British Press Awards for his Sunday Times investigations, an award for Specialist Journalist of the Year, and was recently awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters from York St. John University. He’s served as a lecturer in child health policy at the University of Michigan, and a lecturer in life sciences at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse.

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Denizet-Lewis
Forthcoming from William Morrow

Benoit Denizet-Lewis is a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine and an assistant professor in the Writing, Literature & Publishing Department at Emerson College. He is the author of America Anonymous: Eight Addicts in Search of a Life, as well as Travels with Casey: My Journey Through Our Dog-Crazy Country (Simon & Schuster). His 2001 New York Times Magazine article “My Ex-Gay Friend” is being adapted into the film “I Am Michael,” starring James Franco, Zachary Quinto, and Emma Roberts.

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Deverell
Forthcoming from University of Chicago Press
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William Deverell is a historian specializing in the 19th and 20th century American West and environmental history. He has written numerous books on the history of California and the American West, including Shaped By the West: A History of North America (University of California Press, 2018), and serves as director of the Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West, a collaborative research and teaching entity between USC's Dornslife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences and the Huntington Library.

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Dexter
Forthcoming from Celadon
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Brandi Collins-Dexter is Senior Campaign Director at Color Of Change, the country’s largest racial justice and political organization, and a visiting fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center, one of the foremost academic institutions releasing cutting edge research on technology, disinformation, and social change. She has been named a “person to watch” by The Hill and one of the most influential African Americans (ages 25 to 45) by The Root; and, in 2020, she received an EPIC Champion of Freedom award from the Electronic Privacy Information Center, for her work on data privacy protections.

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Dobkin
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Adin Dobkin writes about the intersection of war, culture, and memory for publications such as The Atlantic, The Paris Review, and the New York Times. In addition to pursuing an MFA in Nonfiction from Columbia University, he’s the president of the Military Writers Guild and the co-creator of the podcast “War Stories,” which traces the technological development of warfare.

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Doherty
Forthcoming from Knopf in 2019
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Maggie Doherty is a literary scholar, historian, and critic based at Harvard University, where she teaches writing, literature, and history. Receiving her BA from Yale University and PhD in English from Harvard, Doherty has written for publications like BookForum, Dissent, n+1, The New Republic, the Times Literary Supplement, and The New Yorker.

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Donovan
Forthcoming from Bloomsbury
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Joan Donovan, PhD is one of the leading public scholars and disinformation researchers in the world. As the Research Director of the Harvard Shorenstein Center, Donovan is a thought leader, and sought-after social scientist whose expertise is in how social movements form, fringe political movements, and the role technology and media play in their growth.

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Doshi
Forthcoming from Oxford University Press
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Rush Doshi is a Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Director of the Brookings China Strategy Initiative. He is also a Fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center, Special Advisor to the CEO of the Asia Group, and Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, and an intelligence officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. His research has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, the Washington Post, International Organization, and the Washington Quarterly, among other publications.

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Dreilinger
Forthcoming from W.W. Norton
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Danielle Dreilinger, a 2017-18 Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellow, has worked as a journalist for more than 15 years. As the education reporter for NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, she became a trusted voice and national must-read for people following the city's radical post-Katrina school experiment. Before moving to New Orleans, Danielle wrote about city news and happenings for the Boston Globe and worked in public media, both audio and digital, at WGBH and WBUR. Her work has appeared in Ploughshares, No Depression, The New York Times, Nashville Scene and Boston Magazine, among other outlets. She lives in New Orleans.

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Dreisinger
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An Associate Professor in the English Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, and founder of John Jay’s Prison-to-College Pipeline program (P2CP), Dreisinger is a reporter for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, and NPR, among others publications. She’s also the author of NEAR BLACK: White to Black Passing in American Culture.

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Dreyfuss
Forthcoming from Bloomsbury
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Emily Dreyfuss is a well-known veteran tech journalist whose work has focused on the intersection of technology and society for many years. She has written for WIRED, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Week, and many other publications, delivered keynotes at conferences, and has been a guest on everything from The Today Show to NPR on The Nightly News.

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Ducharme
Forthcoming from Holt
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Ducharme is a staff writer at TIME magazine covering health and breaking news. She has spent years investigating topics such as vaping and has written extensively on medical research, public health, business, and government regulations.

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Durkin
Forthcoming from HarperCollins/William Collins (UK)
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Dr. Hannah Durkin is an academic with more than a decade’s expertise in Black Atlantic history. She has a Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Nottingham and a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from the University of Leeds, and she has taught at Nottingham and Newcastle Universities, as well as recently serving as a Guest Researcher at Linnaeus University in Sweden. Her knowledge has been sought out by the Alabama Historical Commission, which is working to salvage the Clotilda slave ship, and the Clotilda Descendants Association has invited her to be the keynote speaker at Africatown’s 2021 Spirit of Our Ancestors Festival. She is the recipient of more than a dozen academic prizes, including a prestigious Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship (2013–16).

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Eakin
Forthcoming from Penguin Press
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A former senior editor at The New Yorker, Eakin has worked as an ideas reporter for the New York Times and a fashion features writer at Vogue. She’s written for Vanity Fair, The New York Review of Books, and The New Republic, among other publications.

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Eakin
Forthcoming from Tim Duggan Books
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Senior editor of and frequent contributor to The New York Review of Books, Eakin has written for the New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Wall Street Journal, among other publications.

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Eden
Forthcoming from Spiegel & Grau
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Scott Eden is an investigative reporter whose work has focused on crime, corruption, injustice, business, science technology and the dark side of sports. He’s the author of TOUCHDOWN JESUS (S&S, 2005) and his work has appeared in ESPN The Magazine, The Atavist, Wired, Men’s Health and many other publications.

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Eerkens
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Mieke Eerkens is a Dutch-American writer who grew up divided between the foothills of California and the canals of the Netherlands. She is a graduate of the University of Iowa’s MFA program in nonfiction writing, and her work has appeared in publications such as Los Angeles Review of Books, The Atlantic, Guernica, Creative Nonfiction, Best Travel Writing 2011, and the Norton anthology Fakes: An Anthology of Pseudo-Interviews, Faux-Lectures, Quasi-Letters, "Found" Texts, and Other Fraudulent Artifacts.

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Einstein

The embodiment of genius and the pre-eminent scientist of the modern age, his theories and discoveries have profoundly affected the way people view and understand the world and their place in it. Einstein was also known as a philosopher and humanist who was keenly interested in and concerned about the affairs of the world.

His sagacious, wise, and humorous quotations, letters, and articles are widely used throughout popular culture as well as in historical and academic works. Einstein’s name and image are instantly recognizable everywhere in the world.

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Ellingwood
Forthcoming from Pegasus Books

Ken Ellingwood is an award-winning former correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and author of Hard Line: Life and Death on the U.S.-Mexico Border (Pantheon 2004), an account based on his years of first-hand reporting in Mexico and the United States. He is currently at work on a book about Elijah Lovejoy, the anti-slavery newspaper editor and press-freedom hero.

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Evangelista
Forthcoming from Random House
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Patricia Evangelista is an award-winning trauma reporter and documentarian from Manila. Since 2016, she has been covering Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s campaign of extrajudicial killings for the news site Rappler. She is an accomplished speaker and television personality.

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Evans
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Claire L. Evans is a writer and musician. She is a founding editor of Terraform, the former futures editor of Motherboard, and a contributor to the Guardian, WIRED, and Aeon, among other outlets; previously, she was a contributor to Grantland and wrote National Geographic's popular culture and science blog, Universe. She has given invited talks at the Hirshhorn Museum, Walker Art Center, TEDx, La Gaité Lyrique, Google I/O, & The New Museum, among others.

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Falconer
Forthcoming from Norton
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Morgan Falconer is a Program Director at Sotheby's Institute of Art in New York. He previously worked as a journalist and critic for newspapers and magazines including The TimesThe EconomistArt in America and Frieze. His most recent book is Painting Beyond Pollock.

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Felt
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The FBI’s second in command in the 1970s, Felt revealed himself, in 2005, to be the famous Woodward and Bernstein source “Deep Throat.” He died in 2008, and his daughter Joan Felt is the executor of his estate. His story is under option to Universal and Tom Hanks’s production company Playtone.

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Fields
Forthcoming from W.W. Norton
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The recipient of the Oxford American's 2018-19 Jeff Baskin Writers Fellowship, Fields has published essays and photography in the Oxford American, the Baffler, Columbia Journalism Review, Sonora Review, War, and elsewhere. He holds an MFA from the University of Iowa’s Nonfiction Writing Program and hails from Houston, Texas.

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Filby
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Dr Eliza Filby is an academic, writer and public speaker specialising in contemporary values. She was educated at Durham and UCL and received her PhD in history from the University of Warwick in 2010. Between 2010–2014, she lectured at King’s College London where she taught a history of the 1980s to those born in the 1990s and latterly Remnin University Beijing where she had the challenging task of teaching a history of capitalism in Communist China. Her current research focuses on generations and the intergenerational tensions now dominating politics, work and the marketplace.She regularly appears in the media and has written for the Telegraph, Spectator, Guardian and reviewed for the Financial Times. She is a visiting lecturer at King’s College London, lives in London and is currently researching her second book.

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Fisher
Forthcoming from HarperCollins
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Lucy Fisher is the Deputy Political Editor of The Telegraph, and former Defence Editor of The Times. She has previously won the Anthony Howard Award, a year-long fellowship during which she wrote for The Times, The Observer and the New Statesman. She is a regular broadcaster on the BBC and Sky News. She read Greats at Oxford University and grew up in Wiltshire.

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Forrest
Forthcoming from Little, Brown
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Brett Forrest is a national security reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Prior to the WSJ, he was a long-time magazine writer. He is the author of one previous book and a producer of an Emmy-Award-nominated documentary.

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France
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David France is a veteran investigative journalist who has written for Newsweek, The New York Times, and GQ, and is the author of Our Fathers: The Secret Life of the Catholic Church (Broadway Books) and Morning in America (Knopf). The Showtime adaptation of “Our Fathers” was nominated for multiple Emmys and a Writers Guild of America Award. His work also inspired the Peabody Award–winning film “Soldier’s Girl” and the controversial Showtime series “Thanks of a Grateful Nation.”

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Frank
Forthcoming from Hachette Books
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Meryl Frank has been an activist, mayor, ambassador, and champion of women’s leadership and political participation around the world.

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Frankel
Forthcoming from St. Martin's
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The author of the New York Times bestseller War Dogs (St. Martin’s Press), Rebecca Frankel’s work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, National Geographic, and elsewhere, and she has appeared as a guest on Conan, PBS Newshour, BBC World News, and the Diane Rehm Show, among others. Most recently she was executive editor of Foreign Policy magazine.

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Fridriksdottir
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Johanna Katrin Fridriksdottir currently works at the National Library of Norway in Oslo. She is currently contributing to a documentary by Ash Thayer entitled Viking Women: The Crying Bones. Her research focuses on Vikings, old Norse-Icelandic sagas, mythology and poetry, late medieval Iceland, medieval manuscripts and gender.

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Friedberg
Forthcoming from Bloomsbury
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Brian Friedberg is the Senior Researcher of the Technology and Social Change Research Project at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. He a digital investigative ethnographer with a deep subject matter focus on far-right and alternative communication spaces.

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Friedberg
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A documentary filmmaker and a Primetime Emmy Award-winner, Friedberg has had his work appear on CBS, PBS, and The History Channel, among other television outlets.

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Garfield
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Bob Garfield is the co-host of the award-winning NPR show On The Media, the founding director of the annual Media Future Summit, and a Senior Fellow at the SEI Center for Advanced Studies in Management at Wharton. A columnist, pundit, critic and essayist, his work has appeared in the Atlantic, New York Times, The Guardian, USA Today, Washington Post, and Wired among many others.

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Gates
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Forthcoming from Harvard University Press
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Forthcoming from Oxford University Press
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American historian, literary critic, filmmaker, and public intellectual, Gates currently serves as the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University, and has hosted the PBS shows Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gate Jr. and The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross.

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Gault
Forthcoming from Harper
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Charlayne Hunter-Gault is an Emmy- and Peabody-winning journalist who over the course of her distinguished fifty-plus-year career has worked at The New Yorker, TheNew York Times (where she established the paper’s Harlem bureau), PBS NewsHour, NPR, and CNN. She is the author of four previous books: In My Place (Vintage, 1992), New News Out of Africa (Oxford University Press, 2006), To The Mountaintop (Square Fish, 2014), and Corrective Rape (Agate, 2015).

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Gearhart
Forthcoming from Pegasus Books
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Sarah Gearhart is a New York City-based sportswriter. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Runner’s World, ESPN, Vice Sports, USA TODAY Sports and Men’s Health. An avid runner for 21 years, she has qualified for the Boston Marathon five times and has completed 14 marathons.

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George-Warren
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Holly George-Warren is an award-winning writer and music consultant. As editorial director of Rolling Stone Press from 1993-2001, she created over forty books, including New York Times bestsellers and ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award-winners. She has worked as a curator for the GRAMMY Museum, which opened in L.A. in December 2008, and currently serves on the nominating committee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. A two-time Grammy nominee, she teaches Arts Journalism at the State University of New York in New Paltz, NY.

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Georges
Forthcoming from Harper
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Gigi Georges, Ph.D., has had an extensive career in politics, public service, and academia, and has contributed significantly to the fields of social and education policy. She teaches political science at Boston College, was previously Program Director for the Harvard Kennedy School’s Innovation Strategies Initiative and Managing Director of the Glover Park Group, a leading national strategic communications consulting firm, and has also

served as Communications Director for the New York City Department of Education under Mayor Michael Bloomberg; a Special Assistant to the President in the Clinton White House; and former New York Senator Hillary Clinton’s State Director. In 2004, she was named one of New York City’s 50 most powerful women by The New York Post and is a longstanding advisory board member of Harvard’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism.

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Gettleman

Jeffrey Gettleman, Pulitzer Prize–winning New York Times correspondent, is currently writing a memoir about his years covering genocide in Africa (HarperCollins).

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Gibson
Forthcoming from Scribner
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Marion Gibson is a Professor of Renaissance and Magical Literatures at the University of Exeter and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. She write books about witches and witch trials in history and literature.

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Giesecke
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Dr. Giesecke is the Elias Ahuja Professor of Classics; Chair of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures; and Center for Material Culture Studies faculty at the University of Delaware. She holds her degrees from Harvard (Ph.D., M.A.) and UCLA (B.A), and is the author of The Mythology of Plants (Getty Publications) and A Cultural History of Plants (Bloomsbury, forthcoming), among others.

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Gilkey
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The late David Gilkey was a celebrated conflict photographer who over the course of his career worked at NPR, The Detroit Free Press and The Boulder Daily Camera, bringing to vivid life big and small stories with global impact. Known for chronicling pain and beauty in war and conflict, he was on assignment when he and NPR’s Afghan interpreter, Zabihullah Tamanna were killed during the ambush of their convoy in Afghanistan’s Helm and province in 2016. Considered one of the best photojournalists in the world, his work received numerous awards including a 2007 Free Press Award, a 2010 George Polk Award, dozens of honors from the White House News Photographers Association including the 2011 Still Photographer of the Year, a 2015 Edward R. Murrow Award and a 2015 Peabody Award, among others.

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Gilsinan
Forthcoming from W.W. Norton
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Kathy Gilsinan is a contributing writer at The Atlantic covering national security and global affairs.

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Givhan
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Winner of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for criticism, Givhan is the fashion editor for The Washington Post. She’s formerly a fashion correspondent and fashion critic for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. Givhan’s The Battle of Versailles is under option to HBO.

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Glover
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Julian Glover OBE is Associate Editor of the London Evening Standard. He is leading the current Landscapes Reviews for the Government into the future of National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Beauty in England.He is a writer, journalist and author. Julian has worked as leader writer and columnist at the Guardian and as a Special Adviser in Number 10 and the Department for Transport.

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Goldberg
Forthcoming from Akashic Books
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Danny Goldberg is the author of How the Left Lost Teen Spirit and Bumping Into Geniuses: My Life Inside the Rock and Roll Business. Since 2007 he has been president of Gold Village Entertainment, whose clients include Steve Earle and Against Me. Previously, Goldberg was president of Gold Mountain Entertainment (Nirvana, Bonnie Raitt, the Allman Brothers), CEO of Air America Radio, chairman of Warner Bros. Records, president of Atlantic Records, and vice president of Led Zeppelin’s Swan Song Records.

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Graham
Forthcoming from Chicago University Press

Wade Graham is a writer, historian, and landscape designer with a practice based in Los Angeles. His writing, on cultural history, environment, urbanism, landscape, art, and other topics, has appeared frequently in the Los Angeles Times, the New Yorker, and Harper’s, among other publications. His most recent books are Braided Waters: Environment and Society in Molokai, Hawaii (University of California Press, 2018) and Dream Cities: Seven Urban Ideas That Shape the World (HarperCollins, 2016).

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