Maija Rhee Devine, a Korean-born writer and survivor of the Korean War, whose fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Boulevard, North American Review, and The Kenyon ... Read full author bio >
"A complex, uniquely Korean love story that shouldn't be missed."
An award-winning author and editor, Ralph Reynolds has published fiction and
non-fiction books. He has written widely about sports, nature, economics and agriculture. His writing has appeared in periodicals ranging ... Read full author bio >
"While (Reynolds) hasn’t found the mother lode from which the placer deposits came, he’s struck gold with his tale of “blood and guts, hope and hardship, dust and disappointment."
Born in Serbia, Milena Banks has lived in China, Japan and the UK, and has experienced the fascinating nuances of multiculturalism: how the perspective of race, politics, manners, and gender ... Read full author bio >
"A spectacular novel of colonial China that should put this first time author on the map."
John C. Beck is Chief Innovation Office at Arizona State University, President of the North Star Leadership Group and Senior Research Fellow at the Annenberg Center for the Digital Future ... Read full author bio >
"An eye-opening, even-keeled theory offering hope to those who disagree."
Sarah Rodriguez Pratt grew up in McAllen, Texas. She has a Bachelor's degree in English from Harvard University, and a Master's degree in Information Studies (formerly Library Science ... Read full author bio >
"A well-written, intelligent, exciting choice for readers looking to get hooked on a new fantasy series."
During the years of wifing, mothering, teaching, counseling, friending and cleaning house, writing buffered the layers of Jo Barney’s days. Retired, she still cleans the house and wifes, but ... Read full author bio >
"A gripping book with compelling characters who don't want your pity."
Will Ludwigsen's fiction has appeared in magazines such as Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Asimov's Science Fiction, Weird Tales, Cemetery Dance, and many others, as well as in ... Read full author bio >
"[R]ealism that’s mordantly funny and matter-of-fact but glimmering with whimsy and horror that leaks around the edges."
Roberto Moulun, M.D., (1924-2013) was a master storyteller who became a prizewinning author for his magical realism in the style of Gabriel Garcia Marquez. His novella "The Iguana Speaks ... Read full author bio >
"Imaginative storytelling with real literary depth."
Michael Mears is a trial lawyer who started out as a big city prosecutor and then "graduated" to the civil arena with a concentration in business litigation. Before retiring early ... Read full author bio >
An Ohio native, Alison Lockwood studied journalism and creative writing at Wittenberg University. After a brief stint as a reporter, she became an editor for Harcourt Brace Publishers and later ... Read full author bio >
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