Bill Schubart has lived with his family in Vermont since 1947. He writes about Vermont in fiction, humor and opinion pieces.
He has written five books:
The Lamoille Stories (ISBN ... Read full author bio >
"Schubart, a gifted writer, uses beautiful language from the very beginning to set the scene"
Originally from England, Writer and Film-Maker, Tom now resides in Boston, Massachusetts.
His novel, First Night, set in Boston during the New Year’s Eve festival, introduced the unlikely heroines ... Read full author bio >
Grace Mattioli is the author of Olive Branches Don't Grow On Trees (2012) and Discovery of an Eagle (2014). She writes realistic fiction filled with humor and insight. Escape ... Read full author bio >
"by the end, (readers) may be surprised to find that they, too, have undergone an emotional odyssey...poignant and well-drawn."
Doug Magee is a writer, photographer and filmmaker, living in New York City's East Harlem. His non-fiction books include Slow Coming Dark: Interviews on Death Row, and What Murder ... Read full author bio >
"Magee has an ear for political satire—besides the clever contemporary parallels, the writing is buoyant and genuinely funny."
Award winning young reader author Anne Hambleton is a lifelong horsewoman and retired amateur steeplechase jockey. She actively trains and competes former racehorses for sport careers in three-phase-eventing and show ... Read full author bio >
"...weaving her knowledge and love of horses, horsemanship and the world of competitive racing into a moving narrative that will keep fellow horse-loving readers of any age enthralled."
Sala Deib's work in Canada and overseas has earned him several awards for engineering excellence and innovations. A member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British ... Read full author bio >
Michael Gerhard Martin grew up in central Pennsylvania, and lived in Pittsburgh for over a decade. He holds an MFA in fiction from the University of Pittsburgh and teaches writing ... Read full author bio >
"...these stories achieve the far-too-uncommon accomplishment of realistically and lovingly depicting everyday people as they stumble and try to break free of their bonds."
Barbara J. Dzikowski earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in philosophy and counseling, respectively, from Indiana University. These areas of study fueled her desire to create fiction that examines the human ... Read full author bio >
"Dzikowski's poignant, engrossing historical novel vividly parallels the last brutal days of segregation with the experiences of a small town girl coming of age in a racist society."
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