Barbara Ehrenreich is the author of nine books including THE HEARTS OF MEN and FEAR OF FALLING, which was nominated for a National Book Critics' Award in 1989. She has written for the GUARDIAN, TIME, THE NEW YORK TIMES and MS. She holds a Ph.D. in Biology from Rockefeller University.
Peter Berresford Ellis
Peter Berresford Ellis, is regarded as one of the pre-eminent Celtic scholars and has published many books on the subject. He is a Fellow of three Royal Societies in historical and antiquarian fields and the recipient of many awards and honours for his work. He is also, under the pseudonym Peter Tremayne he is the author of the bestselling Sister Fidelma murder mysteries set in Ireland in the 7th Century.
A PhD in medieval history from Columbia University led Carolly Erickson to six years as a college professor, then to a career as a full-time writer. Her many books include biographies of Empress Josephine, Catherine the Great, Bloody Mary and Elizabeth I.
Brenda Evans is a keen cook, herbalist, author and devoted grandmother who lives in a small country cottage in East Sussex. When she is not cooking, or writing about cooking, she enjoys spending time tending her enormous vegetable patch and walking her two pet Chihuahuas on the nearby South Downs.
Eamon Evans is a Melbourne-based author who has spent all his working life writing for the online and print media. He has written four books: SMALL TALK, THE GODFATHER WAS A GIRL, LORD SANDWICH AND THE PANTS MAN and GRAND SLAMS OF TENNIS. His work has appeared in the SUNDAY HERALD SUN, the ADELAIDE ADVERTISER, the AUSTRALIAN BOOK REVIEW, the SUNDAY TIMES and the COURIER-MAIL. Online, he has been an in-house writer for Big Pond Sport, SBS, ArtsHub, the Weekly Book Newsletter and the electronic bulletin of the International Federation of Arts Council and Culture Agencies.