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Mukhtar Mai

Recipient of American Glamour Magazine's Woman of the Year award for 2005, Mukhtar Mai built two schools in her village with her compensation money - the Mukhtar Mai School for Girls and the Farid Gujjar School for Boys. At 33, she is an eager pupil in her own school.
Somaly Mam

Somaly Mam lives near Phnom Penh with her three children.
Anna May Mangan

Anna May Mangan has contributed articles to newspapers and magazines including The Times, Independent and Mail on Sunday. She has been shortlisted for the London Fringe Short Fiction Award, the RTE Radio/Frank MacManus Short Story Competition and was placed second in the 2008 Sean O'Faolain Short Story Competition.
Nigel Marsh

Nigel Marsh was born in Plymouth. Five years later he was sent to boarding school. He has spent the 35 years since thinking of ways of gaining attention and affirmation of his parents. The CEO of communications group Leo Burnett Australia, he lives in Bronte with his wife and four children.
Sharon Marshall

Sharon Marshall presents on THIS MORNING and writes a dating column for the SUN.
Tammie Matson

After gaining her degree in Environmental Science Tammie Matson was offered a scholarship to do a PhD in Zoology which she completed in 2003. She has been living in Namibia since 2000, based at Etosha National Park. She is currently working for Wilderness Safaris, helping them keep their camps environmentally friendly. Now she is setting up a research project on human?elephant interaction at the request of the chief of the Bushmen.
Jimmy McDonough

Jimmy McDonough is a journalist and biographer who is perhaps best known for his biographies of Russ Meyer, Andy Milligan, Neil Young, and Tammy Wynette. Over the span of his career he has written for a number of publications including The Village Voice, Film Comment, and Variety. McDonough lives in Portland, Oregon.
John McEnroe

Born in Wiesbaden in Germany in 1959, this most American of sports stars was the No 1 player in the world four times (1981-84) and some would say the best ever.
Ian McMillan

Ian McMillan was born in Yorkshire in 1956. He first started out on the live poetry circuit in the 1970s and went on to become one of Britain's best loved poets. He has the unique honour of being the first poet-in-residence to a football club, his hometown Barnsley FC
Laura Miller

Laura Miller is a journalist and critic. She is a cofounder of Salon.com, where she is currently a staff writer and is the editor of The Salon.com Readers Guide to Contemporary Authors.
Harry M. Miller

Harry M Miller moved to Australia from new Zealand in 1963 to become part of Australian entertainment history.
Harry Miller

Harry M Miller moved to Australia from new Zealand in 1963 to become part of Australian entertainment history.
Susan Mitchell

Susan Mitchell is a well-known writer, broadcaster, television presenter, columnist and public speaker. Her sixteen books include TALL POPPIES, THE MATRIARCHS, ICONS, SAINTS AND DIVAS, MARGARET WHITLAM and STAND BY YOUR MAN. Most recently, Mitchell published the polemic TONY ABBOTT: A MAN'S MAN. She lives in Adelaide.
Tracey Helton Mitchell

Tracey Helton Mitchell is a recovering heroin addict. After completing rehab in 1998, she dedicated her life to the care and treatment of heroin users. Tracey entered school through an ex-offender's program where she earned a bachelors of business administration and masters of public administration. In addition, she is a certified addiction specialist and supervisor. She was featured in the move Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street. She has also been featured by CNN, Anderson Cooper, Vice, the Huffington Post, and the New York Times. Tracey lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children.
Bob Mould

Bob Mould is an American musician, singer / songwriter, producer, and DJ. An original member of the influential 1980s punk band Hüsker Dü, he released several albums after the band separated. Michael Azerrad is the author of Our Band Could be Your Life
Zana Muhsen

Zana Muhsen was born in Birmingham.
James Munson

James Munson has a doctorate in 19th-century history from Oxford and taught there,1970-9. He has written historical and biographical scripts for the BBC and is literary editor of Contemporary Review.
Laura Munson

Laura Munson lives with her family in Montana, where she writes novels, memoirs, short stories and essays. This is her first published book.
Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami was born in Kyoto in 1949 and now lives near Tokyo. His work has been translated into forty-two languages. The most recent of his many honours is the Franz Kafka Prize.
Nicholas Murray

Nicholas Murray was born in Liverpool in 1952. He has written acclaimed biographies of Bruce Chatwin, Matthew Arnold and the poet Andrew Marvell. He is married and lives in the Welsh Marches.
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