Emma Gray is the youngest shepherdess working in Britain today. She tends a flock of eighty sheep on a remote National Trust farm in Northumberland and trains sheepdogs for competition.
Joanna Greenfield has an MA in Writing from Columbia University where she was awarded a fellowship for excellence in writing. She completed the first year of a doctoral program in anthropology at Emory University but gave it up to return to Africa to write about animals.
Susan Jane Gilman
Susan Jane Gilman is the author of Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress and Kiss My Tiara. She has written commentary for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and Ms. magazine, among others, and her fiction and essays have received several literary awards.
Gazza made his league debut for Newcastle in 1984-85, moving to Spurs in 1988 in a huge £2 million deal. He was one of England's key figures in the 1990 World Cup, and moved to Lazio in Italy in 1992. He then played for Rangers, Middlesbrough, Everton, Burnley and briefly in China. He won 57 caps.
Tina is the Style Director of the Saturday Times magazine, for which she also writes the column Cool Hunter. She was formerly the Editorial Director of iVillage.com, launch editor of Frank magazine, Deputy Editor of Tatler, Senior Writer at American Vogue and Beauty Director of Harpers Bazaar. She is also co-founder of Tri-Yoga.
Lyndall Gordon is the prizewinning author of biographies including CHARLOTTE BRONTE, VIRGINIA WOOLF, SHARED LIVES and MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT. Born and raised in South Africa, Lyndall is a fellow of St Hilda's College, Oxford.
Philip Gould was senior strategic adviser to Tony Blair, and runs his own political consultancy. He lives with his wife, Gail Rebuck, and their two children in North London.
Back in the 1970s Steve Greenhalgh abandoned a promising career in science to join the RSPCA, where he qualified as an inspector in 1973. During a career spanning 28 years he received several awards and commendations relating to animal welfare. His hobbies include playing in a rock band, performance poetry and Oldham Athletic and Accrington Stanley FC.
Chris Graham is a 39 year-old former British Army soldier who was diagnosed with dementia five years ago. He has just completed a 16,000 mile cycle across North America.
Frank Giles is a former Editor of The Sunday Times and the author of The Locust Years the story of the Fourth French Republic 1946-1958.Frank Giles is a former editor of the Sunday Times and the author of The Locust Years, the story of the Fourth French Republic.
Jonathan Gould has been researching and writing Can't Buy Me Love for almost twenty years. He is a former professional musician who studied with the eminent jazz drummer Alan Dawson and spent many years working in bands and recording studios. This is his first book.
Peter Guralnick is not only an acclaimed biographer but a cultural historian, the author of several famously received books about blues, country and western, and soul music.
ROD GREEN has worked as an editor and author for the past 30 years, writing or contributing to books on a diverse range of topics. He lives in Surrey.
Héloïse Goodley was a City banker until she made the impulsive decision to join the British Army. Currently she holds the rank of Captain and has completed two tours of Afghanistan in the Air Corps.
Mary Gabriel was educated in the United States and France, and worked in Washington and London as a Reuters editor for nearly two decades. She is the author of two previous biographies: Notorious Victoria: The Life of Victoria Woodhull, Uncensored, and The Art of Acquiring: A Portrait of Etta and Claribel Cone. She lives in Italy.
A. A. Gill
AA Gill is the acerbic TV and travel critic of the Sunday Times.
Richard Greene is Professor of English at Toronto University and a renowned biographer.
Rick Gekoski came from his native America to do a Ph.D at Oxford, and went on to teach English at the University of Warwick. In 1982, sick of lecturing, he decided to become a full-time rare book dealer, specialising in important twentieth-century first editions and manuscripts. He lives in London and spends time each year in Paris and New Zealand.
Carey Goldberg is the former Boston chief of the New York Times who is currently writing from home and developing her website.
Lauren Graham is the actress best known for her roles on the critically-acclaimed series "Gilmore Girls" and "Parenthood." She has performed on Broadway and appeared in such films as Bad Santa, Evan Almighty, and Because I Said So. She is also the author of the New York Times bestselling novel SOMEDAY, SOMEDAY, MAYBE, which Ballantine Books published in 2013. Her essay collection TALKING AS FAST AS I CAN: FROM GILMORE GIRLS TO GILMORE GIRLS (AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN) was published in 2016 and was also a New York Times bestseller. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Barnard College and an MFA in acting from Southern Methodist University.