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Barbara J. Walton-Mountjoy

Barbara J. Walton has been licensed as an attorney since 1986, practicing in the area of Family Law. A child of divorce, she is also a single mother, so she has personal as well as professional knowledge of the many issues involved. She advocates a common sense approach based on her observation of long-term effects of the legal process on both adults and children.
Megan Watzke

Megan Watzke is the press officer for NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, specializing in communicating astronomy with the public. She lives in Seattle, WA..
Dwight Webb

Dwight Webb, PhD, is a professor of counseling at University of New Hampshire. He has presented workshops in Europe and throughout the United States on themes related to future visions of psychological well-being. He receieved his doctorate in counseling psychology from Stanford University.
Robert Wells

Robert Wells is a writer, cartoonist and illustrator. He has written and drawn numerous comics including Crisp Biscuit, Crisp and Colin Comix, and is the artist of Department of the Peculiar (with writer Rol Hirst). He has produced illustrations for magazines such as Metal Hammer, Total Film and MusicTech. The first 15 pages of Back, Sack & Crack (& Brain) were short-listed for the 2014 Myriad Editions First Graphic Novel Prize.
Kimberely Welman

Kimberley Welman is a stay-at-home mum, entrepreneur and founder of the online parent's support forum and blog 'Stay Strong Mummy'. Prior to having children, Kimberley enjoyed a twelve-year career as a Senior Public Relations Consultant for one of Australia's longest serving corporate communication firms.
Kimberley Welman

Kimberley Welman is a stay-at-home mum, entrepreneur and founder of the online parent's support forum and blog 'Stay Strong Mummy'. Prior to having children, Kimberley enjoyed a twelve-year career as a Senior Public Relations Consultant for one of Australia's longest serving corporate communication firms.
Catherine Whitlock

Catherine Whitlock's PhD in Immunology at the University of London was followed by ten years of post-doctoral research in cell biology and immunology. More recently she has taught these subjects. She has an ongoing research interest in evaluating the power of science communication initiatives, such as Café Scientifique, and having gained a Diploma in Science Communication from Birkbeck College, University of London, she now works as a freelance writer. Her most recent work, including her latest book, can be found at www.catherinewhitlock.co.uk. She is a Chartered Biologist and a member of the British Society for Immunology and the Association of British Science Writers. She lives in Kent.
Matt Wilkinson

Matt Wilkinson is passionate about food in season, farmers' markets, and local producers. As the former head chef at the award-winning Circa the Prince, Wilkinson helped usher in an era of organics and gardento- kitchen rustic fine dining. He now co-owns and runs Pope Joan and the neighboring market Hams and Bacon in Melbourne, both of which have cult followings for their fresh, seasonal food. He is also the coowner and chef of a franchise of 11 Spudbar slow-food, fast-food shops in Australia, which feature healthy and delicious topped baked potatoes and salads. His first cookbook, Mr. Wilkinson's Vegetables, won the IACP cookbook award for design and has sold more than 100,000 copies worldwide in nine languages. He lives in Melbourne, Australia. For current news, visit mrwilkinsons.com.au.
Alexis Willett

Dr Alexis Willett is a science communicator who aims to make science accessible to all. She has a PhD in biomedical science from the University of Cambridge, where she studied at the Medical Research Council's Human Nutrition Research unit. She's taught human physiology and published on a wide range of health subjects. Alexis spends much of her time turning cutting-edge research and health policy jargon into something meaningful for the public, patients, doctors and policy makers. In her spare time, Alexis drinks a lot of rooibos tea. Her first book, How Much Brain Do We Really Need?, with Jennifer Barnett, was published by Robinson in December 2017.
Ian Wilmut

Ian Wilmut is Professor and Head of the Department of Gene Expression and Development at the Roslin Institute. He has a distinguised record of ground-breaking biological research and is uniquely qualified for this book both as a pioneer in the science of cloning and as a participant in the public discussions of its possible social and ethical consequences.
Dr Val Wilson

Dr Val Wilson holds a PhD in Health Education from the University of Kent. Her thesis concerned effective self-management of diabetes. She also holds an MSc in Health Education and Health Promotion from Canterbury Christ Church University. Dr Wilson has published widely in nursing and healthcare journals, and has had Type 1 diabetes for 41 years.
Edward O. Wilson

Born in Alabama in 1929, Edward O. Wilson has taught at Harvard since 1955 where he is currently Honorary Curator in Entomology of the Museum of Comparative Zoology.
Colin Wilson

Colin Wilson, renowned criminologist, TV and radio personality, is one of the most popular and respected writers on both criminology and psychology. He is the best-selling author of more than 60 books, including The Outsider, The Criminal History of Mankind, A Plague of Murder, The Mammoth Book of True Crime and many other works of non-fiction and fiction. He lives in Cornwall.
Derek Wilson

DEREK WILSON is a renowned Tudor historian. A graduate of Peterhouse, Cambridge, he has written over 50 critically acclaimed books including A Brief History of the Circumnavigators, and The Uncrowned Kings of England, as well as recent biographies of Charlemagne and Holbein.He is a writer and presenter for radio and television and is also the founder of the Cambridge History festival. He lives in North Devon. Visit his website: www.derekwilson.com
James Windell

James Windell, MA, is a court psychologist at the Oakland County (Michigan) Circuit Court where he conducts group therapy with adolescent delinquents and treats high-conflict divorce couples. He is the author of several parenting and medical books, and his most recent book is The Fathersytle Advantage. He writes a syndicated parenting column.
Rosalind Wiseman

Rosalind Wiseman is an interantionally recognized author and educator on children, teens, parenting, bullying, social justice, and ethical leadership.
Naomi Wolf

Naomi Wolf is at the forefront of contemporary feminist thought. Through her four groundbreaking books she has given voice to women of all ages, helping reveal the social myths that conspire to keep women struggling against inequality.
Robert Wright

Robert Wright has written extensively for THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, THE NEW YORKER and TIME magazine, and currently works as a senior editor at THE NEW REPUBLIC.
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