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Martyn Waites

Martyn Waites was born and raised in Newcastle Upon Tyne. He first worked as an actor and has appeared in numerous theatre and TV productions. His first novel, Mary's Prayer, featuring investigative journalist Stephen Larkin, was published in 1997. He has been shortlisted for the CWA Steel Dagger for thriller of the year, the Dagger in Library and the short story Dagger, and his novel The White Room was Guardian Book of the Year. Writing as Tania Carver, he created the Phil Brennan/Marina Esposito series, the first of which, The Surrogate, was shortlisted for the Theakstons Award for crime novel of the year. He has held two writing residencies in YOIs and prisons, twice been the RLF Literary Fellow at Essex university, held classes in creative writing for excluded teenagers and taught an MA in crime fiction. He can be found at www.martynwaites.com or www.taniacarver.com.
Chistopher A Walsh

Christopher A Walsh is an award-winning political journalist with the NT NEWS. A native of Canada, his work has appeared in a variety of publications there, covering everything from the east coast carnival to politics across the country. His first book, UNDER THE ELECTRIC SKY, was an Atlantic Book Award finalist for Best Literary Non-fiction. From the carnival of Canada to the circus of NT politics, he is currently based in Darwin.
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.
John Waters

John Waters is an American filmmaker, actor, writer and visual artist best known for his cult films, including Hairspray, Pink Flamingos and Cecil B. DeMented. He is also the author of a memoir, Role Models. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
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.
Kieron Webb

Kieron Webb is the founder and creative director for the male grooming education brand The London Barber. He works regularly with a number of celebrities including Zayn Malik, Joe Sugg, and Jim Chapman and has worked on key editorial shoots for publications such as GQ, Clash, Gay Times, and Hunger magazine.
Sue-Ellen Welfonder

Sue-Ellen Welfonder is a dedicated medievalist of Scottish descent who spent fifteen years living abroad and still makes annual research trips to Great Britain.
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.
Jim White

Jim White writes on sport for the DAILY TELEGRAPH, presents Scottish Television's Champions' League coverage and is movie critic of WORD magazine.Jim White was brought up in Manchester, educated at Manchester Grammar School and on the terraces of Old Trafford. After a degree in English at Bristol University, he became a freelance magazine writer specialising in pop music, before joining the launch team at the INDEPENDENT in 1986. Ten years later he decamped to the GUARDIAN, before taking a right turn to the TELEGRAPH in 2003. He has worked extensively for both BBC Radio 4 and Radio 5 (winning a Sony Gold Award in 2001) and for BBC television (including a stint as reporter on BBC2's Travel Show) and has written and presented a number of television documentaries, including an RTS-nominated examination of the Jose Mourinho 'phenomenon'. He has also published several books about football issues, including the award-winning ARE YOU WATCHING, LIVERPOOL?, the inside story of Manchester United's 1993-94 season.
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.
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.
Michelle Witte

Michelle Witte is a lifelong admirer of Bob Ross who wishes she could paint half so well but settles for working with the written word. She is the author of humor books including The Craptastic Guide to Pseudo-Swearing and The Faker's Guide to the Classics.
Eva Woods

Eva Woods grew up in a small Irish village and now lives in London, where she dodges urban foxes and tuts at tourists on escalators. She runs the UK's first writing course for commercial novels and regularly teaches creative writing.
Sesame Workshop

Sesame Street debuted in 1969 and has been defining children's programming ever since. More than 90 million kids have watched Sesame Street over the past four-and-a-half decades.
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