Edith Hamilton (12 August 1867-31 May 1963) was an American educator and author who was recognised as the greatest woman classicist of her time. The New York Times has described her as the classical scholar who 'brought into clear and brilliant focus the Golden Age of Greek life and thought...with Homeric power and simplicity in her style of writing'.
David Haviland is a journalist and writer, who now knows more about animal excretions than can possibly be healthy.
Anthony Holden is an award-winning journalist who has published more than thirty books, including biographies of Laurence Olivier, Tchaikovsky and Shakespeare. He has published translations of opera, ancient Greek plays and poetry. With his son Ben, he has edited Poems That Make Grown Men Cry and Poems That Make Grown Women Cry.
Brendan Horgan's work as a media historian began after a career in banking and finance and later as a freelance writer and producer. He was a founder of the 'Once Upon A Wireless Project', an oral history of Australian radio which recorded oral history interviews on tape with 350 people who began the Australian radio industry in the 1920s and 1930s.
Jacky Hyams is a freelance journalist, editor, and columnist with over 20 years experience in writingfor mass market magazines and newspapers in the UK and Australia. She is the author of seven non fiction books.