Kevan Wylie recently retired from the position of Clinical Lead at the NHS Porterbrook Clinic in Sheffield and as the Consultant in Sexual Medicine at the Directorate of Urology, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield. He was Honorary Professor of Sexual Medicine for a number of years at the University of Sheffield until his retirement in 2017. Throughout his career, Kevan was responsible for training medical undergraduates and also postgraduates across a number of disciplines as well as regularly hosting colleagues from around the world at his clinics. Between 2012 & 2017 Kevan was the president of the World Association for Sexual Health, an Association that revised their Declaration of Sexual Rights in 2015. In 2017, Kevan took over as the President of the European Federation of Sexology.
John Wukovits, a military historian specializing in World War II, is the author of nine books and numerous articles in military journals and magazines. He lives in Michigan.
Dr Jessica Wu, a graduate of Harvard Medical School, is a dermatologist in Los Angeles and an Assistant Clinical Professor at the USC Medical School. When she's not helping Hollywood's A-list get red carpet-ready, she's dishing up advice as the skin and Beauty Expert on EverdayHealth.com and on her daily e-Newsletter.
Larry Writer is the author of a number of books, including bestsellers the Ned Kelly Award-winning RAZOR, and PLEASURE AND PAIN. Larry is also an experienced journalist and in recent years has written for the WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN, AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW and the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.
Suzanne Wright lives in England with her husband and two children. When she's not spending time with her family, she's writing, reading or doing her version of housework - sweeping the house with a look. She's worked in a pharmaceutical company, at a Disney Store, at a primary school as a voluntary teaching assistant, at the RSCPA and has a First Class Honours degree in Psychology and Identity Studies. As to her interests, she enjoys reading, writing, reading, writing (sort of eat, sleep, write, repeat), spending time with her family, movie nights with her sisters and playing with her two Bengal kittens. To connect with Suzanne online: Website: http://www.suzannewright.co.uk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/suzannewrightfanpage Twitter: https://twitter.com/suz_wright Blog: http://www.suzannewrightsblog.blogspot.co.uk
Judith Wright, EdD, is a world-class couples and lifestyles coach, media favorite, inspirational speaker, lifestyles expert, and corporate consultant. She is the award-winning author of Transformed! and best-selling author of There Must Be More Than This and The Soft Addiction Solution,. Wright has appeared on ABC's 20/20, Oprah, Good Morning America, and Today; and in over 600 print and radio interviews, including the New York Daily News, Chicago Tribune, Boston Herald, and San Francisco Chronicle. Wright is founder of the dynamic and innovative Wright Couples Program, and professor of transformational coaching and co-founder of the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential.
Thomas Wright, historian, writer and researcher, was editor for Peter Ackroyd's London: The Biography.
S. K. Wright
S.K.Wright is an award-winning author who has previously published novels for both teenagers and adults under her real name, Sam Mills. She studied English at Oxford and now works in publishing and lives in London. This is her debut book under the name S.K.Wright.
Kristina Wright, described by the Romance Reader as "a budding force to be reckoned with", is a full-time writer and the editor of the bestselling Fairy Tale Lust: Erotic Fantasies for Women, as well as other anthologies including Dream Lover; Steamlust; Lustfully Ever After; Duty and Desire and the Best Erotic Romance series for Cleis Press. Her erotic romance Seduce Me Tonight is forthcoming from HarperCollins Mischief and her erotica has been published in over one hundred anthologies. Her articles, interviews and book reviews have appeared in numerous publications, both print and online. She received the Golden Heart Award for Romantic Suspense from Romance Writers of America for her first novel Dangerous Curves and she is a member of RWA as well as the special interest chapters Passionate Ink and Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal. She is a book reviewer for the Erotica Readers and Writers Association (erotica-readers.com) and blogs regularly at the multi-author blog Oh Get a Grip! (ohgetagrip.blogspot.com). She holds degrees in English and Humanities and has taught College Composition and World Mythology at the community college level. Originally from South Florida, Kristina is living happily ever after in Virginia with her husband Jay and their two little boys. You can visit her website at kristinawright.com.
Alexis Wright is one of Australia's finest writers and a member of the Waanyi nation of the southern highlands of the Gulf of Carpentaria. Her books include Grog War, a study of alcohol abuse in the outback town of Tennant Creek, and the novel Plains of Promise, which was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Prize, the Age Book of the Year and the NSW Premier's Award. In 2007 Carpentaria won the prestigious Miles Franklin Literary Award, Australia's equivalent of the Booker.
Laura Wright is passionate about romantic fiction. Though she's spent most of her life immersed in acting, singing and competitive ballroom dancing, when she found the world of writing and books and endless cups of coffee she knew she was home. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two young children.
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.
Born and raised in Southeast Michigan near Ann Arbor, Elle learned the importance of reading from her mother. It was also her mother who, later on in her life, gave Elle her first romance novel: Indigo by Beverly Jenkins. From that moment on, Elle became a fan of Ms. Jenkins for life and a lover of all things romance. An old journal she wrote back in college became her first book (which she still wants to publish one day).
Deborah Wright graduated from Oxford University with a degree in English Literature. She divides her time between Sutton and her writing base near Manchester.
Kim Wright has been writing about travel, food, and wine for more than 20 years for many magazines including Wine Spectator, Self, Travel & Leisure, and Vogue and has twice won the Lowell Thomas Award for travel writing but she also writes erotica. This is her first novel. Kim lives in Charlotte, NC.
Kai Wright is a writer and editor whose work explores the politics of sex, race, and health. He contributes to a variety of independent and community-based publications ranging from Mother Jones to Essence magazine. He is the author of Drifting Toward Love: Black, Brown, Gay and Coming of Age on the Streets of New York (Beacon Press, January 2008) and Soldiers of Freedom (Black Dog & Leventhal, 2003). He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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.
David B. Woolner
David B. Woolner is a senior fellow and the Hyde Park Resident Historian at the Roosevelt Institute and an associate professor of history at Marist College. He lives in Rhinebeck, New York.
Vicki Woodyard is known for her emotional honesty, and as a reader says, "Your words really strike the anahat-the deepest place in the heart." Vicki Woodyard studied with Vernon Howard, a Fourth Way teacher. Silence is her teacher these days and she lives a simple life in Atlanta, Georgia. www.vickiwoodyard.com
Stephen Woodworth, a native Californian, is a First Place winner in the Writers of the Future Contest, and has published speculative fiction for more than a decade. www.myspace.com/woodworthsworldofwonders