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Marisha Chamberlain

Marisha Chamberlain is a multi-genre writer. Her debut novel, The Rose Variations, was favorably reviewed by the New York Times. Her play, Scheherazade, won the Dramatists Guild/CBS National Award, and in screenplay version, played on public television across the country. Her plays, available through Playscripts, Inc, have been staged all over the world. The World…
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Greg Brick

Greg Brick, Ph.D., was employed as a hydrogeologist and has taught geology at local colleges and universities. He has published nearly 200 articles about caves and was the recipient of the 2005 Cave History Award from the National Speleological Society. His first book, Iowa Underground: A Guide to the State’s Subterranean Treasures, was published in…
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David M. Perry

David M. Perry is a historian and journalist. He’s a columnist for Pacific Standard, writing about health justice and higher education. He covers history, disability, and politics for outlets like CNN, Washington Post, The Nation, and Medium.
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Joi Lewis

Joi Lewis is author of Healing: The Act of Radical Self-Care. She is a highly sought after speaker, mindset coach, community healer, facilitator of liberation, and social justice activist. Lewis inspires us to hold heartbreak and “joy” as we reach for our own humanity and each other’s. Her work is deeply informed by growing up…
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Nancy Holland

Former philosophy professor Nancy Holland recently began to live her dream as a full-time writer. After publishing two well received short contemporary romances with HarperCollins UK, she is thrilled to return to her first love and write fantasy novels as well as contemporary romance for Tule Publishing. Holland may create characters who live in a…
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Mark Berriman

Mark Berriman is a published author, a poet and artist, musician, and active community leader. His most recent book is That Turned Ugly Fast, featuring a foreword by Viggo Mortensen. Berriman’s first book, Scar Lit, was written under the name Mark Edward Marston. He took a ten year break from writing poetry and then returned…
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