David Lang has been practicing and sharing 'the headless way' for over forty years. He edited Face to No-Face: Rediscovering our Original Natureby Douglas Harding, which has been translated into three languages, and wrote the academic book, Is a Text a Human Being?: A Non-dual Approach to Composition and Reading Theory. His website iswww.headlessworkshop.weebly.com
Ellen J. Langer was the first woman to be tenured in psychology at Harvard where she is still Professor of Psychology, and a member of the Division on Ageing of the Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Langer's other books include Mindfulness, The Power of Mindful Learning and On Becoming an Artist. She lives in Cambridge, M.A.
Ser Jammy Lannister is a Knight of Westeros, a long-standing member of the King's guard, and one of the finest bakers in the Seven Kingdoms. Having lost his right hand in a tragic accident involving spun sugar, he went on to become the greatest left-handed whisker this side of the Narrow Sea. He currently lives in King's Landing with his sister. (They are just really good friends...).@gameofscones_www.facebook.com/GameOfScones1
Fifi Lapin's 256 brothers and sisters died in myxomatosis outbreak when she was one. Consequently, her parents spoil her rotten. As an hare-ess to her father's fortune, which he made playing fast and loose with carrot and lettuce shares on the international stock market, she has been allowed to indulge her passion for fashion. In 2009 Fifi Lapin t-shirts were sold in the US and the UK (ASOS, Urban Outfitters, Barneys, Forever 21) and she collaborated with Le Sportsac on two collections, which were sold in twenty countries. Her pictures appeared on Topshop's Christmas cards - their most successful ever. Fifi is in a long-term relationship with Sonny Hare and has a dog, Stella.
Gary Larson lives in Oregon with his wife and a Big dog. Although retired from his job as a daily syndicated cartoonist, he is now turning his graphical talent to new forms of technology.
Tim Laurence is founder of the Hoffman Institute UK and Director of Hoffman International, who organise the Hoffman Process in 14 countries. He spent much of his adult life in the US and taught at the University of California, Berkeley. He is now married to the actress Serena Gordon and has 2 young sons.Tim Laurence is founder of the Hoffman Institute UK and Director of Hoffman International, who organise the Hoffman Process in 14 countries. He spent much of his adult life in the US and taught at the University of California, Berkeley. He is now married to the actress Serena Gordon and has 2 young sons.
Stephen Law was a school dropout who became a postman in Cambridge, then took a degree in philosophy at Oxford, becoming a Junior Research Fellow at the Queen's College. He now teaches philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London. He has published a number of books including The Philosophy Files, The Outer Limits and The Philosophy Gym.
Stephen Law was a school dropout who became a postman in Cambridge, then took a degree in philosophy at Oxford, becoming a Junior Research Fellow at the Queen's College. He now teaches philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London. He has published a number of books including THE PHILOSOPHY FILES, THE OUTER LIMITS and THE PHILOSOPHY GYM.
Stephen Law is Professor of Philosophy at London University and the author of The Philosophy Gym, The Philosophy Files, published in twelve languages, and the equally successful The Outer Limits
Richard Lecocq is the author of KING, a retrospective of Michael Jackson's solo career, and has run the website MJdatabank.com since 2001. He has collaborated with Universal on Michael Jackson projects, and is the editor of JAM, a biannual Michael Jackson publication.
Laura Lee is the author of several books, including Blame It on the Rain and 100 Most Dangerous Things in Everyday Life. She has an eclectic background in radio, comedy, and professional miming. Laura lives in Michigan where she divides her time between writing and producing ballet educational tours.
Mark Leigh's career has taken him from working as a scriptwriter for TV comedy acts such as Hale and Pace, through the 'Mad Men' world of advertising copywriting to developing concepts for radio and TV comedy shows and writing bestselling humour books. Over the past twenty years he has written or co-written dozens of books, including titles with Chris Tarrant and Roy Chubby Brown. Mark lives just outside London in Surrey.
Born and raised in Leeds, Keith Lemon is a northern sex symbol and national treasure. He is the author of bestselling books The Rules: 69 Ways to be Successful, Being Keith and Little Keith Lemon as well as a new series of children's stories, The Beaver and the Elephant. You may have seen him on TV shows such as Celebrity Juice, Through the Keyhole, Lemon La Vida Loca, Lemonaid, Sing if You Can, Bo! Selecta and Keith Lemon's Very Brilliant World Tour. Follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/lemontwittor and join Keith on Facebook to see more www.facebook.com/officialkeithlemon.
Quentin Letts is parliamentary sketch writer and theatre critic for the Daily Mail. A regular broadcaster on radio and television, he was formerly New York correspondent for The Times and gossip columnist for the Daily Telegraph. He recently presented Radio 4's series 'What's The Point Of?' He lists his recreations, in Who's Who as 'gossip' and 'character defenestration'.
Francesca Leung works in editorial, writes books and has written for Wallpaper*, Time Out London, ES magazine and ShortList. She also draws comics and her design work has been exhibited at the V&A museum. Her favourite things are pirates, Batman® and cake, and she spends her spare time playing Assassin's Creed® or losing at mahjong. She makes the best cup of tea in the world, according to herself. You would not want to live with her.
Michal Levin was Newsnight's medical correspondent and had her own management consultancy business until l990. Now an intuitive and spiritual teacher, she holds regular and very successful seminars in London. She also talks at venues such as St James's Piccadilly as well as at scientific conferences as a member of the Scientific and Medical Network. Her previous autobiographical book - THE POOL OF MEMORY - was published to much acclaim.
Joel Levy is a writer and researcher with a special interest in historical mysteries. He is the author of Secret History, Lost Histories, Fabulous Creatures, The Atlas of Atlantis and The Atlas of Lost Treasures.Location: North London, UK.
Ben Lewis' award-winning film HAMMER AND TICKLE was broadcast on BBC4 in 2006.
Michael Lewis is the author/Co-author of seven books, including A Guy Walks into a Bar..., The Films of Harrison Ford, The Films of Tom Hanks, and The Cheapskate's Guide to Walt Disney World. He works as an editor, primarily of books about popular culture. He lives in New Jersey and his favorite Beatles song is 'A Day in the Life.'Stephen J. Spignesi is the author of more than 30 books, including The Beatles Book of Lists and She Came in Through the Kitchen Window: Recipes Inspired by The Beatles and Their Music. He is the co-author (with Michael Lewis) of Pilgrim's landing, a screenplay about John Lennon. He lives in Connecticut and his favorite Beatles song is 'Nowhere Man.'
Though he'd have you believe he was an aristocratic orphan left in the jungle and raised by monkeys, Roger Lewis was in fact born in industrial South Wales in the last century, educated in Scotland, and became a Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, at the age of twenty-four. His book The Life and Death of Peter Sellers was made into the Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning film by HBO, starring Geoffrey Rush and Charlize Theron. Lewis, who in 2010 received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters, divides his time between a collapsing Georgian property in the Herefordshire Balkans and a flat above a dirndl shop in the imperial spa town of Bad Ischl, near Salzburg in Austria. When in London he is reliably to be found in Rules, the charming old-world restaurant in Covent Garden.