A A Milne
AA Milne was born in London and lived from 1882-1956.He was the successful author of plays and books for children and adults, and is best known for his Christopher Robin stories - Winnie-the-Pooh, The House at Pooh Corner, When We Were Very Young and Now We are Six.
Samuel A. Culbert
Samuel A. Culbert is Professor of Management at UCLA Anderson School of Management and the recipient of the American Association of Publishers Best Management Book of the Year award and the Harvard Business Review McKinsey Award.
Professor A. D. P Briggs
Anthony Briggs, Professor of Russian at Birmingham University, Senior Research Fellow at Bristol University, is a well-known writer and broadcaster on Russian cultural affairs and European poetry. His recent translation of War and Peace was critically acclaimed. Among his many publications are six editions in the Everyman's Poetry series.
Robert A. Heinlein
Robert A. Heinlein was the grand master of science fiction in the twentieth century. Over the course of his long career he won numerous awards and many of his novels have cemented their place in history as science fiction classics, including STARSHIP TROOPERS, THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS, and the beloved STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND.
Michele A. Hernandez
Michele A. Hernandez graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College in 1989. She served as an assistant director of admissions at Dartmouth College from 1992 to 1997. Currently, she is the president of Hernandez College Consulting LLC, one of the nation's leading firms on helping students gain admission into top colleges.
John A. Keel
John A. Keel was born in New York state in 1930. He started his writing career in the 1940s, writing for magazines, comic books and television, then travelled the world, spotting his first UFO in Egypt and a yeti in Sikkim. The author of more than a dozen books, he is most famous for THE MOTHMAN PROPHECIES, his classic account of the paranormal phenomena he experienced in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, in 1966. He died on July 3, 2009 in New York City, at the age of 79.
J. A. Thomas
The author, Jeremy A. Thomas, is former Head of Site at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Dorset, and is widely recognized as one the UK's leading experts on butterflies.
Elizabeth Aaron is a Fashion Design graduate who has worked for Alexander McQueen, Jonathan Saunders and Givenchy. She moved to Paris in 2012 to write Low Expectations while working as a nanny. She is currently writing her second novel and first screenplay. She lives in Paris, but is frequently in the UK.
Rachel Aaron was born in Atlanta, GA. After a lovely, geeky childhood full of books and public television, she gained a BA in English Literature from the University of Georgia. She currently lives in a 70s house-of-the-future in Athens, GA with her loving husband, overgrown library, and small, brown dog.
Ben Aaronovitch is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling PC Peter Grant series of novels (Rivers of London, Moon Over Soho, Whispers Under Ground, Broken Homes, Foxglove Summer and the upcoming The Hanging Tree).He was born and raised in London, and his love for the city is reflected throughout the series. Ben has also previously written for television and worked as a bookseller.He still resides in London, and is currently working on his next novel. Find out more on his website www.the-folly.com, or follow him on Twitter @Ben_Aaronovitch.
Nick Abadzis is a comic artist and scriptwriter for Marvel comics, as well as an illustrator of children's books. He has had various graphic novels published and cartoon strips serialised in magazines and comics. Nick lives in Twickenham.
Matthew De Abaitua
Matthew De Abaitua was born in Liverpool in 1971. After graduating from the University of East Anglia Creative Writing MA, he worked as Will Self's amanuensis in a remote Suffolk cottage. Then he fell into writing and editing for The Idler. He wrote and presented a low-budget documentary series about British science fiction for Channel 4 called SF:UK.His second book was a non-fiction memoir and history, The Art of Camping: The History and Practice of Sleeping Under the Stars, published in 2011 by Hamish Hamilton and Penguin. The Economist described it as one of the books of the year. He is currently writing his next novel IF THEN set in a British market town of the near future and in the First World War. It features Dr Easy and a couple of minor characters from The Red Men.
Stephan Abarbanell was born in 1957 and grew up in Hamburg. He studied protestant theology and general rhetoric in Hamburg, Tübingen and Berkeley/USA. He also worked as a chaplain at the University Hospital San Francisco. For many years he was chief of programming at rbb Broadcasting, and is now in charge of cultural affairs with the public rbb-Televison and Radio in Berlin. He lives with his wife in Potsdam. Displaced is his first novel.
Mitch R. Abblett
Mitch R. Abblett, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and clinical director of the Manville School, a therapeutic day school program in Boston, MA, serving children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties. He maintains a private practice, and has written regarding mindfulness, clinical work, and youth mental health needs. He conducts national and international trainings on mindfulness and its applications.
Jeff Abbott's novels have been published in twenty languages. His books Panic and Run have been optioned for film and are in script development, and he recently won the International Thriller Writers' Best Paperback Original award for The Last Minute. Jeff lives in Texas with his wife and two sons.
Tony Abbott is the author of over 60 books for young readers, including the Droon series, which has sold over 4.5 million books to date, and the Golden Kite winner Firegirl. He has been a bookseller and a librarian and currently lives in Connecticut with his wife and two daughters.
David Abbott began his career as an advertising copywriter and went on to found one of the U.K.'s outstanding advertising agencies, Abbott Mead Vickers. He is widely recognized as one of the industry's most deservedly celebrated creative directors. This book, many years in the making, is his first novel.
Sally Abbott is a former journalist and a PR Director who lives in Central Victoria with her partner. She was the inaugural winner of The Richell Prize for Emerging Writers in 2015. CLOSING DOWN is her first novel.
Stig Abell is the editor of the TLS. He has a weekly radio show on LBC and has previously worked as managing editor of The Sun. He has written for publications including the Guardian, the Independent, The Spectator, the New Statesman and the New York Times, and appears regularly on many broadcast channels. How Britain Works is his first book.
Sarah Abell started her career as a BBC News trainee and spent seven years working as an on-screen reporter for programmes such as Breakfast News and Working Lunch. She has spent the last seven years working in relationships education, helping to develop courses and resources for use with individuals, couples and families. She met her husband David on a counselling course and they have been married five years. Together they present courses about relationships. Sarah currently writes the weekly 'Inside Out' column for The Telegraph.