The Authors

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Authors Appearing in 2017

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Michael V. Hayden
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Michael V. Hayden

Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror

General Michael V. Hayden is a retired four-star general and former director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Before becoming Director of CIA, he served as the country’s first principal deputy director of National Intelligence and was the highest-ranking intelligence officer in the armed forces. Earlier, General Hayden served as director of the National Security Agency. Currently, he serves as a principal at the Chertoff Group, a security and risk management advisory firm, and as a distinguished visiting professor at George Mason University. In 2014 he was the inaugural Humanitas visiting professor in intelligence studies at Oxford University. His recent book, Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror, was a New York Times best-seller and was recently selected by the New York Times as one of its 100 notable books of 2016.

Thomas Dolby
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Thomas Dolby

The Speed of Sound: Breaking the Barriers Between Music and Technology

Thomas Dolby has spent his career at the intersection of music and technology. He was an early star on MTV, and then moved to Silicon Valley, where he has an extraordinary career as an entrepreneur. He has been named Johns Hopkins University’s first Homewood Professor of the Arts, where he will help create a new center that will serve as an incubator for technology in the arts.
Website: www.thomasdolby.com
Facebook: officialthomasdolby
Twitter: @ThomasDolby

Mark K. Shriver
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Mark K. Shriver

Pilgrimage: My Search for the Real Pope Francis

Mark K. Shriver is president of Save the Children Action Network in Washington, DC, created the Choice Program, and is a former Maryland state legislator. His new book, Pilgrimage: My Search for the Real Pope Francis, was released in November 2016. Mr. Shriver's New York Times best-selling memoir, A Good Man: Rediscovering My Father, Sargent Shriver, was published in June 2012. He lives with his wife and three children in Bethesda.

Jonathan S. Addleton
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Jonathan S. Addleton

The Dust of Kandahar: A Diplomat Among Warriors in Afghanistan

Ambassador Jonathan S. Addleton served as United States Ambassador to Mongolia. His thirty-two-year Foreign Service career also included assignments as USAID mission director in India, Pakistan, Cambodia, Mongolia, and Central Asia; USAID representative to the European Union in Brussels; and senior civilian representative for southern Afghanistan in Kandahar. Ambassador Addleton authored four books: The Dust of Kandahar; Mongolia and the United States; Some Far and Distant Place; and Undermining the Center. His articles have appeared in such publications as Asian Affairs, Foreign Service Journal, Mongolica, Muslim World, and the Washington Post. Ambassador Addleton was born and raised in the mountains of northern Pakistan. He has Ph.D. is from Tufts University and a B.S. from Northwestern University. His awards include the Christian A. Herter Award for Intellectual Courage and Constructive Dissent from the American Foreign Service Association; Distinguished Honor Award from USAID; Outstanding Civilian Service Award from the United States Army; and Polar Star, Mongolia's highest civilian award, from the President of Mongolia.
Website:  www.dustofkandahar.com

Gary Belsky
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Gary Belsky

On the Origins of Sports: The Early History and Original Rules of Everybody's Favorite Games (coauthor Neil Fine)

Gary Belsky, the former editor-in-chief of ESPN The Magazine and espn.com/insider, is a seasoned commentator on sports and sports culture, media and business. For several years he was the co-host of a weekly sports show on SiriusXM, and has appeared on a variety of media platforms, including CNN, E! and NPR. Before joining ESPN, where Mr. Belsky created the company’s franchise “Body Issue,” he was a writer at Money magazine and a reporter for Crain’s New York Business and the St. Louis Business Journal. He was a regular contributor to CNN’s Your Money and ABC’s Good Morning America, as well as a frequent guest on Oprah, Inside Edition,CBS This Morning, and many other programs. Mr. Belsky’s writing has appeared in The New York Times, New York, Sports Illustrated, Mental Floss, time.com, money.com, and newyorker.com. In 1990, he won the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism. A longtime resident of Manhattan, Mr. Belsky serves on the board of directors of Urban Pathways, one of New York's largest providers of services to the homeless; the New York Neo-Futurists, an award-winning theater company; and the Leadership Council of the Pierre Laclede Honors College at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, his alma mater.
Twitter: @GaryBelsky
Instagram: @Gary_Belsky

Kate Andersen Brower
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Kate Andersen Brower

First Women: The Grace and Power of America's Modern First Ladies

Kate Andersen Brower is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House. Her new book, also a New York Times bestseller, First Women: The Grace and Power of America’s Modern First Ladies reveals what life is really like for the First Lady through interviews with the former First Ladies themselves and their family members, friends and political advisers. Ms. Anderson Brower spent four years covering the Obama White House for Bloomberg News and is a former CBS News staffer and Fox News producer. She has written for The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Time, The Washington Post, and Bloomberg Businessweek. She lives outside of Washington, DC, with her husband, their two young children, and their wheaten terrier.
Website: www.katebrower.com
Twitter: @katebrower
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kateandersenbrowerauthor

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Rabia Chaudry

Adnan's Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After "Serial"

Rabia Chaudry is a wife, mother, attorney, and currently a Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace, where she researches the intersection of religion and violent extremism. Her regions of interest are Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. She received her J.D. from the George Mason School of Law and practiced immigration and civil rights law for over a decade. Ms. Chaudry is a 2016 Aspen Ideas Scholar, and a fellow of the Truman National Security Project, the American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute, and the Shalom Hartman Institute. She is the public advocate of Adnan Syed, the wrongfully convicted man at the center of Serial, the most popular podcast in history and the co-producer and co-host of the podcast Undisclosed, which has over 70 million downloads. Ms. Chaudry is the recipient of the Truman National Security Project's 2015 Harry S. Truman Award for Communications & Media Influence, a 2015 Carnegie Corporation Great Immigrant, and the 2015 Healing & Hope award by the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth.
Website: www.rabiachaudry.com
Twitter: @rabiasquared
Facebook: www.facebook.com/rabia.chaudry

Alejandro Danois
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Alejandro Danois

The Boys of Dunbar: A Story of Love, Hope, and Basketball

Alejandro Danois is a native of Brooklyn, NY, who now lives in Baltimore. He earned a scholarship for talented minority students to attend Milton Academy in Massachusetts and later attended the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Danois is editor-in-chief of the Shadow League and a freelance sports and entertainment writer whose work has been published by the New York Times, the Baltimore Sun, Associated Press, Bleacher Report, Sporting News,Los Angeles Times, and Ebony magazine, among others. The Boys of Dunbar is his first book.
Twitter: @alidanois

Jeffery Deaver

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Jeffery Deaver

The Burial Hour (A Lincoln Rhyme Novel)

Jeffery Deaver is a former journalist, folksinger and attorney, as well as an international number-one bestselling author. His novels have appeared on bestseller lists around the world, including the New York Times, the Times of London, Italy’s Corriere della Sera, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Los Angeles Times. His books are sold in 150 countries and have been translated into over twenty-five languages. He has sold 50 million books worldwide.

Website: www.jefferydeaver.co
Twitter: @JefferyDeaver
Facebook: @JefferyDeaver
Stefanie DeLuca
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Stefanie DeLuca

Coming of Age in the Other America (coauthors Susan Clampet-Lundquist, Kathryn J. Edin)

Stefanie DeLuca is an associate professor of sociology at the Johns Hopkins University. Her research uses sociological perspectives to inform education and housing policy and she was awarded a William T. Grant Foundation Scholars Award to study residential mobility, neighborhoods and family life among very poor families in the South. Dr. DeLuca is currently working on a mixed-methods study examining the effects of Baltimore housing programs on long-term neighborhood and school quality, as well as children’s educational outcomes. She contributes regularly to national and local media, including the Baltimore Sun, Washington Post, Education Week, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and National Public Radio. Dr. DeLuca’s work has been published in academic journals such as Journal of Public Policy Analysis and Management, Annual Review of Sociology, and American Educational Research Journal, and she has presented her work as part of an exhibit at the National Museum of American History. She was appointed to a MacArthur Foundation research network on the effects of housing on young children, as a fellow at the Century Foundation, and as a member of the policy advisory board at the Reinvestment Fund. Dr. DeLuca earned her Ph.D. in human development and social policy at Northwestern University, and bachelor’s degrees in psychology and sociology at the University of Chicago.
Website: povertyinequalityresearchlab.org
Twitter: @Stefanie_DeLuca

Kevin Deutsch
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Kevin Deutsch

Pill City: How Two Honor Roll Students Foiled the Feds and Built a Drug Empire

Kevin Deutsch is an award-winning criminal justice reporter for Newsday and author of The Triangle: A Year on the Ground with New York's Bloods and Crips. He previously worked on staff at the New York Daily News, Miami Herald, Palm Beach Post, and Riverdale Press. Mr. Deutsch’s work has also appeared in Newsweek. He specializes in journalism about street gangs and drug trafficking and has received multiple prizes for his writing about crime and national news events, including an Associated Press award for justice beat reporting. A graduate of Florida International University, Mr. Deutsch teaches journalism at Queens College and lives in New York City.
Website: www.kevindeutsch.us
Twitter: @pillcitybook
Instagram: pillcity

 Kathryn J. EdinPhoto by Aaron Clamage
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Kathryn J. Edin

$2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America (coauthor H. Luke Shaefer)

Kathryn J. Edin is one of the nation’s leading poverty researchers, working in the domains of welfare and low-wage work, family life and neighborhood contexts. The hallmark of her research is her direct, in-depth observations of the lives of low-income women, men and children. Dr. Edin has authored six books and some fifty journal articles and is the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. Formerly, she was professor of public policy and management at the Harvard Kennedy School and chair of the multidisciplinary program in inequality and social policy. Dr. Edin is a founding member of the MacArthur Foundation-funded Network on Housing and Families with Young Children and a past member of the MacArthur Network on the Family and the Economy.
Website: www.twodollarsaday.com

Jennifer FarleyPhoto by Emily Goodstein
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Jennifer Farley

The Gourmet Kitchen

Jennifer Farley is the writer, food photographer and stylist behind "Savory Simple," a blog dedicated to everyday gourmet recipes for the home cook. She graduated from the culinary arts program at L’Academie de Cuisine in Gaithersburg, MD, and has worked professionally as a line cook, pastry chef and cooking instructor. Ms. Farley currently works as a full-time recipe developer and food photographer in Bethesda, MD, where she lives with her husband. She’s a regular contributor for numerous publications and brands including eHow, Food52, Edible DC, The Kitchn, Parade Magazine, Wisconsin Cheese, and Bob’s Red Mills. Her first cookbook is The Gourmet Kitchen. 
Website: www.savorysimple.net
Twitter: twitter.com/SavorySimple
Instagram: instagram.com/savorysimple
Facebook: facebook.com/savorysimple

Jonathan Fields
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Jonathan Fields

How to Live a Good Life: Soulful Stories, Surprising Science and Practical Wisdom

Jonathan Fields is a New York City dad, husband, award-winning author, serial entrepreneur, teacher, and strategist who founded a number of game-changing wellness-companies, taught thousands of students, and led workshops around the world on everything from yoga and mindfulness to conscious entrepreneurship and innovation. His new book, How to Live a Good Life, offers a gateway to a life of meaning, connection and vitality. Mr. Fields runs a mission-driven media and education venture, Good Life Project®, where he produces a top-rated podcast channel and video series with hundreds of thousands of followers and millions of views and downloads. He regularly keynotes at events and has been featured widely in the media, including the New York Times, USA Today, People, O Magazine, Vogue, Elle, Yoga Journal, SELF, Allure, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and FastCompany, Inc.
Website: www.goodlifeproject.com

Amy Gary
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Amy Gary

In the Great Green Room: The Brilliant and Bold Life of Margaret Wise Brown

Amy Gary discovered unpublished manuscripts and songs from Margaret Wise Brown, author of Good Night Moon, tucked away in a trunk in the attic of Margaret Brown’s sister’s barn in 1990. Since then, Ms. Gary has catalogued, edited and researched all of the author’s writings. Her work on Margaret Brown has been covered in Vanity Fair and Entertainment Weekly and on NPR. Ms. Gary was formerly the director of publishing at Lucasfilm and headed the publishing department at Pixar Animation studios. In addition to writing, she packages books for retailers and publishers. In that capacity, she has worked with Sam’s Wholesale, Books-a-Million, Sterling Publishers, and Charles Schultz Creative Associates.
Website: margaretwisebrown.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AmyGaryAuthor/
Twitter: @MargaretWiseB

John Gilstrap
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John Gilstrap

Friendly Fire (A Jonathan Grave Thriller)

John Gilstrap is the New York Times bestselling author of thrillers such as Friendly Fire, Nick of Time, Against All Enemies, Threat Warning, and Six Minutes to Freedom. Four of his books have been purchased or optioned for the big screen. In addition, Mr. Gilstrap has written four screenplays for Hollywood, adapting the works of Nelson DeMille, Norman McLean and Thomas Harris. He will co-produce the film adaptation of his book, Six Minutes to Freedom, which will be filming this year. A frequent speaker at literary events, Mr. Gilstrap also teaches seminars on suspense writing techniques at a wide variety of venues, from local libraries to the Smithsonian Institution. Outside of his writing life, he is a renowned safety expert with extensive knowledge of explosives, weapons systems, hazardous materials, and fire behavior.

Pamela Haag
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Pamela Haag

The Gunning of America: Business and the Making of the American Gun Culture

Pamela Haag is an award-winning essayist, historian and nonfiction author. The Gunning of America: Business and the Making of American Gun Culture is her third book. She has published works on a wide range of topics in a variety of forums, including The American Scholar, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Times (London), Slate, Michigan Quarterly Review, Antioch Review, Chronicle of Higher Education, Time, and many others. The Gunning of America and Marriage Confidential both received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly. Dr. Haag has discussed her work on hundreds of radio and television programs, including the Diane Rehm Show , the Today show, MSNBC, C-Span's AfterWords, the CBS Sunday morning show, and WNYC's The Takeaway. In addition to her writing, she has a freelance developmental editing business. Dr. Haag has a Ph.D. in history from Yale University, an M.F.A. from Goucher, and a B.A. from Swarthmore College.
Website: www.pamelahaag.com

Debbie Levy
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Debbie Levy

I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark

Debbie Levy is the award-winning author of many books of nonfiction and fiction for young people, including Soldier Song; The Year of Goodbyes; Dozer’s Run, and, of course, I Dissent, which received the 2017 Sydney Taylor Award and the 2016 National Jewish Book Award, among other honors. A former lawyer and newspaper editor, she holds a bachelor’s degree in government and foreign affairs from the University of Virginia, and a law degree and master’s degree in world politics from the University of Michigan. She lives in Maryland with her husband. 
Website: debbielevybooks.com/
Twitter: @debbielevybooks
Facebook: www.facebook.com/debbie.levy.79


Greer Macallister
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Greer Macallister

Girl in Disguise

Greer Macallister is a poet, short story writer, playwright, and novelist who earned her M.F.A. in creative writing from American University. Her debut novel The Magician's Lie was a USA Today bestseller, an Indie Next pick, and a Target Book Club selection. It has been optioned for film by Jessica Chastain's Freckle Films. Her new novel Girl in Disguise, about America's first female private detective, is coming in March 2016.
Website: greermacallister.com
Twitter: @thadygreer


Lisa MaxwellPhoto by Cameron Whitman Photography
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Lisa Maxwell

Unhooked

Lisa Maxwell is the author of Unhooked, Sweet Unrest and The Gathering Deep. She grew up in Akron, OH, and has a Ph.D. in English. She’s worked as a teacher, scholar, bookseller, editor, and writer. When she’s not writing books, she’s a professor at a local college. She now lives near Washington, DC, with her husband and two sons. Her next book is The Last Magician, a historical fantasy set in old New York about a talented time-traveling thief who must stop the Magician from destroying an ancient Book that could save all of magic.
Website:  www.lisa-maxwell.com
Twitter: @lisamaxwellYA
Instagram: @lisamaxwell13

Cait Murphy
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Cait Murphy

A History of American Sports in 100 Objects

Cait Murphy is the author of two previous books, Crazy '08, about the 1908 baseball season, and Scoundrels in Law, about late-19th-century New York celebrity lawyers. She spent most of her career as a journalist, including stints with the Asian Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong, the Economist in London, and Fortune in New York. Ms. Murphy is now an editor with McKinsey and Company, working chiefly on research related to energy and the environment. Her degree is in American studies from Amherst College, and all her books reflect her continuing interest in the subject.
Website: historyofamericansportsin100objects.com

Daniel A. Nathan
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Daniel A. Nathan

Baltimore Sports: Stories from Charm City

Daniel A. Nathan is professor and chair of American studies at Skidmore College, the author of the award-winning Saying It’s So: A Cultural History of the Black Sox Scandal, and the editor of Rooting For the Home Team: Sport, Community and Identity and Baltimore Sports: Stories from Charm City. He is past president of the North American Society for Sport History and the recipient of several honors, including a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship and a Fulbright Fellowship.

Daniel Palmer
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Daniel Palmer

Forgive Me

Daniel Palmer is the author of eight critically acclaimed suspense novels and an occasional short story writer. He considers himself an accidental novelist who first began his career as a musician, having spent several years performing in the Boston club scene and releasing two CDs. Mr. Palmer has had success in the technology field as well, helping pioneer the first generation of websites, most notably Barnes & Noble. With techcentric themes, his novels focus on ordinary men pitted against extraordinary circumstances. Mr. Palmer holds a master’s degree from Boston University and lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children. 


Matthew Palmer
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Matthew Palmer

The Wolf of Sarajevo

Matthew Palmer is a 25-year veteran of the U.S. Foreign Service and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, currently serving as the director for multilateral affairs in the State Department’s Bureau of Asian and Pacific Affairs. He has worked as a diplomat all over the world, but his ties to the Balkans are especially deep. In addition to a serving as the desk officer for rump Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) through the end of the 1999 Kosovo conflict, Mr. Palmer was posted twice to the American Embassy in Belgrade, initially as a first-tour officer at the height of the war in Bosnia and, more recently, as political counselor. In that position, he played a leading role in securing the “April 19 Agreement” that started Serbia and Kosovo down the road toward normalization. Mr. Palmer speaks fluent Serbo-Croatian, and his many experiences in the region served as inspiration for The Wolf of Sarajevo.
Neal Patterson
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Kathy Wielech Patterson & Neal Patterson

Maryland's Chesapeake: How the Bay and Its Bounty Shaped a Cuisine

Kathy Wielech Patterson and Neal Patterson are life-long Baltimoreans who enjoy eating and writing and writing about eating). Ms. Wielech Patterson has composed everything from jewelry appraisals to auction catalogs to perfume reviews, but food writing is her true love. She's done pieces for outlets such as Baltimore Magazine and Food Republic. Mr. Patterson was a writer in the financial industry for many years, however, he is primarily a novelist. He's contributed to the anthologies The Dead Walk! and Hey Kids, Comics!, and the website Channel 37: Serial Science Fiction from the Distant Reaches of UHF. Mr. Patterson is also the author of The Codename: Carla Casebook. Together the two are also the authors of Food Lovers' Guide to Baltimore and Baltimore Chef’s Table. The Pattersons live in Baltimore County with their dog, Milo.
Blog: www.minxeats.com

Jason ReynoldsPhoto by Kia Chenelle
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Jason Reynolds

All American Boys (coauthors Jason Reynolds & Brendan Kiely)

Jason Reynolds is the author of critically acclaimed When I Was the Greatest, for which he was the recipient of the Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe Award for New Talent and the Coretta Scott King Honor for Boy in the Black Suit and All American Boys (cowritten with Brendan Kiely). As Brave as You, his middle grade debut was a Time Book of the Year and, Ghost, the first book in his middle grade Track series was a Kirkus Prize winner.

Twitter: jasonreynolds83
Instagram: jasonreynolds83
Website: JasonWritesBooks.com

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Brendan Kiely

Brendan Kiely is the author, with Jason Reynolds, of the Coretta Scott King Author Honor book All American Boys. His debut novel, The Gospel of Winter, has been published in ten languages, was selected as one of the American Library Association’s Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults 2015, and was a Kirkus Reviews selection for the Best of 2014. Mr. Kiely is also the author of The Last True Love Story. He received his MFA from the City College of New York.Originally from the Boston area, Mr. Kiely now lives with his wife in Greenwich Village.
Website: BrendanKiely.com

Shauna Shames
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Shauna L. Shames

Out of the Running: Why Millennials Reject Political Careers and Why It Matters

Shauna L. Shames is an assistant professor in the political science department of Rutgers-Camden. She received a Ph.D. from Harvard in May, 2014. Dr. Shames has published articles, reports and book chapters on women as candidates, black women in Congress, comparative child care policy, work/family conflict, abortion, feminism in the U.S. and internationally, gay and lesbian rights, and U.S. public opinion. She has designed and taught courses as an instructor and as a teaching fellow/assistant on race, class, gender, American politics, women's studies, the history of feminism, and futuristic fiction, and has lectured widely on gender, race and politics. Dr. Shames is also a member of the Scholars Strategy Network.
Website: www.shaunashames.com

Brad Snyder
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Brad Snyder

Fire in My Eyes: An American Warrior's Journey from Being Blinded on the Battlefield to Gold Medal Victory (with Tom Sileo)

Brad Snyder is a retired U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal officer who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. After a battlefield injury that resulted in complete blindness, he began his second career as a U.S. Paralympian. Mr. Snyder has competed at two Paralympic Games, earning five Gold medals, two Silver medals, and a World Record. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy.
Website: bradsnyder.us

Rachel Starnes
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Rachel Starnes

The War at Home: A Wife's Search for Peace (and Other Missions Impossible)

Rachel Starnes is the author of The War at Home: A Wife’s Search for Peace (and Other Missions Impossible). She is the wife of a Navy fighter pilot and has lived in Scotland, Texas, Saudi Arabia, Florida, Nevada, and California. Ms. Starnes holds an M.F.A. in creative nonfiction. Her essays have appeared in Front Porch Journal, Colorado Review and O Magazine, and she has been a guest on NPR’s Fresh Air.
Facebook: facebook.com/rachelsstarnes
Twitter: @rachelsstarnes
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Brian W. Stolarz

Grace and Justice on Death Row: The Race Against Time and Texas to Free an Innocent Man

Brian W. Stolarz is an award-winning criminal defense attorney and best-selling author. He is dedicated to pro bono service and received the Pro Bono Legal Service Award and the Caritas Award from Catholic Charities for the Archdiocese of Washington as well as the Light of Justice Award from Texas Defender Service. Mr. Stolarz served as counsel to Alfred Dewayne Brown, who was exonerated in June 2015 after serving 10 years on Texas’s death row. His work has been profiled in the Washington Post, the Houston Chronicle, and on the Today Show. Mr. Stolarz’s book, Grace and Justice on Death Row, premiered on the Washington Post bestseller list for non-fiction. He is a partner at LeClair Ryan in Alexandria, VA.
Twitter: @brianstolarz

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Marlene Trestman

Fair Labor Lawyer: The Remarkable Life of New Deal Attorney and Supreme Court Advocate Bessie Margolin

Marlene Trestman served as a former special assistant to the Maryland Attorney General, where she enforced consumer protection laws governing tobacco, alcohol and internet safety, and twice earned Exceptional Service awards. Ms. Trestman has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, and the American Jewish Archives for her writing, and earned a literary award from the Supreme Court Historical Society. She lives in Baltimore and enjoys visiting her native New Orleans.
Website: www.marlenetrestman.com

Poe
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Poe

Poe's Road Trip to Ravens Gameday

Many summers ago, on a hot, steamy August day in Baltimore, the official mascot of the Baltimore Ravens finally hatched! Poe immediately made a home in Baltimore, and has loved the Ravens ever since. For the better part of the Ravens' existence, Poe has enjoyably and excitedly led the team onto the field for every Ravens' home game. When not cheering on his favorite team in purple, Poe can be found bringing fun and hugs to area schools, birthday parties, hospitals, and more!
Twitter: @ravens
Facebook: www.facebook.com/baltimoreravens
Instagram: ravens witter: @ravens
Website: www.baltimoreravens.com