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BRUCE BOURQUE teaches anthropology at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, and is curator of archaeology at the Maine State Museum. He grew up in Massachusetts but spent boyhood summers in Maine, where he heard stories of the Red Paint People. Educated at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Harvard University, [...]
JOSHUA YUNGER is the illustrator of several books including Wobar and the Quest for the Magic Calumet by Henry Homeyer also coming out this October. He is a faculty member at the AVA Gallery and Art Center (Alliance for the Visual Art) in Lebanon NH. In his spare time he writes and records songs for [...]
JEFFREY D. WILLIUS is a seasoned writer, graphic designer, inventor and inveterate observer of life. He produces the popular blog, One Man’s Wonder, his reflections on life, Nature and new ways of seeing. Under the Wild Ginger is his first book. Willius lives in Minneapolis and Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico. [...]
A proud native of Scranton, PA, Sheila experienced love at first sight when she arrived in Boston, MA to attend graduate school. A lawyer and now author, she is a devoted fan of all things Boston, and resides in Norton, MA with her husband and their wonder pooch, Dempsey.
Nessa Flax has been a freelance journalist since 1993. Her features and book reviews have appeared in a variety of publications. She began writing for the Journal Opinion in 1994 and launched her “Rambling Reflections” weekly column the next year.
Ellen Sousa is a Massachusetts-based garden coach and teacher whose enthusiasm for creating backyard habitat sanctuaries has made her a popular speaker and natural-style garden tour guide across New England. She lives in Spencer, MA
Mary Lee Corlett is an art historian and a research associate at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. BIBLIOGRAPHY List Price: $25.00 Sale Price: $21.25 Savings of 15 % A wonderful story with realistic and captivating illustrations; this is the perfect way to introduce children to the world of ‘Fine Art’. The adventure begins [...]
Vincent Katz is an art critic, curator, and poet. He organized the first museum retrospective of the photographs, films, and paintings of Rudy Burckhardt in 1998 at the Institute of Modern Art in Valencia, Spain.
Andrea Henderson Fahnestock is Curator of Paintings and Sculpture at the Museum of the City of New York, where her exhibitions include Hirschfeld’s New York; The Day Our World Changed: Children’s Art of 9/11; Picturing New York: The Paintings of Peter Ruta;
Henry Homeyer, “The Gardening Guy”, is a freelance writer, garden designer, and consultant. He lives in Cornish Flat, NH and writes a weekly gardening column for the Valley News and other newspapers in Vermont, Maine,New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
Fiona Yaron-Field has been a professional portrait photographer and Art Psychotherapist for over fifteen years. Her work has primarily focused on ‘the family’. She has worked in various community based projects teaching photography and facilitating groups of children and adults with both mental and physical disabilities.
Leonard Weber was born in the summer of 1918. He won the Wanamaker Bronze Medal at the age of 14. His unique watercolor style and signature panoramic townscapes are renowned. He has painted approximately 50 cities, towns, villages, restorations and historic sites. He was made an honorary citizen of the State of Maryland.
Catherine Wallis has been fascinated by seahorses all her life. A journalist who has worked for the weekly Gulf Mirror in Bahrain andMiddle East Economic Digest as well as the Hong Kong Standardand Asia Week, she has never lived far from the ocean.
Ruth Thomson is the author of the National Gallery Family Fun series. With Erika Langmuir she wrote Looking at Paintings the result of a collaboration between one of the most important art museums in the world, London’s National Gallery, and the best Disney graphic artists.
Ian Tattersall is currently Curator in the Division of Anthropology of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Born in England and raised in East Africa, he has carried out both primatological and paleontological fieldwork in countries as diverse as Madagascar, Vietnam, Surinam, Yemen and Mauritius.
Cal Snyder served in Vietnam before finding his way into field biology and the American Museum of Natural History where he works in the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation. A passionate New Yorker, he lives not far from the 307th Infantry Memorial in Central Park.
Mike Slosberg is an ageing novelist, playwright and cartoonist. This is his fourth published book. Mike writes Haiku instead of doing crosswords, putting boats in bottles, and lamenting his age.
Ida Sinkevic is Associate Professor of Art at Lafayette College, Easton Pennsylvania. She is the author of a number of articles and the book on the twelfth-century Byzantine monument, The Church of St. Panteleimon, Nerezi; Architecture, Programme, Patronage.
Starr Siegele is Adjunct Curator of Prints, Allentown Art Museum.
Ruta Saliklis, Ph.D. is The Kate Fowler Merle-Smith Curator of Textiles at the Allentown Art Museum.
David Romanowski is a writer-editor in the Exhibits Division of the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. He joined the museum in 1987. Romanowski recently wrote the Official Guide to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum published by Smithsonian Institution Press. He has contributed to several other books and worked on countless exhibitions. He lives in Bethesda, Maryland.
Faith Ringgold is a renowned artist and children’s book author.
William Pinkney was born in Chicago’s “Bronzeville” during the Great Depression and after many Middle Passages of his own through school, the Navy, and as a business executive, he left Revlon to sail 27000 miles solo around the world on a 22 month voyage in 1991-92.
Walter Paine is a career journalist. He spent 24 years as editor-in-chief and publisher of the Valley News, a regional daily based in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. He founded the innovative Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont.
Jacqueline Marie Musacchio is Associate Professor of Art at Wellesley College. She earned a Ph.D from Princeton University and has lectured and published widely on Italian Renaissance domestic art and life. Her most recent book is Art, Marriage, and Family in the Florentine Renaissance Palace (Yale University Press, 2008).
Floy Morway was born in Canada and has lived in Concord, MA since 1982. The organization she founded, now called Adopt-a-Cat of Concord, still continues to save and re-home felines. For her years of selfless dedication to animals the New England Anti-Vivisection Society awarded her their Reverence for Life Award.
A Yale-trained, award-winning architect, and pioneer in earth-sheltered housing and sustainable design, Don Metz has written six other books including two novels. He lives in Lyme, NH.
Julie Moir Messervy is an award-winning author of four books including The Magic Land, Contemplative Gardens, and Outside the Not So Big House. Among her notable works, Messervycollaborated with Yo-Yo Ma and the City of Toronto to design a three-acre Music Garden at the Toronto Harbourfront based on a suite by J.S. Bach. She is the principal of Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio. based in Saxtons River, Vermont.
Mary McFadden is a fashion designer based in New York. She launched her first collection there in 1973 and won a Coty Award in 1976, entering the Coty Hall of Fame in 1979.
Ann McClellan has held executive positions at the Smithsonian Institution, the World Wildlife Fund and the American Association of Museums.
Karal Ann Marling is Professor of Art History and of American Studies at the University of Minnesota. She has published extensively, and her recent books include: George Washington Slept Here, Graceland: Going Home with Elvis, and Illusions of Eden: Visions of the American Heartland.
Kenneth Mallory is the Editor-in-Chief of the publishing program at the New England Aquarium. He has written numerous books and scientific papers as well as children’s books, including one with Bunker Hill Publishing author Scott Kraus, Search for the Right Whale, published in 1992.
Nan Lincoln lives in Mount Desert Island where she is the arts editor, feature writer and reporter for the Bar Harbor Times. Her Obits are quite literally to die for and she has written for Reader’s Digest, Down East, Yankee and other nationally distributed magazines, most recently for Chicken Soup for the Soul.
Erika Langmuir wrote The National Gallery Companion Guide.
In 1973 Will founded the Geriatric Adventure Society, a group of outdoor enthusiasts whose members have skied the 200-mile Alaska Marathon, climbed in Alaska, the Andes, and Himalayas, bushwhacked on skis through northern New England, and paddled rivers north of the Arctic Circle.
Dr. Peter Lacovera received his Ph.D. in Egyptian Archeology from the University of Chicago and is currently Curator of Ancient Art at the Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University in Atlanta, GA.
Scott Kraus is the Director of Research and Kenneth Mallory is the Editor-in-Chief of the publishing program at the New England Aquarium. They have both written numerous books and scientific papers as well as children’s books, including one they wrote together Search for the Right Whale, published in 1992.
Melissa A. N. Keiser is the Chief Photo Archivist at National Air and Space Museum Archives Division. She has also photo editedBest of the National Air and Space Museum and contributed to numerous other publications and exhibitions since joining the museum in 1985. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
Allan Janus works in the Archives Division of the National Air and Space Museum, where he assists researchers and maintains the archives’ balloons and airship files. He has organized exhibits for the Museum, including Fauna in the Files, Airships in the Archives, Army Green to Air Force Blue, and When the Going was Good. He also wrote Dog is my Co-Pilot for Air & Space Smithsonian magazine.
John Hyde is a photographer, cinematographer and artist who lives in Juneau Alaska. His work has appeared in countless magazines and many films.
Meredith Sayles Hughes and Tom Hughes are the founders of The FOOD Museum, a unique institution established to preserve and explain the fascinating history and social significance of the world’s foods. The museum has extensive collections of artifacts and ephemera about what we eat, including the largest collection of Potatobilia in the world.
Meredith Sayles Hughes and Tom Hughes are the founders ofThe FOOD Museum, a unique institution established to preserve and explain the fascinating history and social significance of the world’s foods. The museum has extensive collections of artifacts and ephemera about what we eat, including the largest collection of Potatobilia in the world.
Curlee Holton is Associate Professor of Art and founding director of Lafayette University’s Experimental Printmaking Institute in Easton, PA.
George Haas is a Los Angelan portraitist, film-maker and photographer who works in the grand tradition of American documentary and landscape photography.
Diane Asséo Griliches has been involved in music, theatre and fine art photography for many years. Her other books are Teaching Musicians, A Photographer’s View, and An Appalachian Farmer’s Story: Portrait of an Extraordinary Common Man(Mercer University Press). She lives in Cambridge, MA.
Elizabeth Gowell is a former marine educator at The New England Aquarium and author of many books including: Life in the Deep Sea(First Books Series), Whales and Dolphins: What They Have in Common, and Dive to the Coral Reefs.
Cathy Giangrande is an art historian and archaeological conservator. She is the author of the TV series Unseen Treasures and has co-authored The Essential Guide to Collectibles. She works on Russian projects for the World Monuments Fund. List Price: $12.95 Sale Price: $11.01 Savings of 15 % DESCRIPTION Saint Petersburg is the first guidebook exclusively devoted to [...]
Errol Fuller is a world-renowned authority on extinct birds and the author of many books concerned with extinction and conservation, including The Lost Birds of Paradise.
Harold Evans is the author of two critically acclaimed best-selling histories of America: The American Century and They Made America: From the Steam Engine to the Search Engine: Two Centuries of Innovators.
Rob DeSalle is a molecular biologist in the Institute for Comparative Genomics at the American Museum of Natural History. He lives in New York in Alphabet City.
Julianne Davidow is a writer and photographer. Her writing and photography have been published in numerous publications and she has exhibited in Italy, New York and at the Royal Academy, London.
Robert Cozzolino is the Curator of Modern Art at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Robert Cozzolino joined PAFA in 2004. He has organized numerous exhibitions for the Academy
Carl Corey is a fine-art photographer and print maker. The recipient of more than 100 awards, he has been a veteran of assignment photography since 1979. Since 2000, Corey has directed his energy to more personal work concentrating on social and aesthetic issues involving the environment and the landscape. He lives in Hudson, Wisconsin.
Alan Brinkley is the Allan Nevins Professor of History at Columbia University, where he has taught since 1991. He served as University Provost from 2003 to 2009 and as chair of the Department of History from 2000 to 2003.
Vincent Virga has been called America’s foremost picture editor. He has researched, edited, and designed picture sections for more than 250 books, as well as the full-length photo essay The Eighties.
Will Black is Russian Projects Director and Press Officer at the World Monuments Fund’s UK office and is coordinating the restoration of the Chinese Palace at Oranienbaum.
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Rob Atkins has been a photographer for over thirty years, beginning his career in New York City. He now lives in Vancouver, Canada, where he divides his time between personal projects and commercial work. He has been widely published and exhibited, including a display of images that was on public view in Rockefeller Center in New York for one year.
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