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Interviewed by Erienne Rojas Fred Galves is a 1986 graduate of Harvard Law School and has been a law professor at Pacific McGeorge School of Law since 1993. He currently teaches: Evidence, Civil Procedure, Computer-Assisted Litigation, and Street Law. He also writes and lectures on the use of technology in the practice of law. Galves [...]
John Banville was born in Wexford, Ireland, in 1945. He is the author of thirteen previous novels including The Book of Evidence, which was shortlisted for the 1989 Booker Prize. He has received a literary award from the Lannan Foundation. He lives in Dublin.
Naomi Duguid is a Canadian food writer, best known for her cookbooks co-written with her ex-husband Jeffrey Alford. Duguid went on to attend Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario and proceeded through law school. After travelling around the world Naomi met Jeffrey Alford in Tibet in 1985 and the two were soon married. She quit her [...]
Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya was educated in politics and philosophy at Presidency College, Calcutta, and the University of Pennsylvania. His novels The Gabriel Club and The Storyteller of Marrakesh have been published in fourteen languages. He lives in the Hudson Valley in upstate New York.
Megan Ogilvie s a health reporter at the Toronto Star, where she writes the popular column “The Dish”. Her previous nutrition column, “Diet Decoder,” ran in the Star for more than three years and exposed the pitfalls of various diets. Prior to starting her career in journalism, Megan spent a year learning to write about [...]
Ross King (born July 16, 1962) is a Canadian novelist and non-fiction writer. He began his career by writing two works of historical fiction in the 1990s, later turning to non-fiction, and has since written several critically acclaimed and best-selling historical works. He lives in England, near Oxford.
Doug Saunders is a Canadian-British author and journalist. He is the author of the book Arrival City (2011) and the London-based European bureau chief for The Globe and Mail. He writes a weekly column devoted to the larger themes and intellectual concepts behind international news, and has won the National Newspaper Award, Canada’s counterpart to [...]
Interviewed by Hubert O’Hearn Liza Klaussmann worked as a journalist for the New York Times for over a decade. She received a BA in Creative Writing from Barnard College, where she was awarded the Howard M. Teichman Prize for Prose. She lived in Paris for ten years and she recently completed with distinction an MA [...]
Edited by Brian Libgober David S. McCabe is the Coordinator of the Teacher Preparation Program at Pasadena City College and has been an educator in Southern California for twenty years where he has worked closely with migrant children and their families. During his career he has had to confront such serious issues as child abuse, drug [...]
Christopher Hedges (born September 18, 1956) is an American Pulitzer Prize journalist, and war correspondent specializing in American and Middle Eastern politics and societies.His most recent book, written with the cartoonist Joe Sacco, is Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt (2012). The book shows the consequences of unregulated capitalism by reporting from “sacrifice zones,” the poorest [...]