Robin Lindley (contact: email@example.com) is a Seattle writer and features editor for the History News Network. His writing—often interviews of scholars, writers and artists— also has appeared in Crosscut, Writer’s Chronicle, Real Change, The Inlander, NW Lawyer, and other publications.
William Klaber lives in upstate New York. A graduate of Wesleyan Univ. and NYU Law, Mr. Klaber is best known for producing the acclaimed radio documentary, "The RFK Tapes" and co-authoring the book "Shadow Play" (St. Martins, 1997). "The Rebellion of Miss Lucy Ann Lobdell" is his first foray into fiction. It is published by Green Leaf Press and will be available in print and e-book formats June 2013 and on pre-order at Amazon.com.
Ruth Rosen, a former columnist for the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle, is Professor Emerita of History at the University of California at Davis and a Scholar in Residence at U.C. Berkeley. She is the author, most recently, of The World Split Open: How the Modern Women’s Movement Changed America. She is on the editorial board of Dissent magazine and is a monthly contributor to OpenDemocracy.net in England. Her op-eds, commentary and articles can be found on the website www.ruthrosen.org.