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Marie-Claire Arrieta

April 15, 2016 • Comments are disabled Marie-Claire Arrieta, PhD, who will start her own lab in 2016, is a postdoctoral scientist in B. Brett Finlay’s lab, where her recent study connecting asthma in very young babies to missing key intestinal bacterial…


April 5, 2016

Melissa Conroy

Comments are disabled April 5, 2016 • Comments are disabled Melissa Conroy grew up in the South Carolina Lowcountry, and every summer she returns with sketchbook in hand. She has MAs from the University of Georgia and Philadelphia University, in painting and textile design, and…


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Elizabeth J. Church

Comments are disabled October 23, 2015 • Comments are disabled Elizabeth J. Church was born in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Her father, a research chemist, was drafted out of Carnegie Mellon University where he was pursuing his graduate studies and was sent to join other…


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Sean Beaudoin

Comments are disabled October 23, 2015 • Comments are disabled Sean Beaudoin is the author of seven novels and a short story collection, including Wise Young Fool, Cornelius Wrathbone, and the forthcoming Welcome Thieves (Algonquin Press, Spring ’16). His short stories and articles have appeared…


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Ron Childress

Comments are disabled May 13, 2015 • Comments are disabled Ron Childress was born in New York City and grew up in Connecticut and Florida. He spent portions of his life working as a gas station attendant and garage mechanic, a marine upholster, a college…


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Theresa Brown

Comments are disabled April 29, 2015 • Comments are disabled Theresa Brown, RN, works as a clinical nurse and is a frequent contributor to the New York Times opinion pages as well as on the Times Opinionator blog. She has also been a contributor to…


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Alice Eve Cohen

Comments are disabled September 18, 2014 • Comments are disabled Alice Eve Cohen’s first memoir, What I Thought I Knew,received the Elle Magazine Literary Grand Prix for Nonfiction, was one of O: The Oprah Magazine’s 25 Best Books of Summer, and was one…


February 11, 2014

Bill Aron

Comments are disabled February 11, 2014 • Comments are disabled Bill Aron’s work is part of permanent collections in museums that include the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Art Institute of Chicago, the International Center of Photography, the Museum of Modern Art, the Jewish…


February 6, 2014

John Alexander & James Lazell

Comments are disabled February 6, 2014 • Comments are disabled John Alexander was born in Jacksonville, Florida, and graduated from Sewanee Military Academy and Princeton University. As a Rhodes Scholar he studied at Oxford, and he pursued graduate work at Harvard. He has taught English…


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John Cook, Laura Ballance, & Mac McCaughan

Comments are disabled February 6, 2014 • Comments are disabled John Cook is a reporter for Gawker Media and has worked for Radar magazine and the Chicago Tribune. He first fell in love with the music of Merge Records at a Superchunk show in 1994…