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Angelica Gonzalez A recent graduate of the Writing, Literature & Publishing program at Emerson College; she has worked as a reader for Stork Magazine, Central Square Theater, and Wilde Press.
Jennifer Nelson memoir writer, teacher and former journalist. Her work has appeared in brevity. com, among others. She was awarded an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a Masters in Journalism from Columbia University.
Lanie Tankard Freelance writer, editor, and researcher in Austin, Texas. She is the former production editor of Contemporary Psychology book review journal. Her book reviews have been published widely, including in The Kansas City Star, Austin American-Statesman, Florida Times-Journal Magazine, and online in River Teeth, Women’s Memoirs, Draft No. 4, and 100 Memoirs.
Susan B. Apel Her creative nonfiction and poetry have appeared in Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Best of Vine Leaves 2015, Rhizomes, Vignette Review, Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, and Persimmon Tree. She writes about local arts on her blog, ArtfulEdge, at, and contributes reviews to arts magazines like The Arts Fuse and Delicious Line. She authors a column about legal issues for the newspa- per, Vermont Woman.
Emilia Dubicki Her works have been exhibited nationally and internationally and she has been awarded residencies from the I-Park Foundation, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Wurlitzer Foundation. Her paintings are in numerous private and corporate collections.
Marni Elyse Katz Boston-based design journalist, art curator/consultant, and the blogger behind Sty- leCarrot. She contributes regularly to the Boston Globe, Boston Home, Boston Common, Design New Eng- land, and other publications. Katz sources artwork for Webster & Company at the Boston Design Center as well as for interior designers and private clients. She also organizes pop-up art events to showcase local artists. Katz earned a BA from Connecticut College in Asian Studies and a MA in Art History from Columbia University.
John S. Berman is a writer, editor, and research consultant. He edited the 2017 fall catalogue for BRIC Arts Media and served as guest curator for NYU’s recent exhibition A University in the City, A Univer- sity of the City. He is the author of four books for Barnes and Noble Press and the Museum of the City of New York, Ellis Island, Coney Island, The Empire State Building, Central Park. He also has served
as contributing writer for the American Jewish Desk Reference and helped develop exhibitions for the Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation, the Brooklyn Historical Society, and the Hudson River Parks Trust.
Emily Nimptsch is an arts and culture writer living in Los Angeles, California. Nimptsch has contrib- uted to Menlo House, Time Out Los Angeles, SIXTY Hotels, LA Canvas, Culture Collide, Flaunt Maga- zine, Artillery, ArtSlant, Basic Magazine, Riot Material, and Venice Beach’s L.A. Louver Gallery blog.

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