Mike Adams, known as the "Health Ranger," is an outspoken consumer health advocate, award-winning investigative journalist, internet activist, and science lab director.
He is the founder and editor of NaturalNews.com, the internet's most-trafficked natural health news website. He is also the creator of CounterThink.com, FoodInvestigations.com, HealingFoodReference.com, HonestFoodGuide.org, and several other websites covering natural health topics.
Adams is a prolific writer and has been called "the best health and natural products writer on the scene today,” by Ronnie Cummins, founder, Organic Consumers Association. He has received accolades and testimonials from several key influencers in the natural health space, including Dr. Michael T. Murray and raw food pioneer David Wolfe.
Debbie Adler is the owner of the nationally renowned, allergyfree, vegan, glutenfree and sugarfree bakery Sweet Debbie’s Organic Cupcakes in Los Angeles. She is also author of the critically acclaimed, award-winning cookbook Sweet Debbie’s Organic Treats: Allergy-free & Vegan Recipes from the Famous Los Angeles Bakery.
Debbie has appeared on national television and radio shows such as NBC’s Nightly News and NPR’s Here & Now, as well as in the Los Angeles Times and other national publications.
Lerzan Aksoy is an acclaimed expert in the science of loyalty management. She is associate professor of marketing at Fordham University, New York. Lerzan has co-authored and co-edited several books on loyalty and service: Loyalty Myths, Customer Lifetime Value and Profit Maximization Through Customer Relationship Marketing.
Christopher Allen is the managing editor and founder for ComicBookGalaxy.com. He has also written for The Comics Journal, Kevin Smith’s MoviePoopShoot.com, Ain’t It Cool News and NinthArt.com, and is one of the 2006 judges for the comics industry’s prestigious Will Eisner Comics Industry Awards. He has two children and lives in San Diego.
Mark Allen, a resident of Santa Cruz, Calif., is known and admired by athletes around the world for his extraordinary six Ironman championships. Called The Greatest Triathlete of All Time by Triathlete Magazine, Mark has been on the cover of every major sports magazine and readers and the media will be hungry to know how he became “the fittest man alive.” Mark is not only presenting fitness guidelines for life, he is sharing the philosophy of physical and spiritual health he learned as a student of Brant Secunda that made the difference in his becoming a champion. This is the first time in print that he has ever told the real story of how he won the Ironman.
Peg Aloi has been a practicing witch for a decade and a half. She often rants about film and TV for The Witches’ Voice Web site. She is also a film critic for The Boston Phoenix and a professor of film studies. Her favorite on-screen depiction of The Old Religion is the 1973 film “The Wicker Man.”
Zalina Alvi is a contributing editor for a travel magazine in Toronto and moonlights as a pop culture aficionado. Visit her website at: www.zalinaalvi.com.
A Hugo and World Fantasy Award nominee, Lou Anders is the editorial director of Prometheus Books’ science fiction imprint Pyr (www.pyrsf.com), as well as the anthologies Outside the Box (Wildside Press 2001), Live Without a Net (Roc 2003), Projections: Science Fiction in Literature & Film (MonkeyBrain December 2004), FutureShocks (Roc January 2006) and Fast Forward 1 (Pyr February 2007). He is the author of The Making of Star Trek: First Contact (Titan Books 1996) and has published more than 500 articles in such magazines as The Believer, Publishers Weekly, Dreamwatch, Star Trek Monthly, Star Wars Monthly, Babylon 5 Magazine, Sci-Fi Universe, Doctor Who Magazine and Manga Max. His articles and stories have been translated into Danish, Greek, German, Italian and French. Visit him online at www.louanders.com.
Pamela Anderson is a Canadian actress, author, and activist. She founded The Pamela Anderson Foundation, which supports organizations that fight for human, animal, and environmental rights (pamelaandersonfoundation.org). She is busy writing her next book, The Sensual Vegan.
Small-town Canadian girl takes her first plane ride—to land in L.A. (on Gay Pride Day) to shoot for Playboy . . . (moved to L.A. in 1990) 14 American Playboy covers. 100s worldwide. the "damsel in distress." As it seemed . . . was desired and always cared for by powerful and talented men . . . Her free-spirited naivety leads her through wild romantic and difficult affairs. Marrying 2 rockstars and a professional gambler . . . Her career— From Playboy to Baywatch, to Barb Wire and Borat Surrounded by artists. A muse . . . an activist, a misfit. 2 beautiful sons by Tommy Lee. Within a bohemian exotic life— They have raised very grounded and interesting sons . . . Out of the spotlight— shielding them from the craziness of Hollywood, fiercely protecting their childhoods. Act II of her life. Kids are grown . . . Full of different antics—indie films. Raw. Natural performances. Characters. More intimate and revealing than ever. Continuously surprising us . . . She is fearless and bold. Has found the balance between Sexy and a funny self-deprecating awareness. Relentlessly Compassionate . . . Adored by men and women around the world.
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The Penguin Who Knew Too Much (August 2007) is eighth in Donna Andrews’s Meg Langslow series from St. Martin’s Press. She has also written the Turing Hopper series (Berkley Prime Crime), featuring an artificial intelligence as the sleuth. When not writing, Donna can be found puttering in her garden, making small inroads on her massive to-be-read collection and playing with her computers. She’s vice president of the Mid-Atlantic chapter of Mystery Writers of America, national chapter liaison for Sisters in Crime, the author liaison for Malice Domestic and a member of the Private Investigators and Security Association. For more information visit donnaandrews.com.