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John C. Wright

John C. Wright is a retired attorney, newspaperman and newspaper editor. The spectacular unsuccess of these ventures drove him into science fiction writing. He presently works as a writer in Virginia, where he lives in fairytale-like happiness with his wife, the authoress L. Jagi Lamplighter, and their three children: Orville, Wilbur and Just Wright. His works include The Golden Age (2002), Last Guardian of Everness (2004) and Nebula Award finalist Orphans of Chaos. His authorized sequel to A. E. van Vogt’s World of Null-A is called Null-A Continuum. His short fiction has appeared in anthologies and magazines, including Year’s Best SF 3 (David Hartwell, Ed.), Year’s Best Science Fiction (Gardner Dozois, Ed.), Year’s Best Short Novels (Johnathan Strahan, Ed.), The Night Lands (Andy W. Robertson, Ed.), Absolute Magnitude and Asimov’s Science Fiction.

Arthur Wylie

Arthur Wylie

Arthur Wylie is an author, producer, public speaker, and philanthropist. His drive for success was fostered in his early youth by his father and several mentors in the financial services industry.

As a college student, he started his own wealth management company, taking on clients from his dorm room while attending the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Wylie went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Financial Management and became a licensed securities principal for some of the top investment companies in the world.

Wylie continued his success by spearheading his own company and became the founder and CEO of Arthur Wylie Enterprises. His relentless work ethic gained him millionaire status by the time he was 26. To date, the firm has overseen 1,200 clients and $500 million in assets, transactions, insurance, intellectual properties, and real estate. He went on to pen his first book on entrepreneurialism entitled: Only the Crazy and Fearless Win Big. The book gained international attention and helped to increase his growing following.

Wylie’s success has been highlighted by leading National Media outlets such as ABC, NBC, WGN, CBS, Fox News, Forbes Online, Wall Street Journal (Market Watch), Black Enterprise, Uptown Magazine, Rolling Out, business journals, and many local and regional publications.

Currently, Arthur Wylie also holds the title of CEO of Global Renaissance Entertainment Holdings, where his duties range from capital raising, film production oversight, distribution, marketing and working with some of Hollywood’s top producers with over 9 Billion Dollars in Box Office Sales.

Wylie lives bi-coastally in Charlotte, NC and Los Angeles, CA. He commits his time and passion for philanthropic efforts to the Wylie Initiative for the Study of Entrepreneurship (W.I.S.E) and the Arthur Wylie Foundation. Both organizations are dedicated to helping develop the next wave of young aspiring entrepreneurs through scholarships and educational programs. He has several subsidiaries that are in film development, consulting, project financing, speaking engagements, celebrity events, book publishing, and real estate ventures internationally.

Larry Yaeger

Larry Yaeger uses computers to solve hard and interesting problems, from flow fields over the space shuttle to special effects for “The Last Starfighter,” “2010” and “Labyrinth”; to providing a computer “voice” for Koko the gorilla; to developing the world’s first usable handwriting recognizer for second-generation Newtons and Mac OS X’s “Inkwell”; to evolving machine intelligence in an Artificial Life system called Polyworld. He teaches programming and Artificial Life at Indiana University, and plays videogames and reads and watches entirely too much science fiction. And is eternally grateful to Levi for putting up with him!

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

A professional writer for more than 30 years, Yarbro has sold over 70 books (including her Saint-Germain vampire series) and more than 60 works of short fiction. She lives in her hometown—Berkeley, Calif.—with two autocratic cats. In 2003, the World Horror Association presented her with a Grand Master award.

Books by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

In the Face of DeathIn the Face of Death

Glenn Yeffeth

Glenn Yeffeth

Glenn Yeffeth is the editor of several anthologies in the Smart Pop series, including Anthology at the End of the Universe, Farscape Forever!, Five Seasons of Angel, Navigating the Golden Compass, Seven Seasons of Buffy, Taking the Red Pill and What Would Sipowicz Do? He lives in Dallas.

Pamela Yellen

Pamela Yellen

Financial security expert Pamela Yellen investigated more than 450 savings and retirement planning strategies seeking an alternative to the risk and volatility of stocks and other investments. Her research led her to a time-tested, predictable method of growing and protecting wealth now used by more than half a million people. Pamela Yellen’s first book, Bank On Yourself: The Life-Changing Secret to Growing and Protecting Your Financial Future, is a New York Times bestseller. Yellen has appeared on every major TV and radio network and served as a source for organizations such as the Associated Press, Fox News,Bloomberg Businessweek, and AARP. Her articles have been featured in thousands of major publications and websites.

Books by Pamela Yellen

The Bank On Yourself RevolutionThe Bank On Yourself Revolution

Rebecca York

Award-winning, New York Times bestselling author Ruth Glick writes under the name Rebecca York for Berkley and Harlequin. The author of more than a hundred books, she loves writing paranormal romantic suspense. A rabid “Charmed” fan, she can’t wait to read the other essays in Totally Charmed.

Essays by Rebecca York

A Stake in the Future from Totally Charmed

Josh Young

Josh Young

Josh Young is a bestselling author whose works spans entertainment, business, politics, science and natural history. He has coauthored five New York Times bestsellers and two national bestsellers. He is the coauthor of comedian Howie Mandel's Here's The Deal: Don't Touch Me, You're Only As Good As Your Next One with Mike Medavoy, Dr. Sam Parnia’s Erasing Death: The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life And Death, and The Link: Uncovering Our Oldest Ancestor with Colin Tudge, which has been translated into five languages. Additionally, he is the coauthor of Pure Imagination: The Making of 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' and David Attenborough's First Life: A Journey Back in Time with Matt Kaplan. On the film side, Josh served as Production Consultant on White House Down (June 2013). As a journalist, Josh has contributed to George magazine, Entertainment Weekly, LIFE magazine, The New York Times Sunday, The New Republic, Details, The (London) Sunday Telegraph, and Los Angeles.

Books by Josh Young

And Give Up Showbiz?And Give Up Showbiz?

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