is the author of the memoir Read My Hips
(Three River Press), and she blogs on her website Kim Brittingham
. She has published nonfiction at Salon, iVillage
, and Fresh Yarn
, and she was the founder of Café Eighties
|Pauline Millard serves as an editor and writer for the Associated Press, where she has covered breaking news and features ranging from music to publishing to style. She holds a BA and BS from Syracuse University and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University.
|Zora O'Neill is the author of the nonfiction book Forking Fantastic (Gotham Books) and numerous travel guidebooks for Lonely Planet, Moon, and Rough Guides. She has written about travel and food for Condé Nast Traveler, Gastronomica, eGullet, Budget Travel, and Perceptive Travel, and on her own blog Roving Gastronome. She holds a BA from Princeton and an MA in Near Eastern Languages/Cultures from Indiana University.
|Meredith Phillips has published essays and reviews on food and other topics for Texas Monthly, Time Out New York, the Austin Chronicle and the Columbia Journal, and she blogs at Church Avenue Chomp. She is the author of numerous nonfiction children’s books (Scholastic and Compass Point Press). She has served as an editor for Harcourt Trade Publishers and worked in both product development and implementation for Scholastic Education Group. She holds a BA from Connecticut College and an MFA in Nonfiction from the New School.
Also Teaches: Nonfiction 101
|Alison Stein is the culinary travel editor for About.com, as well as a contributor to Perceptive Travel and the USA Today Travel Alliance. She has published articles and essays in the Atlantic Monthly’s Food Channel, Business Traveler, BusinessWeek, the Chicago Tribune, the Christian Science Monitor, Fast Company, Glamour, Ladies’ Home Journal, Luxist, Men’s Journal, Money, Mother Jones, New York Magazine, Psychology Today, Robb Report, Sierra Magazine, The Smart Set, The Street, the Toronto Star, US Air magazine, the Washington Post, and World Hum. She is the author of the books Americans at Play and Best of Health (both New Strategist), and her work is included in Best Women’s Travel Writing 2010 (Traveler’s Tales). She holds a BA from Cortland College.
Also Teaches: Creative Writing 101
Hit Send: Publishing Short Nonfiction
|David Title is the Head of New Media for Crossroads Films in New York City. He develops and produces original web series for such organizations as My Space and Comedy Central, and he writes the blog My Media Musings that covers issues in new media and the digital age. He has also served as head of development at Crossroads, working on such independent films as Snow Angels and A Love Song for Bobby Long.