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Sean Taylor (author)

Sean Taylor is a British author of children’s books. He grew up in Surrey, England, and taught in Zimbabwe before studying at Cambridge. He currently divides his time between the United Kingdom and Brazil, where his wife is from.
His books include the novel for teenagers, A Waste of Good Paper, a collection of folktales from the Amazon called The Great Snake, the Purple Class series, and picture books for young children including Boing!, Crocodiles are the Best Animals of All!, The World Champion of Staying Awake, The Grizzly Bear with the Frizzly Hair, Huck Runs Amuck!, Who Ate Auntie Iris?, The Ring Went Zing!, Tickling Tigers, and Goal!.
In December 2007, his book When a Monster is Born (ISBN 1596432543), illustrated by Nick Sharratt, won a gold medal in the Nestlé Prize for works for children five years old and under. However, he turned down the prize money from the sponsor, Nestlé, because of “questions surrounding Nestlé’s marketing of breast-milk substitutes”.
In January 2008, Nestlé withdrew from the 23-year-old sponsorship role of the Booktrust administrated prize for children’s writing.
In August 2007 the Dutch edition of When a Monster is Born (Als er een monster is geboren) was awarded with a Pluim van de maand (Feather of the month).

Alastair Culham

Alastair Culham (born 1965) is an English botanist. He is a member of the staff of the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Reading and Curator of the University of Reading Herbarium (RNG). He specializes in plant taxonomy, biosystematics and applications of techniques from molecular biology, phytogeography and phylogenetics. He focuses on broad-based research in biodiversity and taxonomy.

Bryan Reynolds

Bryan Reynolds (born 1965), Claire Trevor Professor and Chancellor’s Professor at the University of California-Irvine, is an American critical theorist, performance theorist, and Shakespeare scholar who developed the combined social theory, performance aesthetics, and research methodology known as transversal poetics. He is also a playwright, director, performer, and cofounder of the Transversal Theater Company, an Amsterdam-based collective of American and European artists, which has produced a number of his works. Reynolds received his bachelor’s degree in English Literature at the University of California, Berkeley, and his master’s and doctoral degrees in English and American Literature and Language at Harvard University. He has been a Professor of Drama at the University of California, Irvine since 1998. He has held visiting professorships at the University of London-Drama, the University of Amsterdam-Theater Studies, Utrecht University-Theater Studies, University of Cologne-American Studies, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main-American Studies, University College Utrecht-Arts and Humanities, the University of California, San Diego-Theatre, Literature, Cognitive Science, the American University of Beirut-English, University of Tsukuba-Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Nairobi-Department of Literature, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt-Communications, University of Lorraine-Arts, Sciences, & Business Management, INSEEC Business School (L’Institut des hautes études économiques et commerciales)-Marketing, Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon; and he has taught at Deleuze Camp at Schloss Wahn, University of Cologne, Germany, and the Grotowski Institute in Wrocław, Poland, among other academic and performing arts institutions. Reynolds is also a regular contributor to Freeskier Magazine, where he publishes articles derived from his ongoing research on extreme sports.

Ernabel Demillo

Ernabel Castro Demillo is an American television journalist. She is the host and producer of CUNY TV’s monthly magazine show, “Asian American Life”, which debuted on June 10, 2013. The premiere show was nominated for a NY News Emmy for Best Community Affairs/Public Programming in 2014. Demillo was nominated for a New York Emmy for Best Historical/Cultural Segment for Asian American Life in 2017 for her feature “The Ties that Bind: Filipinos in New York”. In 2017, she was the inaugural recipient of the Frank LoMonte Ethics in Journalism Award, which is given someone who performs “in an outstanding ethical manner demonstrating the ideals of CMA’s Code of Ethical Behavior.” Demillo was honored for fighting against her employer Saint Peter’s University when they attempted to censor
the Pauw Wow the student-run newspaper she advised.

Anne-Marie Minhall

Anne-Marie Minhall is an English radio presenter who works for Classic FM, which is the UK’s no.1 classical music station. She presents the weekday afternoon show from 1pm-5pm.

Abbott Payson Usher

Abbott Payson Usher (1883  – June 18, 1965) was an American economic historian. The Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) has awarded the Abbot Payson Usher Prize, named in his honor, annually since 1961.

Meg Stuart

Meg Stuart (born 1965 in New Orleans) is an American choreographer and dancer who lives and works in Brussels and Berlin. Her company, Damaged Goods, operates from Brussels since 1994.

Katrina Brown

Katrina Brown (ca. 1965) is een Australisch klavecimbel- en pianofortespeler.

Mark Blake (writer)

Mark Blake is a music journalist and author. His work has been published since 1989 in newspapers such as The Times, The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Express, and the music magazines Q, Mojo, Classic Rock and Prog.

James Hickox

James D.R. Hickox est un réalisateur, producteur et scénariste britannique, né en 1965.

Paul Ramirez Jonas

Paul Ramírez Jonas (born 1965, Pomona, California) is an American artist and arts educator, who is known for contemporary, social practice art work exploring the potential between artist and audience, artwork and public. Many of Ramirez Jonas’s projects use pre-existing texts, models, or materials to reenact or prompt actions and reinsert himself into his own audience.

Michelle Kaufman

Michelle Kaufman (born 1965) is an American sportswriter for the Miami Herald. She writes a column every Sunday on sports in general, focusing on soccer in particular. She also covers tennis, Olympic sports and college/pro sports. She previously worked at the Detroit Free Press and St. Petersburg Times.

Nellie Charlie

Nellie Charlie (1867–1965) was a Mono Lake Paiute – Kucadikadi basketmaker associated with Yosemite National Park. She was born in Lee Vining, California, the daughter of tribal headman Pete Jim, and his wife Patsy, also a basket maker. She married Young Charlie, a Mono Lake Paiute – Kucadikadi man from Yosemite, and they had six children. Her Paiute name was Besa-Yoona.

Dan Lewis

Daniel “Dan” Lewis (11 December 1902 – 1965) was a Welsh football goalkeeper, who is most notable for his time playing for Arsenal. He kept goal for Arsenal in the 1927 FA Cup Final where a mistake by him saw Cardiff City win the cup.

Frank Evers

Frank Evers (born 1965) is an American businessman, the CEO of INSTITUTE/The Story Institute and the President of Evergreen Pictures.

Jake Scott

Jake Scott (born 1965) is an English film director who works primarily in the field of music videos. His father is film director Ridley Scott.

Ladislaus Vidor

Ladislaus Vidor, eigentlich László Vidor, in den USA Leslie Vidor (* 13. April 1914 in Preßburg, Österreich-Ungarn; † 1965 in Mexiko) war ein ungarisch-amerikanischer Filmeditor, der seit 1938 in den USA lebte.

Rick Karr

Rick G. Karr is a journalist and educator who reports primarily on media and technology’s impact on culture.

Alfreda Frances Bikowsky

Alfreda Frances Bikowsky (born 1965) is a career Central Intelligence Agency officer who has headed the Bin Laden Issue Station and the Global Jihad unit. Bikowsky’s identity is not publicly acknowledged by the Agency but was deduced by independent investigative journalists in 2011. In January 2014, the Washington Post named her and tied her to a pre-9/11 intelligence failure and the extraordinary rendition of Khalid El-Masri. The Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture, released in December 2014, showed that Bikowsky was not only a key part of the torture program but also one of its chief apologists, resulting in the media’s giving her the moniker “The Unidentified Queen of Torture.”

Mike Adams

Michael „Mike“ Adams (* um 1965) ist ein englischer Badmintonspieler.

Graham Edwards

Graham Edwards (born 1965) is an English author of fantasy and crime novels. His most popular books have generally featured dragons as their central characters.

Charles Workman

Charles Workman (geboren 1965 in Arkansas) ist ein US-amerikanischer Opernsänger der Stimmlage Tenor.