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A combat veteran and former paratrooper, Bill Glose is the author of five books of poetry and one book of fiction, All the Ruined Men, published in 2022 by St. Martin's Press. A regular contributor to Super Lawyers, his work has also appeared in numerous publications, including Army Times, The Writer,Narrative Magazine and The Sun. His honors include the F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Award, the Robert Bausch Fiction Award, and the Dateline Award for Excellence in Journalism. Glose was named the Daily Press Poet Laureate in 2011 and featured by NPR on The Writer’s Almanac in 2017. He maintains a page of helpful information for writers on his website BillGlose.com.
Bob Geballe is a longtime journalist based near Seattle. He has written for Washington Law & Politics and Super Lawyers for two decades, as well as for other local and regional publications. He has also worked for PBS NewsHour, Frontline, and network television stations in Seattle and Boston. He is a full-time high school teacher, specializing in science and visual media. In addition, he loves to hike, garden, cook and travel, and spend increasing amounts of time with his three grandchildren.
Bob Sullivan is a veteran journalist and the author of five books, including New York Times best-sellers Gotcha Capitalism and Stop Getting Ripped Off! He has won the Society of Professional Journalists Public Service Award, a Peabody Award, and the Consumer Federation of America Betty Furness Consumer Media Service Award. He spent nearly two decades working at MSNBC.com and NBC News, and he’s now a syndicated columnist and frequent TV guest. He is also co-host of the podcast “Breach,” which examines history’s biggest hacking stories, and co-host of the weekly podcast “So, Bob,” which tackles stories about the unintended consequences of technology. His latest book, The Barstool MBA: Why Running a Bar Beats Running to Business School, was published in July 2019.
Brendan Meyer is a freelance writer based in Chicago, Illinois. He studied at the Missouri School of Journalism, and has written for such newspapers and magazines as The Dallas Morning News, ESPN, Casper Star-Tribune (Wyo.), Bleacher Report and St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He has primarily served on enterprise and sports beats. In 2018, he received the Michael Brick Storytelling Award. His work has also been recognized by The Best American Sports Writing 2020.
C.A. Hudak is a communications professional and attorney. She practices law pro bono, representing people who seek asylum. For more than 20 years, she has created just about every kind of content for organizations including Microsoft, Seattle Children’s Hospital, The Seattle Art Museum, and a variety of startups, upstarts, and small businesses. Her creative work has appeared in King County’s Poetry on Buses, Seattle Review of Books, Ghosts of Seattle Past, the Sextant Review, and at Gallery 110 in Seattle. Her current day job is doing communications for her local elections department. She encourages you to register and vote.
Carlos Harrison is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, two-time Emmy nominee, and author of 16 books ranging from biographies to legal issues (e.g. The Ghosts of Hero Street, Trained to Kill and The Memorandum). A graduate of the University of South Florida, his articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Miami Herald, People, and other publications. Several of his articles for Super Lawyers have won awards from the Society for Professional Journalists.
Carol Tice has written for Forbes, Entrepreneur, Seattle Business, Delta Sky and many other publications. She is the recipient of a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors & Writers. Corporate clients have included Costco, AmEx, Deloitte and Dell. Over the course of a decade, she built and sold a content-based online business that serves freelance writers. In a past life, she was a legal secretary at MGM Studios and the William Morris Agency (now Endeavor). Today, she ghostwrites books for business thought leaders.
Carole Hawkins is full-time freelance journalist who has written more than 2,000 articles on business and public policy for The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville Business Journal and other regional newspapers. She has received awards from the Georgia Press Association and the Florida Press Club for business and feature writing.
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