Cesar Vidal" is an award-winning Spanish author, journalist, and historian. He is the director and panelist of juvenile literature at a radio station, and a history consultant for television programs. He has been teaching in Spanish universities for many years. "Cesar Vidal" has written more that 100 titles on subjects ranging from religion to geography to history, including several stories for children.
004194483|01|AU|Anne Wright has translated many books into English, including The Motorcycle Diaries; I, Rigoberta Menchu and The Assasination of Lumumba.
004194506|01|AU|Linda Mason is Associate Professor of Education, The Pennsylvania State University.
004194609|01|AU|Sallie Yea is senior research fellow in international development at RMIT University, Melbourne.
004194631|01|AU|Frank Stewart has published more than a dozen books on international literature and environmental issues.
004194632|01|AU|Carlos Andrade Caama o is a fighter by nature. He was born on May 23rd, 1957 in a small village called Artes (Municipality of Carballo), A Coru a. His childhood was marked by his mother's death, after a long illness. The harsh conditions of those times forced him to work since he was a child, which never stopped him from devouring every book that fell into his hands. He became an industrial radiologist but, in 1973, he had an accident while working with nuclear energy, which made it impossible for him to continue practicing his profession, and he turned to advertising communication. No doubt books helped him overcome this critical period. Nowadays, he is the president of an important advertising agency, Andrade & Asociados. That Fall Deluge is his first published novel.
004194634|01|AU|Christine Mollier is a research scholar specializing in the history of medieval Taoism at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).
004194635|01|AU|Kelihiano Kalolo is director of the South Pacific Centre, Tokelau University.
004194637|01|AU|Heather A. Diamond is lecturer in the departments of English and American studies at the University of Hawai'i.
004194646|01|AU|Omi Hatashin, one of Yokois nephews by marriage, was born in Kyoto, took his first degree in Tokyo, followed by his PhD in England, and was called to the English Bar in 2003. Associated with St. Antonys College, Oxford, for a number of years, he writes on human rights and criminal justice in practice in Japan, corporate disasters and culture, as well as issues of comparative law and history.
004194668|01|AU|David Chandler is Professor Emeritus of History at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. His published works include "A History of Cambodia" (1991, 1996) and "Brother Number One: A Political Biography of Pol Pot" (1992). He currently lives in Washington, D.C.
004194679|01|AU|Aurore Jesset was born and raised in Paris. After completing her studies in psychology, she worked in a center for teenagers and adults. Today she has her own practice.
004194680|01|AU|barbara Korthues was born in Germany near the Dutch border. She studied illustration and graphic design as well as appointing in Munster and has since illustrated many books. She now lives and works in Stuttgart.
004194719|01|AU|Fadia Basrawi was born in Saudi Arabia.
004194758|01|AU|Luin Goldring is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at York University. "From the Hardcover edition.
004194902|01|AU|Ann K. Jordan is the Career Development Manager for the Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development, Cincinnati, Ohio. An active member of the Ohio Career Education Association, Ann has served as Conference Committee Chair, Board of Trustees member, and President. Also active in Ohio ACTE organizations, Ann was recently named ACTEs Region 1s Educator of the Year. 004195109|01|AU|Don J. Hibbard administered the State of Hawaii's historic preservation program in 1981-2002 and now works as a heritage specialist. He has written several books on Hawaii architecture, including The View from Diamond Head and Designing Paradise. 004195113|01|AU|Rovenia M. Brock, Ph.D., has been a practicing nutritionist for over twenty years and was the host of Black Entertainment Television's "Heart & Soul," She is an award-winning lecturer and health reporter, a resident nutrition expert to bet.com, and currently appears on WHUR_FM radio with her own health segment, "Heads Up on Health with Dr. Ro." She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband, Dr. Murray Riggins, and their beloved cocker spaniel, Destinye.
"From the Hardcover edition.