Saxon Henry, an author, poet and content creator, is a literary adventurer on The Diary of an Improvateur on SaxonHenry.com. Also the founder of The Literary Blog to Book Movement on Google+, Saxon has four books to her credit, the latest of which are Anywhere But Here (poetry), Stranded on the Road to Promise (memoir), and Four Florida Moderns (architecture). Stranded on the Road to Promise chronicles Saxon’s experiences on the Native American reservations in South Dakota and Alaska.
The writer is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and — as a journalist for over two decades — has written for a variety of national publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Interior Design, Robb Report, Traditional Home, Delta Sky Magazine, The Miami Herald and Latitudes.
Gerard McLean is a humor essayist disguised as a writer. He has written several essay collections, some technical manuals, newspaper articles, way more tweets than is healthy and more than his fair share of letters. While much of his work is considered by many to be humorous, he is not above writing some very sobering stuff, like his 100 Letters to Hillary about health care in America.
As of the publication of his third book, Dear Hillary, he is confirmed alive.