In everything we make, we rely on teams of talented individuals who share our desire for excellence. We’re proud and grateful to be associated with the individuals and organizations listed here.
E.M. Beekman (1939–2008), an authority on colonial and Dutch language and literature, was Professor Emeritus of Germanic Languages, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. A poet, novelist, and author, he is the translator of the six-volume The Ambonese Herbal (Yale University Press).
Robert J. Behnke, Ph.D. is professor emeritus of Fisheries Conservation and Wildlife Biology at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. He is the author of more than 100 articles and papers regarding fish and fisheries and has served on numerous advisory boards for state and federal agencies. He is the author of About Trout (Lyons Press, 2007), Trout and Salmon of North America (Free Press, 2002) and Native Trout of Western North America (American Fisheries Society, 1992). He began writing the quarterly About Trout column for Trout Unlimiteds Trout magazine in 1983. He lives with his wife, Sally, in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Les Beletsky, Ph.D., is an ornithologist and the series editor of the Travelers Wildlife Guides (Interlink Books) and is the author of Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song (Chronicle, 2006), Bird Songs From Around the World (Chronicle, 2008), and Birds of the World (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005). He is a visiting scholar at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, University of Washington. He and his wife, Cynthia, divide their time between Seattle and Whidbey Island, Washington. www.lesbeletsky.com
Al Caucci is a world-renowned angler and fly-fishing writer. He is the author of The Mayfly Guide (Scott & Nix, Inc., Spring 2011), is co-author of the essential Hatches II: A Complete Guide to the Hatches of North American Trout Streams (Lyons Press, 2004) and has contributed to numerous fly-fishing magazines. He is a former board member of the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum and is one of the founders and a current officer of the Friends of the Upper Delaware River. He was inducted into the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame in October 2006 and currently operates Al Caucci Fly Fishing, a fly-fishing destination travel service offering trips to Montana, the Bahamas, the Upper Delaware River, Alaska, New Zealand, Argentina, and Chile. He lives with his wife Betti on the West Branch of the Delaware River in Starlight, Pennsylvania. www.mayfly.com
Ted Floyd is the editor of Birding, the flagship publication of the American Birding Association. He has published widely on birds and ecological topics, and he is an instructor with the American Birding Associations Institute for Field Ornithology program. Floyd is a frequent speaker at birding festivals and other birding events, and he has led birding trips and workshops throughout North America. He is the author of the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008) and co-author of the Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Nevada (University of Nevada Press, 2007). He lives in Lafayette, Colorado with his wife Kei, daughter Hannah, and son Andrew.
Stan Friedman is senior research librarian at Conde Nast Publications and writes poetry, articles, and reviews that have appeared in numerous journals, magazines, and newspapers, such as The New York Press. Friedman is the author of God’s Gift to Women (Scott & Nix, Inc., 2011) and Dogs Playing Poker Unleashed: A Guide to Mans Best Game (Sterling, 2005). He lives in New York City.
Arthur Haines is research botanist, New England Wild Flower Society, and curator, Delta Institute of Natural History Herbarium. He is the author of many scientific articles and papers and the Flora Novae Angliae (Yale University Press). He lives in Bowdoin, ME. www.arthurhaines.com
Adam Levine is an award-winning garden writer whose work has appeared in many regional and national publications, including Martha Stewart Living, Horticulture, Fine Gardening, This Old House, and others. He is author or co-author of four books: A Guide to the Great Gardens of the Philadelphia Region (Temple University Press, 2007), Gale Nurseries: Four Generations of Garden Excellence (Gale Nurseries, 2008), The Passion for Gardening (Clarkson Potter, 2003) and The Philadelphia Flower Show: Celebrating 175 Years (HarperCollins, 2003). He also conducts research and lectures on environmental issues, with a focus on the history of urban watersheds. He lives in Media, Pennsylvania. www.phillyh2o.org, www.phillygardenguide.com
Theodore W. Pietsch
Theodore W. Pietsch is Dorothy T. Gilbert Professor in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and curator of fishes at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University of Washington in Seattle. He is the author of The Curious Death of Peter Artedi (Scott & Nix, Inc.), Frogfishes of the World (Stanford University Press); Fishes, Crayfishes, and Crabs (Johns Hopkins University Press); A Mermaid in the Tub (MVB Fonts); Tropical Fishes of the East Indies (Taschen); and Oceanic Anglerfishes (University of California Press). He lives in Seattle, Washington.
David Port is co-author of The Cavemans Pregnancy Companion (Sterling, 2006) and The Cavemans Guide to Babys First Year (Sterling, 2008) and The New Game: A Strategy to Reinvent the American Economy (Lulu, 2007). He is the editor of the New Parent Guide, a magazine for new dog and cat adopters, and is founde of Southpaw Print/Net Communications. Port lives in Denver, Colorado, with his wife and two young children. www.cultivatedcaveman.com
Brian M. Ralston, m.d., f.a.a.f.p. is a family physician with a clinical practice at MacNeal Hospital in the Chicago area. His special areas of interest include sports medicine and computers in medicine. Ralston volunteers as a teaching faculty member at a free medical clinic and works with a group of physicians who travel regularly to Honduras to provide medical care in rural communities. He is the medical consultant to the book The Cavemans Pregnancy Companion (Sterling, 2006) and is a co-author of The Cavemans Guide to Babys First Year (Sterling, 2008). Ralston lives in Chicago, Illinois. www.cultivatedcaveman.com
John Ralston manages the dietary program at Gunnison Valley Hospital in Gunnison, Colorado, and is co-author of The Cavemans Pregnancy Companion (Sterling, 2006) and The Cavemans Guide to Babys First Year (Sterling, 2008). He founded and sold two successful restaurants and worked for five years in the United States House of Representatives. John lives with his wife, young daughter, and son in Crested Butte, Colorado. www.cultivatedcaveman.com
Martin Ratcliffe, is a former president of the International Planetarium Society and a council member of the UKs British Astronomical Association and the Society for Popular Astronomy. He worked at the Armagh Planetarium in Northern Ireland, and later in the United States as director of the Buhl Planetarium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the CyberDome Theater, in Wichita, Kansas. He has written the monthly Sky this Month column for Astronomy magazine since 1996. He the is author/editor of the annual State of the Universe series (Praxis/Springer) and The Night Sky Revealed (Sterling, 2007). He is director of professional development for Sky-Skan, Inc., a leading planetarium supply and production company. He lives in Valley Center, Kansas.
Ian Ridpath has been a full-time writer and broadcaster on astronomy since 1972. He is the author of Stars and Planets: The Most Complete Guide to the Stars, Planets, Galaxies, and the Solar System (Princeton University Press, 2008), Astronomy: The Universe, Equipment, Stars and Planets, Monthly Guides (DK, 2006), Collins Gem: Stars (HarperCollins, 2005), and the editor of Nortons Star Atlas and Reference Handbook, 20th Edition (Benjamin Cummings, 2003) and the Oxford Dictionary of Astronomy, Second Edition (Oxford University Press, 2007). He lives in London. www.ianridpath.com
Clay Risen is a staff editor at the New York Times. His writing has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Smithsonian, and Inc., among other publications. He is also the author of A Nation on Fire: America in the Wake of the King Assassination (Wiley, 2009). Clay has covered spirits and beer for The Atlantic website since 2009 and is the author of the forthcoming American Whiskey, Bourbon, and Rye (Sterling).
Ernest G. Schwiebert was a founding member of Trout Unlimited, the Federation of Flyfishers, and Theodore Gordon Flyfishers. He wrote and illustrated many influential books about the sport of flyfishing, including Matching the Hatch (Macmillan, 1955), Trout (Dutton, 1978), Remembrance of Rivers Past (Macmillan, 1972), Death of a Riverkeeper (Dutton, 1980), and Nymphs Volumes I and II, Revised Edition (Lyons Press, 2007). Schwiebert was a regular contributor to magaznes and newspapers including Fly Fisherman, Field & Stream, Sports Afield, Esquire, and the New York Times. He passed away at his home in Princeton, New Jersey in 2005. He was 74.
David A. Sibley is a world-famous bird artist and writer. He is the author and illustrator of The Sibley Guide to Birds (Knopf, 2000), The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America (Knopf, 2003), The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America (Knopf, 2003), Sibley’s Birding Basics (Knopf, 2002), and co-author, co-editor, and illustrator of The Sibley Guide to Bird Life & Behavior (Knopf, 2001). He is currently at work on a new book about trees of North America. He lives in Concord, Massachusetts with his wife, Joan, and their two sons. www.sibleyart.com
C. John Sullivan, Jr.
C. John Sullivan, Jr., is a nationally recognized expert, appraiser, and collector of American waterfowl decoys. He is the author of Decoys: North American Carving Masterpieces 2010 Calendar (Workman, 2009), Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, Decoys & Long Guns, Tales of Carroll’s Island Ducking Club (History Press, 2008), Waterfowling on the Chesapeake, 1819–1936 (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003), and Old Ocean City (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001). He has contributed to Decoy Magazine, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Quarterly, and writes a quarterly column, “Collector’s Corner” for the magazine The Canvasback. Selected decoys in his personal collection have been exhibited at the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, and the Maryland Historical Society. He is a lifelong resident of Fallston in Harford County, Maryland.
Rich Talcott is senior editor of Astronomy magazine. Since joining the publication in 1986, he has written and edited hundreds of articles and is the author of several books, including Teach Yourself Visually: Astronomy (Wiley, 2008) and is the co-author of Chasing the Shadow: An Observers Guide to Eclipses. He is also the author of an annual wall calendar of star charts, A Year of the Night Sky (Silver Lining, 2008). He lives with his wife, Evelyn, in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Patrick Trotter holds a Ph.D. in chemistry and was a manager of research in chemical and biological sciences in the Pacific Northwest forest industry. Since 1990, he has worked as fisheries and watershed science consultant, specializing in the conservation biology of rare, threatened, and endangered coldwater fishes. He is the author of Cutthroat: Native Trout of the West (Universitty of California Press, 2008). He lives in Seattle, Washington.
Carl Zimmer is the author of ten books about science including Brain Cuttings (Scott & Nix, Inc.), More Brain Cuttings (Scott & Nix, Inc.), Science Ink (Sterling), A Planet of Viruses (UCP), and Parasite Rex (Free Press). He writes frequently about science for the New York Times, National Geographic, Time, Scientific American, and Discover, where he serves as a contributing editor and writes a column about the brain. Carl’s blog The Loom is hosted at the Discover website. He lives in Connecticut with his wife Grace and their children, Charlotte and Veronica. For more information visit carlzimmer.com
Elizabeth Farnsworth is senior research ecologist, New England Wild Flower Society, and a widely published scientific illustrator and writer. Her illustrations appear in the Flora Novae Angliae (Yale University Press). She lives in Royalston, MA.
Flick Ford is a talented musican, graphic artist, and painter. His love of angling has led him to specialize in fine art illustrations of fishes and his work has been collected in two recent books, Fish: 77 Great Fish of North America (Greenwich Workshop Press, 2006) and Big: The 50 Greatest World Record Catches (Greenwich Workshop Press, 2008). His paintings appear in the Scott & Nix, Inc. Saltwater Gamefishes of North America Poster and the Saltwater Gamefish of North America Eighteen Card Set. He lives near Albany, New York. www.flickford.com
Gideon Kendall is a professional artist, illustrator, animation designer, and musician. He has illustrated many books, including The Seems (Bloomsbury, 2007), The Cavemans Pregnancy Companion (Sterling, 2006), The Cavemans Guide to Babys First Year (Sterling, 2008), Dino Pets (Dutton, 2007), and Littlebats Halloween Story (Whitman, 2001). Kendall lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and fellow artist, Julie Peppito. www.gideonkendall.com
Gordon Morrison is a prize-winning freelance artist, writer, and naturalist and illustrator of children’s books and natural history guides, including Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide (Little, Brown), A Field Guide to Eastern Forests (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), and the Flora Novae Angliae (Yale University Press). He lives in Royalston, MA.
Artist, writer, activist, and Yale graduate James Prosek made his authorial debut at nineteen years of age with Trout: An Illustrated History (Alfred A. Knopf, 1996), which featured seventy of his watercolor paintings of the trout of North America. Prosek is a regular contributor to the New York Times and won a Peabody Award in 2003 for his documentary about traveling through England in the footsteps of Izaak Walton, the seventeenth-century author of The Compleat Angler. He co-founded a conservation initiative called World Trout in 2004 with Yvon Chouinard, the owner of Patagonia clothing company, which raises money for coldwater habitat conservation through the sale of T-shirts featuring trout paintings.
David Sibley (see Authors)
Ernest Schwiebert (see Authors)
Joseph R. Tomelleri graduated with an M.S. in Biology and pursued research in botany before becoming a full-time artist in 1986. Since then, he has traveled extensively around North America collecting specimens and photographing native fishes to create his illustrations. His work has appeared in dozens of magazines, journals, and many books including Cutthroat: Native Trout of the West (UCA Press, 2008), About Trout (Lyons Press, 2007), Fishes of Alabama (Smithsonian, 2004), and Trout and Salmon of North America (Free Press, 2002). His work is featured in the Trout of North America Eighteen Card Set (Scott & Nix, Inc., 2007) and the Trout of North America Poster (Scott & Nix, Inc., 2007). Forthcoming works include Freshwater Gamefish of North America Eighteen Card Set, Freshwater Gamefish of North America Poster, and Fishes of Puget Sound for the University of Washington Press. He lives in Leawood, Kansas with his wife, Susan, and their two young sons. www.americanfishes.com
Rob Cardillo has been a professional horticulture photographer for over 20 years. His work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines including the New York Times, Better Homes and Gardens, Organic Gardening, Town and Country Living, and others. He has contributed to multiple books including Gale Nurseries: Four Generations of Garden Excellence (Gale Nuseries, 2008), Foliage (Storey Publishing, 2007), which was chosen for the 2008 American Horticultural Society Book Award, and the A Guide to the Great Gardens of the Philadelphia Region (Temple University Press, 2007), which won a Silver Award of Achievement in the 2008 Garden Writer’s Association Media Awards program for Book Photography. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, Sue Cardillo. www.robcardillo.com
Mike Danzenbaker is one of the world’s most prolific and talented bird photographers. His work has appeared in every major nature magazine and photographic field guide including the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). He lives in Montain View, California. www.avesphoto.com
Kevin T. Karlson
Kevin T. Karlson is a professional photographer, writer, lecturer, and tour leader. He is the co-author of The Shorebird Guide (Houghton Mifflin, 2006) and is a regular contributor as a photographer and writer to WildBird magazine. Karlson is president of Jaeger Tours, Inc., a birding/nature tour company. Many of his beautiful images appear in the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). He lives in Cape May, New Jersey. www.kevinkarlsonphotography.com
Thomas Jackson is a professional photographer. He is represented by Getty Images and he is the photographer for Scotch: Malts of Scotland Wall Calendar (Workman). He lives in New York City with clothing designer, Carrie Ducher, their daughter, Fredrika, and son, Archer.
Garth McElroyis a full-time professional bird and nature photographer. His images have appeared in many books and magazines including National Wildlife, Natural New England, Birding, Birding World, Audubon, and the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). He lives in Anson, Maine. www.featheredfotos.com
Capt. Brian Patteson operates Seabirding Pelagic Trips from Oregon Inlet and Cape Hatteras on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Patteson is a seabird expert and his beautiful and expertly indetified images have been published in many magazines and books, including Birding, Winging It, and Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). He lives in Frisco, North Carolina. www.seabirding.com
Robert Royse is a professional musician with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and a talented bird photographer. His bird images appear in many nature magazines and books including the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). He lives in Columbus, Ohio. www.roysephotos.com
Bill Schmoker is a science teacher and bird photographer. His bird images have appeared in many magazines and books, including Birding, Audubon, WildBird, and the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). He lives in Longmount, Colorado. www.schmoker.org
In addition to Scott & Nix, Maurice Sherman's clients include: Sazas Design, Digital Sandbox, Pure & Applied Design, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, Palm Beach Cottages & Gardens, Robin Hood Foundation, Spire Integrated Design, Watson Guptill, Interrobang Design Studio, Noneman & Noneman Design, and RudIn Management. He has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, NY; Society of Illustrators, NY; Art Directors Club, NY; Parsons School of Design, NY; and the Museum of Modern Art, NY.
Brian E. Small
Brian E. Small is a professional nature photographer and photo editor of the American Birding Associations Birding magazine. His work has appeared in dozens of magazines and newspapers, including Time, The New York Times, Audubon, Birders World, Birding, WildBird, Bird Watchers Digest, North American Birds, Birders Journal, and Nature Conservancy. He is the principal contributor to the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America(Smithsonian/Collins, 2008), and his photos have appeared in every major photographic field guide to birds. He lives with his family in Los Angeles, California. www.briansmallphoto.com
Vireo, The Academy of the Natural Sciences
Vireo (Visual Resources for Ornithology) is the world-wide bird photograph collection of The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia. With more than 140,000 photographs representing over 7,000 species Vireo is the worlds most comprehensive collection of ornithological images. Vireo is a major contributor to the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America(Smithsonian/Colins, 2008). www.vireo.acnatsci.org
Jim Zipp is a professional nature photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic, Time, GEO, Audubon, Birding, Birders World, Wildbird, Discovery, and Nature Conservancy. He has contributed to many books and guides, including the National Geographic Complete Birds of North America (National Geographic, 2005) and the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). He is the owner of The Fat Robin Wild Bird and Nature Shop in Hamden, Conneticut, where he lives with his wife, Carol Zipp.
Jemme Aldridge is a Parsons School of Design graduate who has designed for brands such as Kate Spade and JCrew. She is currently site director for Baron & Baron Inc. and freelancer for Partners & Spade. Shes an active member/participant in the AIGA, Publicolor, Paris Review, and Creative Time.
New Jersey native, Marissa Dessanti studied graphic design at the Sam Fox School of Art at Washington University in St. Louis. In May 2008, she graduated with a bfa in Visual Communications and a minor in Art History. She concentrated in information design and publication design, with an emphasis in research and content development. Now back in the New York City area, she is enthusiastic to continue her interdisciplinary approach towards design. Marissa interned at Scott & Nix in the summer of 2007 (for which Scott & Nix are most grateful).
After graduating from the Parsons School of Design in 2005, Whitney worked at Two Twelve Associates as designer for planyc, Michael Bloomberg’s 25-year plan for the city of New York. She has worked with Scott & Nix on the books Birds of the World (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005) and the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). Though native to Canada, Whitney currently splits her time between New York and Montevideo, Uruguay.
May has worked with Scholastic, Jessica Weber Design, the American Museum of Natural History, and Scott & Nix, Inc. Though she currently teaches English as a Second Language and academic writing, she remains a student, admirer, and occasional practioner of design.
Texas native Erich Nagler is a designer, writer, and illustrator trained at Parsons The New School for Design. After working as a Graphic Designer at Nest Magazine, winner of National Magazine Awards for General Excellence in 2000 and Outstanding Design in 2001, he became Assistant Art Director of Metropolis Magazine, finalist for the 2007 National Magazine Award for General Excellence. Erich recently returned to New York from a six-month residency with the Anteeksi Design Collective in Helsinki, Finland. www.designmeans.com
Jason Ramirez is a Designer at St. Martin's Press in New York City. He graduated from the Parsons School of Design in 2006, and the University of Rochester in 1995. He has designed many book covers and interiors (including the interior for About Trout by Robert Behnke in 2007). www.designrelated.com/profile/fluux
As a student at Parsons, Gary was torn between Graphic Design and Architectureuntil he tried to design a book. He found the process to be a little bit of both, and more fun than either. In addition to his design practice, he also writes, hand-binds books, publishes the obscure and baffling literature of his friends, and occasionally teaches. He strives, in all these endeavors, to create things that are intelligent, responsible, and beautiful. He currently lives in the Pacific Northwest. www.garyrobbins.net
Born in the U.S. and raised in Austria, Katharina Seifert studied art history at the Courtauld Institute in London and then painting in Vienna and Florence under Michael Fuchs. In 2005 she graduated with a major in Communication Design from Parsons School of Design. She began her career working for Pure+Applied, and then for Catch 24 Advertising & Design (as a designer for Lufthansa Airlines). She has worked with Scott & Nix on The Night Sky Revealed (Sterling, 2007) and the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Smithsonian/Collins, 2008). Presently, she is part of the graphic design team at the New York Public Library.
Alexandra Zsigmond is assistant art director of the OpEd and Sunday Review sections of the New York Times. She was formerly assistant manager in the web and communications department of Jazz at Lincoln Center. She is a graduate of Stanford University. Alex lives in New York City.
Alfred A. Knopf
Founded in 1915, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. has a long history of publishing important fiction, poetry, non-fiction, reference, and art books. Knopf became part of Random House in 1960, which was acquired in turn by Bertlesmann AG in 1998. www.aaknopf.com
Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble, Inc. is the world’s largest bookseller with approximately 800 retail outlets in the United States. It also publishes books and calendars under its own name and in conjunction with its subsidiary company, Sterling Publishing. www.bn.com
With over 30 imprints, HarperCollins is one of the largest English-language publishing companies in the world. It's also part of the world’s largest media company, the News Corporation. www.harpercollins.com
Johns Hopkins University Press
Founded in 1878, John Hopkins University Press in Baltimore, Maryland, was America’s first university press. For the past 130 years, it has offered a wide selection of award-winning books and journals, and more recently, electronic works. www.press.jhu.edu
Lyons Press is a publishing house created by angler, writer, and professor, Nick Lyons. It was acquired by Globe Pequot, which continues to publish books under the Lyons Press name.
The New England Wild Flower Society
The New England Wild Flower Society, based in Framingham, MA, is the oldest plant conservation organization in North America. Its mission is to conserve and promote the region’s native plants to ensure healthy, biologically diverse landscapes. www.newfs.org
United States Playing Card Co.
The United States Playing Card Company is the world’s leader in the production and distribution of premier brands of playing cards, including Bee®, Bicycle®, Aviator® and Hoyle® playing cards. Bicycle® has been the best selling playing card brand in the world for more than 100 years. The privately held company, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, manufactures, markets, and distributes playing cards, children's card games, collectible tins, puzzles, and card accessories. www.usplayingcard.com
University of California Press
The University of California Press publishes some 200 new books and 50 journals per year. It is the largest academic publisher in western North America, based in Berkeley, California. www.ucpress.edu
Workman Publishing is the eponymous publishing house of Peter Workman, who launched his first title in 1972. Workman has published hundreds of best-selling books and partnered with publishers Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Artisan, Black Dog & Leventhal, Storey Publishing, Greenwich Workshop Press, and Timber Press. www.workman.com
Yale University Press
Yale University Press is a leading academic and general trade publishing company based in New Haven, Connecticut. It publishes on a wide range of topics and just celebrated its 100th year of operation. www.yalepress.yale.edu
Russ Galen, a founding partner in the literary agency Scovil, Galen, Ghosh, represents Scott & Nix, Inc. for a select number of projects. Galen is one of the most well-respected and successful agents in the world with a client list of authors and illustrators who publish in a broad range of categories, including, science, nature, fiction, and fantasy. www.sgglit.com
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