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Kristen Iversen received a Ph.D. in English from the University of Denver. She is Director of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at The University of Memphis and also Editor-in-Chief of The Pinch, an award-winning literary journal. Kristen Iversen has two sons and currently lives in Memphis.
Rukmini Iyer is a food stylist and food writer, formerly a lawyer. She loves creating new recipes and making food look beautiful for shoots, and when she's not styling, cooking or entertaining, she can usually be found reading by the riverside, or filling her balcony with more plants than it can hold. Follow her on Instagram @missminifer.
Eddie Izzard is a world-renowned comedian, actor, writer, runner, and activist. He made his West End debut in 1993 in a one-man show called Live at the Ambassadors, for which he received an Olivier Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement. He recently appeared on television as Dr Abel Gideon in Hannibal, and he produced and starred in the FX Networks series The Riches. His films include Valkyrie; Ocean's Thirteen and Ocean's Twelve; Across the Universe; Mystery Men; Shadow of the Vampire; The Cat's Meow; Lost Christmas; Castles in the Sky; and Whisky Galore! His stage appearances include David Mamet's Race and The Cryptogram; the title role in Marlowe's Edward II; 900 Oneonta; and A Day in the Death of Joe Egg in London and on Broadway, which garnered him a Tony nomination for Best Actor. Izzard's hit one-man shows include Dress to Kill, Stripped, and Force Majeure. His performance in Dress to Kill earned him two Emmy Awards. In 2010, the documentary Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story received an Emmy nomination. In 2009, Izzard ran forty-three marathons in fifty-one days throughout the United Kingdom, and in 2016, he ran twenty-seven marathons in twenty-seven days across South Africa in honour of Nelson Mandela's twenty-seven years in prison. By running these seventy marathons he has helped raise £4.8 million ($6 million) for the UK charity Sport Relief.
Kim Izzo is the arts/features director at Flare magazine. She has been a frequent contributor to various newspapers and magazines including The Globe and Mail (Canada's national newspaper) Style and Fashion magazine. Ceri Marsh is editor-in-chief of Fashion Magazine and editorial director of Fashion 18 Magazine. Her articles have appeared frequently in The Globe and Mail newspaper, Toronto Life Magazine and Flare Magazine. Friends since college, Izzo and Marsh's first book together, The Fabulous Girl's Guide to Decorum is published by Corgi Books. They also launched www.thefabulousgirl.com. They have appeared on numerous radio and television programmes, and live in Toronto, Canada, where the book was a massive bestseller.
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