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Greg Muttitt was previously co-director of campaigning charity Platform, exposing the environmental and human impacts of the oil industry. He has worked on Iraq since the war started in 2003. His work has frequently appeared in the media, including the Guardian, Independent, Financial Times and BBC. www.fuelonthefire.com Twitter @FuelOnTheFire
Blake has created five businesses since graduating from college, among them a national college campus laundry service, and an online driver's education school that featured hybrid cars. You can read more about TOMS shoes on their website, TOMSshoes.com; Blake Mycoskie also maintains a blog, blakemycoskie.blogspot.com.
Si King is a big, blonde-bearded biker from Newcastle, where he lives with his partner and three children. His infectious laugh and friendly charm have served him well for many years working as a first assistant director and locations manager for film and television, recently working on the Harry Potter films. Dave Myers was born and bred in Barrow-in-Furness and his versatile skills have taken him to some unusual places. He worked as a furnaceman in a steelworks to finance his Master's degree in fine arts before joining the BBC as a make-up artist, specialising in prosthetics. He has worked on many feature films and television series, including 'Lives and Loves of a She Devil', and the current BBC One hit 'Spooks'.
John M. Myers is the author of seventeen books, ranging from fantasy to historical fiction of the American Old West. His best known work The Saga of Hugh Glass: Pirate, Pawnee, and Mountain Man was first published in 1963.
Julie Myerson is the author of Home: The Story of Everyone Who Ever Lived in Our House and nine novels, including the best-selling Something Might Happen, which was longlisted for the Booker Prize. In the words of the Observer, she 'has a talent for making the unthinkable readable. The results are riveting.'
Jonathan Myerson is an author, playwright and screenwriter who has written numerous plays for television and radio. His animated film The Canterbury Tales won the 1999 BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film.
Thomas Myler is the boxing writer for the Irish Independent and the Irish correspondent for Boxing News. He has written extensively on world boxing and is considered one of Ireland's leading historians on the sport.
Patrick Myler is a writer and boxing historian. His articles have appeared in The Ring, Boxing News, Boxing Monthly and British Boxing Yearbook.
Lauren Myracle is the author of many books for teens and tweens, including Shine; Kissing Kate; Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks; and The Winnie Years series. Visit Lauren online at www.laurenmyracle.com.
Caroline Myss, Ph.D., is a pioneer and international lecturer in the fields of energy medicine and human consciousness. She maintains a website at www.myss.com.
Eduard Morike was born in Ludwigsburg in 1804. He was a Protestant pastor before teaching literature at a seminary in Stuttgart. He spent the last decade of his life in increasing solitude, keen to avoid the fame his writing had brought him. David Luke is an Emeritus Fellow of Christ Church, Oxford. His translation of Faust won the European Poetry Translation Prize.
Jan-Werner Müller is Professor of Politics at Princeton University and the author of several books, most recently Contesting Democracy: Political Ideas in Twentieth Century Europe. He contributes regularly to London Review of Books, the Guardian, and the New York Review of Books.
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