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Maria Tatar chairs the program in folklore and mythology at Harvard. She is the author of many acclaimed books on folklore and fairy tales, as well as the editor and translator of The Turnip Princess, The Annotated Hans Christian Andersen, The Annotated Brothers Grimm, The Classic Fairy Tales: A Norton Critical Edition and The Grimm Reader. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Alice Tate is a freelancer writer and blogger living in London. She studied Fashion Design at the University of Leeds before moving to New York and then Sydney to work for Refinery 29, W Magazine, NYLON and RUSSH. Alice moved back to UK to help launch Refinery 29 in London. She also writes for Metro International, Grazia, Evening Standard, The Pool, Conde Nast Traveller, Travel + Leisure and British Airways Highlife. You can also find Alice at her blog FlashAnthology.com.
Carson Tate's mission is to bring productivity with passion back to the workplace. She is the founder and principal of Working Simply and serves as a consultant, coach and trainer to executives at Fortune 500 companies. A renowned expert on workplace productivity, she has featured in Forbes, Fast Company and The New York Times.
Peter Tate has published several books on ornithology, including Bird, Men and Books: A Literary History of Ornithology and A Century of Bird Books. When his publisher Anthony Witherby died some years ago, he placed the manuscript of his next book quietly away on a shelf and there it remained until earlier this year.
Isadora Tattlin was born and raised in California and spent her early adulthood in New York City. She lives wherever her husband's job takes them and their two young children.
Gary Taubes is a journalist and author whose books on controversial science include Nobel Dreams and Bad Science, a New York Times notable book of the year. He is the only journalist to have won the National Association of Science Writer's prestigious Science-in-Society award three times.
Mark Tavener was a British novelist who wrote mostly for radio but also for television. His 1989 satirical novel In the Red was adapted for radio (with Peter Baynham) in 1995, and television in 1998. Further radio shows using the same characters followed: In the Red, In the Balance, In the Chair, and In the End. A spin-off series, Absolute Power, appeared in 2000, starring Stephen Fry and John Bird as a pair of spin doctors, both of whom were recently fired from the BBC managerial roles they hold in In the Red and its sequels. After four series on BBC Radio 4 it was transferred to television.Other radio show credits include High Table, Lower Orders, featuring Geoffrey Palmer and Rebecca Front, and His Master's Voice.
Sian Lacey Taylder is a historian and regularly lectures at Cambridge University. Her specialist field is religion and gender. This is her first erotic novel.
D.J. Taylor was born in Norwich in 1960. He is a novelist, critic and acclaimed biographer, whose biography of Thackeray was a critically-acclaimed success and whose Orwell: The Life won the Whitbread Biography prize in 2003. His most recent books are Kept: A Victorian Mystery (a Publishers Weekly Book of the Year), Bright Young People: The Rise and Fall of a Generation 1918-1940, and the novels Ask Alice, At the Chime of a City Clock and, most recently, Derby Day.
Richard Taylor is the author of How to Read a Church. Dr Andrew Eburne is editor of the Garden History Journal and a consultant for historic gardens including Blickling Hall in Norfolk and Marble Hill in London. Richard and Andrew met while studying English at Oxford and have been close friends for almost twenty years.
David Taylor has been inspiring individuals and businesses for over twenty years, working with people from all walks of life - from CEOs to professional golfers and international leaders. He is also one of Europe's most dynamic and sought-after speakers on the subject of leadership and personal development. He appeared on the 6-part Carlton TV series 'Working Wonders'. He is also the author of The Naked Leader. He lives in Surrey.
A.J.P. Taylor (1906-1990) was one of the most controversial historians of the twentieth century. He served as a lecturer at the Universities of Manchester, Oxford, and London.
Joules Taylor has been fascinated by unicorns since childhood, and over the decades has explored and extensively researched these timeless, fabulous creatures. She has also written books on clairvoyance, crystals and dream interpretation. In this book she will show you how to find your very own pure and joyous unicorn. Learn how to harness its healing energy to bring calm, strength, inspiration and happiness into your life, and discover how your unicorn can help you tune into your essential power, helping you achieve your goals, dreams and ambitions. Illustrated by Danielle Noel, visual artist, designer and creator of the bestselling Starchild Tarot decks.
Helen Taylor is a writer living in France. The Backstreets of Purgatory is her first novel.
Tot Taylor is a writer, composer and art curator who occupies his time writing words and music and curating art exhibitions for the Riflemaker Gallery in London, which he co-founded. His musical work includes the score for the National Theatre’s eight-hour production of ‘Picasso’s Women’ as well as numerous theatre and film soundtracks and record productions. He has also curated art exhibitions worldwide. For the past fifteen years Tot has been working on his debut novel, The Story of John Nightly. Born in Cambridge, he now lives in London.
Mildred D. Taylor was born in Mississippi and grew up in Ohio. She worked in Ethiopia with the Peace Corps before enrolling at the School of Journalism at the University of Colorado, where she helped develop a Black Studies programme. She is best-known for her Newbery Medal winner, ROLL OF THUNDER, HEAR MY CRY. Mildred D. Taylor still lives in Colorado.
Charlie Taylor has been a behavioural specialist for over ten years. He has taught every age group, from nursery to 16-year-olds, working in tough inner city primary and comprehensive schools. He is currently the head teacher of a special school for children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties in West London. His school has twice received 'outstanding' ratings by Ofsted since he arrived in 2006. He also works as a freelance behaviour consultant, coaching teachers in behaviour management techniques, and holds regular workshops for parents. He lives in London and is married with three immaculately behaved children.
Corey Taylor is the author of two Sunday Times bestsellers Seven Deadly Sins and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven. Lead singer of rock bands Slipknot and Stone Sour, Taylor has earned 11 platinum records, 43 gold records, and a Grammy Award. A native of Iowa, he spends his time between there, Las Vegas and his suitcase. TheCoreyTaylor.com
Sean Taylor is the author of many children's books for many different ages. His picture books include the multi-award-winning When A Monster is Born, The World Champion of Staying Awake and Crocodiles Are the Best Animals of All, which was shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. He lives partly in England and partly in Brazil where his wife is from. Ross Collins graduated from the Glasgow School of Art with a First in Illustration. In the same year he won the Macmillan Children's Book Prize. He now has over eighty titles to his name including Busy Night which won the White Raven Award and Billy Monster's Daymare which won the Royal Mail Book Award. He lives in Glasgow.
Murray Walker, OBE is the indisputable 'Voice of Formula One'. He has been broadcasting for over 50 years, becoming in the process a much-loved household name. Simon Taylor has been a racing journalist for more than 40 years. BBC Radio's motor racing correspondent and an ITV commentator on modern and historic motor racing.
Lulu Taylor was brought up in the English countrside, educated at Oxford University, and has lived all over the world. She is married and lives in London.
William C. Taylor is co-founder and founding editor of Fast Company and the bestselling author of Practically Radical and Mavericks at Work. He writes a popular blog for the Harvard Business Review and was a columnist for The New York Times and the Guardian.
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