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Adelaide Franco Nikolic

Adelaide Franco Nikolic
MANAGING DIRECTOR & PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE EDITOR

Adelaide Franco Nikolic was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1981. She holds the degree in Modern Languages and Literatures from the University of Lisbon, and has a long professional experience in editing and translating from English to Portuguese and vice versa. She lives in Lisbon and New York and works as managing director of the Adelaide Franco Translation Services.
To learn more about Mrs. Nikolic, please visit
http://www.adelaide-franco.com

 

 

Stevan V. Nikolic

Stevan V. Nikolic
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Stevan V. Nikolic was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1958 and moved to New York, USA in 1987. He began his literary career as a poet before turning to non-fiction and fiction. As a writer, he spent last twenty years studying various forms of esoteric spirituality. Mr. Nikolic is the author of ten books: Royal Art (2006), The Purpose of Freemasonry (2007), Freemasonry in Serbia (2011), On the Square– Decoding Freemasonry (2013) , Spiritual Guide to the Secret of Birth - a four books series written in Serbian language,  on Astrology, Alchemy, Kabbalah, and Ancient Mysteries (2010/2011), and novels Weekend in Faro (2014) and "Truth According To Michael" (2016). He lives in New York and Lisbon, and works in POD and web publishing as writer, translator, and editor.
To learn more about Mr. Nikolic, please visit
http://svnikolic.com

 

Christina Borgoyn

Christina Borgoyn
AUTHOR

Christina Borgoyn lives in the Baltimore area. She graduated from University Maryland University College in 2012 with a BA in English Literature. Her first book of poetry November Poems was published in December of 2013 and is available through Amazon.com. She currently works for the state government while trying to complete her second poetry manuscript.

 

 

 

Joao Franco

João Franco
EDITOR

João Franco (n. 1977 em Lisboa), é licenciado em Relações Internacionais e pós-graduado em Estratégia pela Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. Publicou dois poemas na colectânea Poiesis, vol. XVI (2008), a colectânea poética Azul Profundo (2012) avançando depois para a prosa com o conto O teu semblante pálido, na Revista Lusitânia (2013). No campo da não-ficção é autor do livro Sun Tzu e Mao Zedong-Dois estrategas chineses (2012) e tem artigos publicados em periódicos como Finis Mundi, Revista Intellector, Revista de Geopolítica, Nova Águia, Boletim Meridiano 47, O Dia e Jornal de Defesa e Relações Internacionais. Tem também experiência na área da tradução.


Mahreen Ahmed

Mahreen Ahmed
AUTHOR

Queensland writer, Mehreen Ahmed has been publishing since 1987. A featured author for Story Institute, she has published The Blotted Line, a collection of short stories. More recently, Snapshots, a book of travels was published initially by PostScript Editions, UK. This was followed by a dream allegory, written in stream of consciousness style called Moirae, also published by PostScript Editions, UK. A later edition of the book was published on CreateSpace. So far, she has co-authored two books - Magical Golden Egg and Write to Remember. Jacaranda Blues is her debut novella.

 

Keith Madsen

 

Keith Madsen
AUTHOR

Keith Madsen is a writer and minister who has served churches in Kansas, Washington, Oregon and New Jersey. Currently he is the Pastor of the Community Church of Issaquah, Washington. Keith has had a love of writing all of his life. He has used his writing talents in a variety of ways, including writing fiction, composing material for religious education, and writing plays for use in church and community theater. He has published three  novels (Searching for Eden, The Shard Fence, and The Fellowship of the Fish) through Club Lighthouse Publishing in e-book format. His short stories have appeared in Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, and Talking River. Keith finds that being part of helping characters come alive is one of his greatest life pleasures. He lives in North Bend, Washington, with his wife Cathy.

Paula Roscoe

Paula J. Roscoe
AUTHOR

P.J. Roscoe was born in 1971.  Starting out as an author of several historical articles published in 'Country Quest' a Wales & Border magazine, she moved onto writing short faerie stories for her daughter whilst penning Echoes following the death of her son at birth. She worked for Cruse Bereavement care as a trainer and volunteer whilst qualifying as a person-centered counsellor. She is a holistic therapist, a Chakradance facilitator and a drumming facilitator along with being a medium and mother to a child with Autism and Dyspraxia and it is these experiences that have helped to shape her stories. In July 2014 Christine F Anderson Publishing took on 'Echoes' and gave it a new cover and re-launched it on the 21st November 2014 and it is available on Amazon, Kindle and Christine F Anderson publishing website. 'Echoes' won the e-book category in the Paris Book festival 2013 'Echoes' received an Honorable Mention in the New England Book Festival - December 2012 and the London book festival 2014. 'Freya's Child', was launched in April 2013 on the Wirral, England - Viking central in terms of finds. It can also be found on Amazon, Kindle and Linghams in Heswall, England. It was accepted by Crimson Cloak Publishing April 2015. Given four stars by Readers Favourite 2014. Adventures of Faerie folk - her first magical collection of faerie stories that was written many years ago for her daughter is out and has already won an Honorable Mention at the Amsterdam book awards April 2015. She is currently working on the second collection along with her third novel 'In-between Worlds' which she hopes to have finished by the winter of 2015.

 

Pedro Simoes

Pedro Abreu Simões
AUTOR

Pedro Abreu Simões nasceu (já emigrante) a 16 de novembro de 1972, no Luxemburgo. Pouco depois de ter completado o primeiro ano de idade, veio para Portugal.  Passou a infância e a adolescência na aldeia paterna (que passou a ser sua), no concelho de Mortágua. Frequentou o Curso de Línguas e Literaturas Modernas na Faculdade de Letras da Universidade Clássica de Lisboa.
Por razões laborais, mudou-se em 2004 para o Algarve, estando há vários anos a residir em Portimão. Depois de ter navegado em tantas águas, planeia o regresso às fontes da terra que já era sua, mesmo antes de nascer. Obra publicada:
MAR REVERSO (Ecos da Terra, do Mar e da Vida), Lisboa: CALÇADA DAS LETRAS, 2015. ISBN 978-989835262-0

 

Kathryn Oleski

 

Kathryn Esplin - Oleski
AUTHOR

Kathryn Esplin is a writer and a journalist. She graduated from McGill University with a degree in English Literature and from Northwestern University with a master's degree in Journalism. She's been a writer and copy editor for newspapers and publishing houses on various topics. A short story, "The Quill Speaks," was published in "Pieceworks," by the Bentley University Literary Society.

John Niccholl

John Nicholl
AUTHOR

John Nicholl wrote a multi-agency child protection good practice manual and various articles for newspapers and a national social work magazine during his career, but ‘White Is The Coldest Color’ is his first novel.  He has worked as a police officer, and as a social worker and operational manager for the child guidance service, two social services departments, and the NSPCC. He has also lectured on child protection matters at several colleges and universities.

   
 
 
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