Pati Navalta Poblete

Pati Navalta Poblete is a longtime Bay Area journalist, serving as the Community Editor for the Vallejo Times-Herald, News Editor at the Alameda News Group, and Editorial Writer and Columnist for The San Francisco Chronicle, where she was nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize for her editorial series on the need for foster care reform in California. ...

A. H. Nazzareno

The author of a candid and witty debut memoir, A.H. is a tumor survivor who mustered up the courage to finally write a book. The first draft of "The Villains Who Snapped My Spine" was furiously penned in a matter of weeks, thanks to the encouragement from a few supportive fans.

Karen Neary Smithson

Karen Neary Smithson has been a child advocate, human rights commissioner, and an art educator. As an author of traditional and cozy mysteries she finds writing magical. In addition to writing, she is an award winning artist whose paintings are displayed in local galleries. Karen has been known to pop up as an extra in Baltimore based movies and ...

Amber Neben

Amber began her athletic career at a very young age. She was skiing at 15 months and playing soccer at age 4. Her first major challenge came when she survived a case of spinal meningitis at age four. “After being in a coma for three days, the doctors told my parents I was not going to live. Then they said if I did, I’d be brain damaged and deaf. Thankfully, ...

Jon M. Nelson

Jon M. Nelson was born and raised in Minnesota for the majority of his life until he joined the Army at 20 years old. Since then he has called many places home and has traveled the world on several occasions. In his spare time, when he's not busy as a soldier, he shares his deepest and personal thoughts in the form of poetry. He has written many ...

Tyrel Nelson

Tyrel Nelson wears many hats - award-winning writer, bilingual teacher, non-profit organizer, and service-trip leader - to name a few. Tyrel has lived in Venezuela, Spain, Nicaragua, and Ecuador and is passionate about leading volunteer trips all over Latin America. In his latest memoir, Travels, and Tribulations, he shares details from his unique ...

James Nemec

James Nemec is the author of the book Touch the Ocean: The Power of our Collective Emotions. When Mr.Nemec is not writing, he is a craniosacral therapist. In his book,he delves into the history of craniosacral, connections with dolphins, and with the environment. Nemec combines science and intuition to help heal individuals that were considered beyond ...

Maud Nerman, DO, CSPOMM. CA

After obtaining her Bachelors' degree from Stanford University, Maud Nerman attended medical school at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury. Along with her medical degree, she received the Riland Award in 1981 for excellence in osteopathic manual medicine. She completed her internship at Doctors Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, ...

Thomas Nichols

Raised in Tucson, a former Marine, and a graduate of the University of Arizona, Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, Public Administration, Chief Nichols' career spanned fifty years of the criminal justice system. Tom graduated from the FBI National Academy, the FBI Executive Development Program, and the Senior Management Institute for Police ...

Gojan Nikolich

Gojan Nikolich is a former Chicago newspaper reporter, editor and public relations agency executive. He graduated with B.A. and M.A. degrees in English Literature from DePaul University, served as a decorated U.S. Army sergeant with both the 2nd and 4th Infantry divisions and has worked as a journalist in Korea and Japan. He lives with his family ...

Sakura Nobeyama

Sakura Nobeyama is a student in the mountains of Japan. She studies English literature and history and enjoys horseback riding, mountain climbing, reading, and classical music. 

Gary Noland

Gary Lloyd Noland (AKA Dolly Gray Landon & Lon Gaylord Dylan) grew up in a crowded house shared by ten people on a plot of land three blocks south of UC Berkeley known as People's Park, which has distinguished itself as a site of civic unrest since the late 1960s. As an adolescent, Gary lived for a time in Salzburg and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, ...


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