My days are deliciously filled with writing, editing, considering manuscript submissions, cultivating new talent, advising aspiring authors, reviewing newly published fiction, doing readings, and leading book groups.
Like my role models Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, I relish all facets of the book business, especially working closely with writers, illustrators, graphic designers and printers — and readers! Good, beautiful books happen because imaginative, dedicated artists and craftspeople collaborate and share their work with appreciative readers.
My thanks go out to our imaginative, dedicated artists and craftspeople:
Annette is a certified early-childhood educator with the Montgomery County Public Schools and artist and arts educator living and working in Bethesda, Maryland. She earned her BS in art education at University of Maryland. Her mosaics and drawings are on permanent exhibition at the Clinical Center of the National Institutes of Health.
Cecile is a native of Geneva, Switzerland, and lives currently in Linz, Austria, where at Ars Electronica she creates interactive installations and their software implementation. She has earned degrees in visual arts from the Saint-Luc Institute (Brussels) and in computer science from the Swiss Federal Institute in Lausanne. As an engineer at OZWE she worked on development of the Qb1 robot.
Katie is an award-winning documentary film producer specializing in wildlife and the environment. She has made films about dolphins, orangutans, sea turtles, elephans, otters, sharks, and endangered species around the world for Discovery Disney Channel, Animal Planet, and PBS. Her documentary short, “The Lost Dolphins of Katrina, was broadcast on the Discovery Kids Channel.
Mary worked for thirty years as a journalist writing about science and medicine for magazines and newspapers, include TIME and The Washington Post. She leads creative writing workshops and has written Rescued by a Cow and a Squeeze, a children’s biography of Temple Grandin, whose knowledge of animal behavior has led to more humane treatment of livestock. Mary lives and works in Washington, D.C.
Anna Nazaretz Radjou
Anna Nazaretz Radjou graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and is Creative Director at J.A. Creative, a Northern Virginia design firm. Anna lives with her husband and two sons in Arlington, VA.
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Alisa is a DC native and graduate of National Cathedral School and Columbia University. She has “toed the line” as a saucière, garde manger, sous chef, banquet chef, and pastry chef at eateries large and small. Dedicated to helping people eat their way to good health with appealing natural foods, she has a client list that includes NFL players, wrestlers, marathoners, triathletes, underwear models, and people with chronic health challenges.
Elizabeth is a student at Vassar College, where she serves on the executive board of the Asian Student Alliance. A high honors graduate of Holton-Arms School, she was co-founder of the Holton-Arms Literary Society and co-editor-in-chief of Scroll, the literary magazine. Her poetry and prose have been published in The Louisville Review, Forever Young Adult, and Skipping Stones Magazine.
Sue Ruff & Don E. Wilson
Sue is a Washington, D.C., writer and editor who has volunteered for many years at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. With Don E. Wilson she co-edited The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Don is a Senior Scientist, Curator of Mammals, and Chair of the Department of Vertebrate Zoology at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
Rhoda taught at National Cathedral School and the Arlington VA Public Schools for over three decades before founding Tenley Circle Press. She earned her BA (English) at Wellesley College and MAT at Harvard Graduate School of Education. In addition to her publishing, writing, editing, and consulting, she is a child protection mediator in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, a board member of the Friends of the Tenleytown-Friendship Public Library (DCPL), an avid gardener, piano player, and grandmother of five. She divides her time between Washington, D.C., and Garrett County, Maryland.