Author of How to Survive a Robot Uprising, roboticist Dr. Daniel Wilson offers an entertaining look at ‘killer robots’, while offering insights into robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and cyber security.
National Book Award winner for Middle Passage, Charles Johnson has also written the novels Oxherding Tale, Dreamer, and Faith and the Good Thing.
Best known for the best-selling Snow Falling on Cedars, Guterson’s fiction draws on the rich local culture of the Pacific Northwest to create unforgettable characters and settings
Award winning American poet, essayist, short story writer, and novelist. Winner of the P.E.N. Discovery Prize and a Whiting Writer’s Award.
New York Times bestselling author with a new ABC series, entitled Resurrection, based on his writing.
Award winning poet, novelist, and essayist. Recipient of many awards including the Pushcart Prize and the Peabody Award. Long-time NPR contributor
Best known as a journalist and historian, Rhodes has also written several novels, including The Last Safari and The Ungodly: A Novel of the Donner Party.
Author of The Accidental Native and critical commentator of culture, arts and politics from a Latino perspective.
Poet, writer, translator, and teacher. Author of six books and recipient of eleven Pushcart Prize nominations.
Jesús Papoleto Meléndez (“Papo”) is a New York-born Puerto Rican award-winning poet most associated with the Nuyorican movement.
Abiodun Oyewole is a poet, teacher and founding member of the spoken-word group The Last Poets.
Internationally bestselling author and activist. Her novels of family in historical South America blend with her decades’ work with women’s rights organizations.
Powerful African-American storyteller, educator, and social activist delivering important autobiographical, historical, and fictional stories about issues surrounding race and class.