Denny Taylor Author of the NEW RELEASE Split Second Solution

Denny Taylor speaks to diverse national and international audiences on a broad range of issues, especially the interconnections between the rapid acceleration in climate change and the dismantling of US public schools, which are not widely recognized.

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Garn Press Author Reading Series: Steve Nelson

Steve Nelson is the author of First Do No Harm: Progressive Education in a Time of Existential Risk, which Garn Press will publish Fall 2016. Watch Steve Nelson read from his forthcoming book.

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ALL GARN PRESS AUTHORS

Garn Press authors are all original thinkers, writers of conscience, who create remarkable books that inspire people to act. Garn welcomes the new authors whose books will be published in the coming months and appreciates their willingness to ask the big questions and engage in the rapidly expanding conversations that are the signature of Garn Press. Catching up on Garn Press author and book news updates? Visit Garn Press News.

Denny Taylor

Denny Taylor

Founder & CEO of Garn Press. Lifelong activist, scholar and author.

Steve Nelson

Steve Nelson has been Head of School at the Calhoun School, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, since 1998.

Carolyn Walker

Carolyn Walker is a memoirist, essayist, poet, and creative writing instructor.

Ruth Finnegan

David Kolb

Pulitzer Prize nominee David Joseph Kolb is a journalist and author. His latest book, Devil Knows: A Tale of Murder and Madness in America’s First Century is his first published work of fiction.

Russ Walsh

Russ Walsh

Russ Walsh has had a forty-five year career in public education as a teacher, literacy specialist, curriculum supervisor and college instructor.

Rick Meyer

Rick Meyer has been a writer for as long as he can remember. He loves to play with language in ways that inspire readers to consider ideas that he thinks are neglected.

Ken Goodman

Ken Goodman

Professor Emeritus, University of Arizona, global intellectual and one of the most cited researchers in reading research.

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Geoff Ward

Geoff Ward has taught and published on English and American literature in Europe, the USA and Japan. Author of You’re Not Dead. The first novel from the series, The Midnight Books.

Nancy Rankie Shelton

Nancy Rankie Shelton

Nancy earned her PhD from the University of Florida. She has 23 publications (single as well as co-authored) that appear in premier academic journals or with leading publishing companies that specialize in literacy research and/or education policy.

Martin Lee

Martin Lee

Martin Lee grew up in New York City. His degrees are in American History and Education. Co-author of Bloody Lane.

Anthony Cody

Anthony Cody

Social activist, educator, author of Living in Dialogue, author of The Educator And The Oligarch.

Ruth Finnegan

Ruth Finnegan

Renowned scholar, celebrated writer, Emeritus Professor, the Open University, Fellow of the British Academy, Honorary Fellow of Somerville College Oxford.

Curt Dudley Marling

Curt Dudley-Marling has published over 100 articles and book chapters and 14 books, much of this work focusing on language and literacy, Disability Studies, and classroom talk.

Bobbie Kabuto

Associate Professor of Literacy Education, Elementary and Early Childhood Education. Dr. Kabuto teaches and advises in the B-6 Literacy Program that leads to New York State certification as a B-6 Reading Teacher.

Anne Haas Dyson

Anne Haas Dyson, Ph.D., is Faculty Excellence Professor in the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.

Matthew Fleury

Matthew Fleury

Matthew Fleury grew up in northern New York State. He attended Binghamton University. Co-author of Bloody Lane.

Ken Goodman

Esther Sokolov Fine

Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at York University, in Toronto, Canada.

James Paul Gee

James Paul Gee

Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor at Arizona State University.

Anthony Cody

P.L. Thomas

P.L. Thomas, a recipient of the NCTE’s George Orwell Award, engages the public in the most profound and controversial topics of our day.

Monica Taylor

Author Page coming soon.

Kathy Olmstead

Kathy Olmstead

Author Page coming soon.

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