Donna Every is the author of eleven books. She was featured on the cover of the US magazine, Personal Excellence for her article Beating the Economy based on her first book What Do You Have in Your House?
Delvin Howell was born in Bridgetown, Barbados, in 1987. He attended Queen's College and the University of the West Indies, where the idea for Offset brewed in his mind. Shortly after, he completed the manuscript for Mask of Bimshire and won the John Wickham Award for the Frank Collymore Literary Endowment in 2010.
Karen Lord is the award-winning author of Redemption in Indigo, The Best of All Possible Worlds, The Galaxy Game, and Unraveling, and the editor of the anthology New Worlds, Old Ways: Speculative Tales from the Caribbean.
Deep within, Sereta always had the desire to gravitate towards the humanities due to her interest in people in general and the various situations that can and do occur. She is of the view that these situations can be demonstrated and accomplished through writing, thus, the birth of her novel "Growing Up In Barbados."
Ashlee Cox is a prolific blogger and Online Mindset Coach, who uses her life experiences and her skills honed from being a former news and feature writer, a former PR Consultant and Managing Magazine Editor to help her clients not only resolve their mental blocks, but also guides them to being confident, proactive goal achievers.
Rachelle J. Gray is an Afro-Barbadian American writer, communications specialist, and creative consultant. The former editor-in-chief of BimROCK Magazine, she graduated with Bachelors in Broadcast Production and Business Studies from SUNY - Buffalo State. A mother of one, working between the USA, Barbados, and Senegal, Kingstown Burning is her first novel.