Rebecca Barrow

Rebecca Barrow writes stories about girls and all the wonders they can be. A lipstick obsessive with the ability to quote the entirety of Mean Girls, she lives in England, where it rains a considerable amount more than in the fictional worlds of her characters. She collects tattoos, cats, and more books than she could ever possibly read. You can find her on Twitter @RebeccaKBarrow.


YOU DON'T KNOW ME BUT I KNOW YOU will be published by HarperTeen on August 29, 2017. In this contemporary young adult novel, a girl receives an unexpected letter from her birth mother as she and her boyfriend struggle to decide what to do about an accidental pregnancy. Meanwhile, she faces a growing distance with her best friend, who's keeping secrets of her own.

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Kavitha A. Davidson



Kavitha A. Davidson is a sportswriter with espnW and ESPN the Magazine covering the intersection of sports with gender, race, class, business, politics, and culture. She has recently appeared on television and radio shows including Outside the Lines, NPR’s The Barbershop, the Melissa Harris-Perry Show, and CBS This Morning. 

Jessica Luther is a freelance journalist whose work has been published at outlets including ESPN the Magazine, the Texas Observer, Sports Illustrated, Texas Monthly, Vice Sports, and Bleacher Report. Recent appearances include Outside the Lines, The Garbage Time podcast with Katie Nolan, CBS Sports Radio, and Bleacher Report radio. She is the author of UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT: COLLEGE FOOTBALL AND THE POLITICS OF RAPE (Akashic, 2016).

HOW TO LOVE SPORTS WHEN THEY DON'T LOVE YOU BACK is a nonfiction guide for conflicted fans who want to keep watching the sports they love but who acknowledge the problems with the industry, to be published by University of Texas Press in 2018. It addresses topics such as How to Watch Football When We Know About CTE, How to Cheer For Your Hockey Team When There's An Accused Rapist On It, and How to Watch March Madness When You Know The Athletes Aren't Getting Paid.

Kristin Rockaway

Kristin Rockaway is a native New Yorker with an insatiable case of wanderlust. After working in the IT industry for far too many years, she finally traded the city for the surf and chased her dreams out to Southern California, where she now spends her days happily writing stories instead of software. When she’s not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, browsing the aisles of her neighborhood bookstores, and planning her next big vacation.

THE WILD WOMAN'S GUIDE TO TRAVELING THE WORLD, commercial women's fiction, will be published by Center Street Books on June 6, 2017. In this smart, sexy read--perfect for your beach bag--a twenty-something New Yorker with a severe case of wanderlust questions her prestigious career and perfectly ordered life after meeting a free-spirited American artist in Hong Kong. , or Indie-Bound.

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