Garnette Cadogan, contributor to The Fire This Time, is currently a Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Scholar at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT, a Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at UVA, and a Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Public Knowledge at NYU.
Elliot Carlson, author of Stanley Johnston’s Blunder: The Reporter Who Spilled the Secret behind the U.S. Navy’s Victory at Midway, is a longtime journalist who has worked for such newspapers as the Honolulu Advertiser, the Wall Street Journal, and the AARP Bulletin.
Tucker Carrington, co-author of The Cadaver King and the Country Dentist, is the director of the George C. Cochran Innocence Project at the University of Mississippi School of Law. He has worked as a criminal defense lawyer for his entire legal career.
Maud Casey, author of The Art of Mystery, is also the author of three novels, most recently The Man Who Walked Away. She has received the Calvino Prize and a Guggenheim Fellowship. She teaches at the University of Maryland, and lives in Washington, D.C.
Sheryll Cashin, author of Loving: Interracial Intimacy in American and the Threat to White Supremacy, writes about race relations in America. Cashin, a law professor and rights advocate, clerked for Thurgood Marshall.
Elizabeth Catte, author of What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia, is a public historian from East Tennessee and co-owner of Passel Historical Consultants. She holds a PhD in public history from Middle Tennessee State University and currently lives in Staunton, Va.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Eliot Coleman has had to cancel his participation.
Eliot Coleman, co-author of Letters to a Young Farmer, is a farmer and author of many books, including The New Organic Grower, Four-Season Harvest, and The Winter Harvest Handbook. His market garden in Harborside, Maine, sells fresh vegetables grown in unheated greenhouses all winter.
Anne Coughlin is the Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law. Her research and teaching focus on feminist legal theory, criminal law and procedure, and law and the humanities. In her scholarship, Coughlin approaches substantive questions from a critical and literary perspective.
Tony Covington, author of I Am Underdog: A Journey of Adversity and Blessings, is a graduate of UVA and is a former five-year player in the NFL. He is a motivational speaker, a mentor, a proud father, and the color radio analyst for UVA football.