Pamela S. Nadell, author of America’s Jewish Women, is the Patrick Clendenen Chair in Women’s and Gender History and director of Jewish studies at American University. Her books include Women Who Would Be Rabbis, a National Jewish Book Award finalist.
BettyJoyce Nash, co-editor of Lock & Load: Armed Fiction, won the 2015 F. Scott Fitzgerald and C-Ville Weekly fiction prizes. She earned an MFA from Queens, and an MSJ from Northwestern. She’s published journalism in newspapers and magazines, and fiction in NDQ and Broad River Review.
Louis P. Nelson, coeditor with Claudrena Harold of Charlottesville 2017: The Legacy of Race and Inequity, is Professor of Architectural History at the University of Virginia and the author of Architecture and Empire in Jamaica.
Adam Nemett, author of We Can Save Us All, his debut novel, graduated from Princeton University and received his MFA in fiction from California College of the Arts. He serves as creative director and author for The History Factory.
Diana Khoi Nguyen, author of Ghost Of, was selected by Terrance Hayes for the Omnidawn Open Contest. In addition to winning the 92Y “Discovery” / Boston Review Poetry Contest and being shortlisted for the National Book Award, she is a PhD candidate in creative writing at the University of Denver.
Brian Noyes, author of Red Truck Bakery Cookbook, is the former art director of The Washington Post, Preservation, and Smithsonian magazines. After thirty years in publishing, he started a rural bakery in the Virginia Piedmont.