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Ed Harries Ed was a head chorister of Kings (aged 8-13) and performed
all over the world (Sydney Opera House, Hong Kong Cultural centre,
New York Cathedral, and various top London venues). He was the Once
in Royal soloist on the BBC Nine Lessons and sang in James Horners,
Titanic soundtrack. Ed also plays piano and flute. Currently he is
managing Cavalier band that he formed with his brothers.
e@tymanmanagement.co.uk
Cavalier Boys
Sasha A. Rae For Sasha A. Rae, it’s all about the journey, the people she
meets, the places she sees. A former broadcast journalist in the U.S.,
this adventurer, writer and media activist has published media critiques,
travel stories, personal essays and news articles in local and international
newspapers and magazines. Based in the San Francisco area, she’s
currently mastering the basics of rock climbing, writing articles about her
latest travels and planning her next adventure.
raeinternational@yahoo.com
Kamikaze Cab Drivers and Others of Their Ilk
Gary Anu Davison Anu is a London based Healer & Trainee Counselor. He
also works undercover as a ‘white van driver’ as well as being an intrepid
explorer! His interests include meditation, dance, various movement
based practices, various forms of Psychotherapy & Healing, walking in
nature, travelling, experimenting with life and laughing a lot!
walkingwithasmile@yahoo.co.uk
Journey for Love – London to Santiago De Compostella
Olivia Barham Olivia Barham, born and raised in England, is a Los Angeles-
based freelance writer. Having worked as Director of Development at a
number of Hollywood studios, Olivia is currently writing and producing a
documentary series, “The Science of Peace” (www.scienceofpeace.com).
In addition to writing children’s stories for education publishers,
she is also developing an animated children’s show and working on
her own one-woman play.
Livvi@aol.com
A Jar of Snails
Carl David Carl David is the third generation of a four-generation
Philadelphia based family art business founded by his Grandfather, David
David, circa 1910. He authored “Collecting & Care of Fine Art” (Crown
1981) and now “Bader Field” (Nightingale Press, 2008). His latest book is
homage to his father, Samuel David, a legendary art dealer who passed
away unexpectedly at age 58, leaving the reins of the family business in
Carl’s hands. “Bader Field” draws you into the lives of the Davids, whose
family dynamics interweave with a love of flying single and twin engine
aircrafts, as tragedy is survived in their journey of love, forgiveness and
acceptance.
daviddavidgal@mindspring.com
The Lure of Flying
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