Heather S. Kish lives in Old Town Alexandria, VA. A mom to two beautiful humans, she enjoys wearing lipstick every day, a cup of freshly sharpened pencils, green juice in the morning, and writing about the quirks and joys of life. She is a firm believer in romanticizing one’s life and expressing gratitude every day.
Nina Lorez Collins is the Chief Creative Officer for Revel, as well as the founder of The Woolfer, which Revel acquired in 2021. Her book, What Would Virginia Woolf Do? And Other Questions I Ask Myself As I Attempt to Age Without Apology, was published in April 2018. She’s a graduate of Barnard College, has a Masters degree from Columbia in the field of Narrative Medicine, and a long professional background in book publishing, both as a literary scout and then as an agent. Nina is the board chair of the Brooklyn Public Library as well as a trustee of the publishing house Spiegel & Grau. In addition to her work at Revel, she manages the literary estate of her late mother, the filmmaker and writer Kathleen Collins. She has four grown children and lives in Brooklyn.
Ronni Gordon is a freelance writer in Western Massachusetts. She was a longtime arts and features writer for a regional daily newspaper. She specializes in health and fitness and also writes about dogs and for college and university publications. Credits include The New York Times, PBS’s Next Avenue, Forbes, espnW.com, Chicago Health and Family Dog magazines, Smith, Vassar, and Mount Holyoke Colleges, and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She loves playing tennis and has three children, two grandchildren, and one Labrador Retriever.