Edith Reynolds is an award-winning newspaper and magazine writer. She and her husband Dan own an antiquarian bookstore, The John Bale Book Company in Waterbury, CT. For the past 11 years, they have specialized in early Americana and rare bindings. Dan is a member of the ABAA (Antiquarian Booksellers of America Association), ILAB (International League of Antiquarian Booksellers) and OAUA (Online Auction Users Association). Edith recently launched American Booksellers, an e-fulfillment center for online booksellers. Visit their Web sites, http://www.johnbalebooks.com, http://www.sellusyourbooks.com and http://www.americanbooksellers.com.
Craig Stark is a full-time online bookseller and was the former editor of The Bookologist.
Ina Steiner is publisher of Bookologist. Email her at email@example.com.
Mark O'Neill is originally from Scotland and now lives in Germany testing the beer and promoting Scottish-German romantic relations. Mark is self-employed as an English teacher & freelance writer and a few other ventures including trying to understand the end of the second Matrix movie and eBay mentoring with the Disabled Online Users Association. He reads a lot of books, especially history subjects, Dilbert, and lots of novels. His website is at http://www.camelotonline.net and his eBay ID is camelot-de. You can email Mark on his Web site at http://www.camelotonline.net/aboutus.html
Timothy Doyle has been selling books online for more than three years, with a focus on modern fiction, especially mysteries, science fiction and fantasy. His online bookstore is Bayside Books of Pasadena, with inventory at
http://www.abebooks.com/home/BAYSIDEBOOKSMD/ or on eBay as seller id BaysideBooks_MD.