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Non-Fiction & Fiction: Surferati, Fact and Fiction
Agents: The Business of Writing

Children's: Growing Readers

Fiction: Life Happens

Fiction: Seriously, I'm Kidding

Fiction: Modern Fiction

Fiction: Historical Fiction

Fiction: The Human Experience

Food: Putting Tastes Into Words

Memoir: Live, Explore, Be

Mystery: You Can Run, But You Can't Hide

Non-Fiction: Hollywood, War and Violence

Non-Fiction & Fiction: Surferati, Fact and Fiction

Random House: What Do I Read Next

Romance: Take your Breath Away

Young Adult: Oh, the Drama!

Paul Holmes
Paul Holmes
 
Paul Holmes grew up on the Atlantic seacoast of England and became fascinated with surfing at 13 years old. Some 10 years later, he moved to Australia where he became editor of Tracks surfing magazine. In 1981 he came to California to become editor of Surfer Magazine. During the next eight-plus years, he oversaw 100 issues of the monthly magazine, co-produced the groundbreaking Surfer television series for ESPN, and launched the radical and futuristic spin-off magazine Beach Culture.
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Kevin Naughton
Kevin Naughton
 
Kevin Naughton has extensive experience as a travel writer for various surf publications, including Surfer, The Surfer’s Journal, The Surfer’s Path, as well as Travelers’ Tales books. In the surfing media, he is referred to as a legendary surf adventurer. In 2002 Naughton was the subject of a travel documentary, The Far Shore (www.thefarshore.com). In 2008 he was one of the main featured surfers in an award winning Irish surfing documentary, Waveriders.
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Kem Nunn
Kem Nunn
 
Kem Nunn is the author of six novels, including the National Book Award nominee Tapping the Source (1984) and Tijuana Straits (2004), which won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Best Mystery / Thriller. He also wrote The Dogs of Winter (1997), Pomona Queen (1992), Unassigned Territory (1987), and Chance (2104). In addition to novels, he writes screenplays for television and film.
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David Rensin
David Rensin
 
David Rensin has written and co-written sixteen books, including five New York Times bestsellers. He lives in Ventura, California and intends to stay there.
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Scott Hulet
Scott Hulet