Kati Gálusz combined her love of amigurumi and her need for creativity with her three main interests: animals, great books, and movies.
Rebekka GuðleifsdÓttir has been named the Web's Top Photographer by The Wall Street Journal, and her work has won her admirers around the world, appearing in The Guardian, The New York Times, Der Spiegel, and Playboy. As well as being a photographer and artist, she designs and knits custom sweaters, and dabbles in animation and video. She lives in Iceland with her boyfriend, border collie, and two teenage sons.
Kate Gunn and Robyn Macdonald studied Fashion and Textiles at the University of Brighton in the UK, specializing in knitwear. Kate and Robyn have designed knitted clothes and accessories for a variety of international companies, and launched Orka, a collection of organic and fairtrade knitwear for women and children, in 2006.
Aloïs Guinut studied fashion at the prestigious Institut Français de la Mode (French Institute of Fashion), founded by former business partner of Yves St. Laurent, Pierre Bergé. She has previously worked as a fashion trend forecaster and now runs her own personal shopping and style coaching service, giving advice to women from outside of France on Parisian style and designers. Aloïs has been featured in Le Figaro and the Observer.www.dresslikeaparisian.com
Vivienne Gucwa is a New Yorker, born and bred. She began shooting the city in 2009 with no formal training and a simple point-and-shoot camera. In 2010 she started sharing these pictures on her blog New York Through the Lens and is now followed by millions.
Will Grove-White is a musician, composer, writer and producer, and one of the internationally-renowned Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain. As well as performing with the Ukulele Orchestra, he writes and performs his own music as Will Grove-White & The Others, and composes tunes for film and TV.
From a background in teaching, Abigail Steel has become a respected expert in the field of Synthetic Phonics and a regular contributor to educational publications. Her successful education consultancy supports parents and teachers in the promotion of literacy skills. She is a passionate advocate of Synthetic Phonics:"Synthetic Phonics is an incredibly powerful tool, enabling huge leaps in early years' literacy. Built upon these principles, I Love Reading Phonics helps children read and spell more confidently and more efficiently. The results are amazing!" - Abigail Steel.
Diana Grenfell is a writer and international lecturer on hostas, daylilies, and other horticultural topics. She was a co-founder of the British Hosta and Hemerocallis Society and lives in London.
Peter Grego is Director of the Lunar Section of Britain's Society for Popular Astronomy (SPA) and the Topographical Coordinator of the British Astronomical Association (BAA) Lunar Section. He writes and illustrates the monthly MoonWatch page in Astronomy Now magazine and is the expert on observing for Sky at Night magazine's Astro Answers.
Wendy Ann Greenhalgh
Wendy Ann Greenhalgh has been a practising artist and writer for 20 years, working professionally as an artist, illustrator, photographer and filmmaker, and winning awards for her short stories and poetry. She has been practising mindfulness since her teens, and in 2010 she set up Art of Mindfulness, a workshop for teaching it through creativity, with popular courses in Brighton and London.
Fern Green is a chef, freelance food stylist and writer, specialising in editorial and advertising. She studied Nutrition at the University of Greenwich in London and writes for various UK food publications, including Sainsbury's Magazine.
While working for House & Garden, Catriona Gray stumbled across the magazine's extensive archives. The leather-bound volumes gave no indication of the riot of design inspiration hidden inside. When not leafing though old volumes of magazines, Catriona can be found at Town & Country and Harper's Bazaar, and is reviews editor for the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain.
Catherine Gray is an award-winning writer and editor. She has worked on staff for magazines such as Cosmopolitan, GLAMOUR and the Sun's Fabulous supplement. She has written as a freelancer for publications like Stylist, Marie Claire, YOU, Women's Health, Grazia, the Guardian, Shortlist, BBC Earth, Emerald Street, Heat and the Daily Mail.When she's not writing, Catherine can generally be found trying to do crow pose in yoga and failing, watching low-brow TV meant for American teens, chatting up cute dogs in the park, or spending money on holidays when she should be saving it.Find out more about Catherine Gray on Twitter and Instagram @unexpectedjoyof.
Paul Gravett is a London-based freelance journalist, curator, lecturer, writer and broadcaster, who has worked in comics publishing and promotion since 1981.
Amanda Grant is a broadcaster, mother of three, and highly regarded food writer. She writes for a variety of national newspapers and magazines on how to teach children about food, and frequently speaks on radio. She is the food editor for Woman's Journal and Prima Baby, and is a regular columnist for Organic Life magazine. She has written several books, including Healthy Baby & Toddler Foods, Healthy Eating for Pregnancy, The Powerfood Cookbook, The New Vegan Cookbook, and Lunchbox. Her television appearances include her own series 'Power Food' for Carlton Food Network, BBC2's Food & Drink, and as GMTV's Back to School Expert.
Paula Grainger is a well-known Medical Herbalist and member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists with respected practices in Santa Cruz, California, and her native England. She works with clients using herbs and nutrition to maximise wellness, as well as teaching natural and herbal lifestyle classes. She is joint author of Infuse (Hamlyn, 2016). She can be found on Instagram @paulagrainger and she blogs on all things herbal at www.paulagrainger.com
Nicola Graimes has been editing and writing books on the subject of healthy nutrition for children for the past 19 years. Nicola is particularly interested in healthy eating, organic food and children's diets, and her unpretentious, contemporary style of cooking is very much in touch with the requirements of modern parents.Nicola Graimes has had many books published in the UK including The Baby Cookbook, The Toddler Cookbook, Foods that Heal Cookbook, and The Vegan Cookbook. Nicola was editor of the UK's Vegetarian Living Magazine and The Vegetarian, the monthly magazine published on behalf of The Vegetarian Society. She has also written for The Sunday Express and is a member of The Guild of Food Writers. Nicola Graimes is a young, contemporary cook and is in touch with the requirements of modern parents. She knows what works and what doesn't, and is fully up-to-date with the latest nutritional information and ingredients.
Amy Goyer has been involved in intergenerational issues and programs at the local, state, national and international level for 25 years. She has written and lectured extensively about the issues of family, aging and building intergenerational relationships, and worked with the American Association of Retired Persons for 15 years in a number of roles. A recognised media authority, Amy currently serves as Senior Vice President of Outreach for Grandparents.com, the premier online destination for grandparents, where she is responsible for developing programmes to enhance the relationships among grandparents, grandchildren and parents.
Olympe de Gouges
Olympe de Gouges (1748-93) was a French playwright, activist and feminist whose powerful polemics against racial and sexual injustice won her a wide audience in the years before and during the French Revolution. Her most vital, The Declaration of the Rights of Women and of the Female Citizen (1791) was written in response to the revolutionary Declaration of the Rights of Man (1789), highlighting its inherent sex bias and addressing key issues of women's rights that it had failed to cover. De Gouges' refusal to conform to revolutionary orthodoxy, and her continuing protests against its injustices, cost her dearly: she was beheaded in Paris in November 1793, at the age of 45. Notorious in her lifetime, and well-known in France, she is one of the most important figures in the history of feminism.
Joanna Goss embraces playfulness and joy in her delightful and original watercolors. Her unmistakable style and contemporary pattern-based paintings have earned her recognition from across the web. The bright, vibrant designs she creates continually lend themselves to unique applications.From custom stationery to textiles, Goss' nostalgic and of-the-moment sensibilities have landed her retail lines with top national brands. In addition to her popular patterns, she is known for painting colorfully whimsical portraits of people and animals.Goss has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Northern Illinois University. She lives with her boyfriend and their two cats in Aurora, Illinois.