Staff of Inscriptions

Jade Walker, Editor

Kim Wilson, Columnist

Bev Walton-Porter, Columnist

Robert Ferrier, Columnist


Book Reviewers


Cynthia Arbuthnot is a stay-at-home mom and a freelance writer who resides in Central Florida. Her work has appeared in The Reviewer, The Painted Rock, Running River Reviewer, and Wordweaving among others.


Tracy E. Blair is a novelist, poet, singer-songwriter and journalist, as well as an editor and Co-Owner of ABC Editing Services.



Elizabeth K. Burton is a professional writer, editor and grandma from Austin, Texas. In addition to her reviews for Inscriptions, she publishes a monthly book review Webzine, The Blue Iris Journal. Her first novel, Dreams of Darkness, will be published in September 2000 by Pulsar Books.


Tina Casalino is a graduate of San Jose State University with a bachelor's degree in English and journalism. She worked as a reporter for the Milpitas Post and The Fremont Bulleting for a year before jumping into public relations, where she is currently an assistant account executive for Edelman Public Relations.


M Marion E. Cason, an avid reader, has a passion for books and writing. She writes book reviews for several other Websites and writes nonfiction articles. She also enjoys classical music, crafts -- crewel and crocheting -- and genealogy.


Award-winning writer Wendy Christensen lives in the New Hampshire woods with her physicist husband, over 10,000 books and four cosseted cats. She writes extensively on feline and other topics for print and cyberspace. She's also a widely-published freelance illustrator.


Heather Froeschl is an author with Havoc Publishing, editor of a writer's e-zine, freelance writer of magazine articles, greeting cards, and Web content. In the works are three children's titles, a great American novel, two healthy children and a happy husband.



Beth Gibson writes policies and procedures for the federal government during the day time. At night, she puts her bachelor's degree in English and history to work. She writes about the Wild Wild West for She is also a regular reviewer of books, magazines and music at In February, Beth will publish her first historical nonfiction book. She is working on her second, to be published in 2002.


Michael Huck, Jr. is a writer with a background in sailing and education. He has written two books and over 50 articles for sailing magazines as well as developed a Web-based curriculum called "Ocean Explorers."



Bert Jongen is a freelance writer living in the Netherlands, Europe. He works for newspapers and trade magazines covering finance, politics, media, marketing and healthcare. He is author of a book on working with audiovisual media.


Kathy Kehrli is a contributing editor for Suite101's "Books You May Have Missed," a senior editor for American Book Publishing Group, a Website reviewer for BriefMe and a poetry instructor for Scribe and Quill. Her poetry has been featured in a number of online and print publications.


Megan Kopp is a freelance writer, mother of one and a Libra. Her passions include family, travel, natural history, cultural history, writing and reading.



Jan Kozlowski is a Conn.-based freelance writer whose first love is children's books, but finds herself doing everything from wall magazines to crossword puzzles to teaching Internet For Writers classes in order to make sure the cats are fed. She is also a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators as well as the New England Region Critique Group Coordinator and Webmaster.

Lisa Landis is a freelance writer and photographer in the Midwest, working as a print and online reporter, and scriptwriter. She loves to read, travel and be active. She is currently writing her first suspense novel.


Richard Loeffler is a retired bookseller living in Northwest Canada. He writes regularly for the Canadian Bookseller magazine about techological advances in bookselling and publishing.



Angie Mangino is a freelance reporter for the Staten Island Register in New York. She has been published in the anthology, "Mothers' Miracle." Her other published print credits include: Woman's Day, Fashion Market, Canadian Miner, Standard, Midland Beach Beacon and the South Shore Business Alliance (SSBA) Tornado. In addition to Inscriptions, she has published online at Neighborhood America.


Jennifer Mauck is a graduate of Purdue University. Aside from designing Web pages for a local business, she writes quizzes for Scholastic, Inc. In her free time, she plays
RPGs with friends.



Jennifer McCaig-Cox is a stay-at-home mom who has just recently been bitten by the writing bug. She has loved books since before she was old enough to read them. She remembers "pretending" to read. Currently she writes book reviews for several Websites and enjoys it very much.


Tina L. Miller is a freelance writer and motivational speaker. Her mission is to motivate and inspire others through her writing and speaking. She also writes extensively for businesses, Websites, newspapers and e-zines and is currently writing several nonfiction books.


Presley - Gary, that is - is alive and well and writing in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri.



Beverly A. Rearick -- For as long as I can remember, I have been in love with the written word. Doing book reviews for Inscriptions is a dream come true.



As an avid reader, established reviewer and writer of poetry, nonfiction and fiction, Lynne Remick can always be found with a book in her hand.



Karen Shibuya has lived in New York, Australia and Colorado, and currently hails from Hawaii. Her love of reading has lead her to review books for Inscriptions, Sharpwriter and The Book Lover's Haven. In her spare time, she's a writer.


Karen Sweeny-Justice is a freelance writer presently living in Tennessee. Her first novel, "Shenandoah Surprise," will be available in February, 2001 from Wordbeams.



Sue Viders is the author of 15 nonfiction books, most of them on marketing for artists, numerous magazine articles and a former art marketing columnist for several national art magazines. She is currently the Director of Art Education for Color Q, Inc., editor of a national newsletter for artists, and has an on-going column for writers online. Her latest book is "The Complete Guide to Heroes and Heroines, Sixteen Master Archetypes."


Linda Wellman is a former daily newspaper editor/reporter who now operates a full-time freelance writing business from her home in Kansas. She has been published in national magazines as well as e-zines. She has written over 600 news articles, dozens of short stories and is currently working on her third novel.


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