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Steve Wasserman: Editor, Los Angeles Times Review of Books Mark Crispin Miller: Professor of Media Studies, New York University. Formerly a professor with The Writing Seminars program of Johns Hopkins University Michael Naumann: President, Henry Holt Co. Publishers, part of the von Holtzbrinck Group based in Germany Diane Leslie: Author; first book - with the working title is Fleur de Leigh - Life of Crime was just bought by Simon and Shuster. Also works at Dutton's Brentwood selling books, organizing author readings and hosting book groups Andy Ross: Owner, Cody's Books, two independent stores in Berkeley. One of the 26 plaintiffs suing Borders and Barnes and Noble bookstores for engaging in unfair pricing practices Anita Cano: Owner of Cultura Latina Bookstore, a Long Beach bookshop specializing in Latino literature (in English and bi-lingual editions) David Fleming: Co-founder and Chair, Economic Alliance of San Fernando Valley. Attorney with Latham and Watkins PETER ABAJIAN: Western Regional Director, Armenian Assembly of America, a non-profit advocacy group that promotes awareness of Armenian issues



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