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Mike Reid is a an editorial consultant for the Future of Freedom Foundation. He also teaches anthropology at the University of Winnipeg. His writing on news, anthropology, and history has appeared in the Freeman, Whiskey and Gunpowder, Heartland’s FIRE Policy News, the Mises Daily, and Ontario History. Mike manages, writes, edits, and creates ebooks for Invisible Order. He also blogs at SocialBulldozer.com.
Daniel Coleman is the editor-in-chief of Spinoff, NASA’s flagship publication, which features commercialized aerospace technologies. This job takes him to conferences on both seaboards, but not yet to the unhomesteaded moon. Daniel is also a proofreader for Mises Daily. He provides the final pair of eyes on documents the Order works on, and he is a style-guide maven, constantly advancing our knowledge by untangling sticky diction and punctuation problems.
Charlotte Bowen-Gauthier works as a digital-content strategist for Reason. She uses her understanding of ad sales, search-engine optimization, and social media to grow the audience for Reason’s website and its library of e-reader products. She has also been a copyeditor for Mises Daily, a web analyst for the New York Times, and the manager of analytics and customer insights at Newsweek. Charlotte teaches classes in history and literature at the Brooklyn Brainery and writes at the Friendly Polymath.
Father of Benjamin, husband of Nathalie, BK Marcus works from Charlottesville, Virginia, as a publishing consultant. He is the founder of Invisible Order and former managing editor of Mises.org, where he selected and altered images for every Mises Daily article for eight years. He has also been responsible for developing the Mises Institute’s ebook program (now selling more than 250 books at Amazon.com and iTunes) and the ebook program for the Laissez Faire Club at LFB.org.
BK focuses on developing electronic books and beautiful imagery for libertarian publishers, such as FEE.org, Reason magazine, and others. His own blog is at bkmarcus.com.
Nathalie Marcus is a bilingual (French and English) editorial consultant for print books, ebooks, and audiobooks. As an audiobook producer, she finds the voice actors to narrate the books, sets the production schedules, and oversees the postproduction and auditing (quality assurance) of the final products. She holds a PhD in French literature from the University of Virginia.
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