Glass Beaker Publishing is an independent publishing company. We create long-term partnerships with our authors to best foster their talents and ours. To make this work well for both parties, we are selective in who we work with. We are pleased to work with the following authors on a long-term basis:
Karla Lant is a fourth generation Arizonan and an adjunct professor at Northern Arizona University. In addition to writing for children she focuses on technical, scientific, and business writing as well as ghostwriting and copywriting.
After she graduated from law school in 2001, Karla went to work at The Partnership for the Homeless in New York City. She also began her graduate work in medical anthropology at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center.
Karla is the author of several books:
Andrew Jackson: A Controversial President
General Moses and the Underground Railroad: The Amazing Life of Harriet Tubman
Philosopher of Science: Michael Faraday
Her latest project is a biography of Jany Deng, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, projected release in the fall of 2017.
About the author: Robert Isenberg is a freelance writer and multimedia producer. His nonfiction books include The Archipelago: A Balkan Passage and The Green Season: A Writer’s First Year in Costa Rica. He has contributed to such diverse publications as Lonely Planet, Kirkus Reviews, Mental_Floss, and McSweeney’s, and he served for 10 years as a contributing editor for Pittsburgh Magazine. Isenberg earned his MFA from Chatham University, where he served as Whitford Fellow, the program’s highest honor. He has taught writing workshops for Arizona State University, Duquesne University, and the University of Rhode Island, and he helped create the writing program at The Phoenix Center for the Arts. In 2016, Isenberg was named a finalist for the City of Phoenix Mayor’s Arts Award.
Visit him at robertisenberg.net.
Rachel McRae is a former stripper. She is also a former President of her local Mensa chapter. Since learning that a certain type of childhood leads to a certain type of adulthood, she has worked with gifted youth, at-risk youth, and children in crisis. She founded a science museum to connect the people who have the data, with people who want to learn.
Rachel is the author of Daughters of Science: A Memoir, available now on Amazon.
D.R. Suzy has authored nearly 20 children’s books for varying age groups. She writes part time and spends most of her days exploring the mountains of Northern Arizona.