Rod Giblett is the author of Black Swan Lake: Life of a Wetland (Intellect Books, 2011) and many other books about wetlands. He lived by Forrestdale Lake, on the outskirts of Perth in Western Australia for 28 years. He taught and researched at Australian universities for 25 years and is now a writer. He is married to a retired junior primary school teacher, who helped a lot with writing this book.
Allan Nanva is an academic living in Sydney. With background in Samuel Beckett’s work, he has turned to specializing in Semiotics and Structuralism. His book Mythologies of Late is in homage to one of the major thinkers of the 20th century, Roland Barthes, for whose work he has great fondness.
Abdulla Nasser Sultan Alameri
Abdullah Nasser Sultan Al Ameri was born in Dubai in 1954. He has a PhD in Political Science, a Master in Aviation Science and Disaster Management. He had also served in the military and diplomatic corps as well as made several sports and humanitarian contributions. In 2014 he was awarded as the Federal Personality. The author has also completed several studies and researches, and in 2016 he published a book titled On the Bank of River Ganges.