Calvin Hennick has written feature stories for a number of national magazines and newspapers including the Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Inquirer, New York Press, Men’s Health, Running Magazine, and Eating Well among others. He is a creative writing instructor at the University of Massachusetts.
Alison Gregor has been a journalist at newspapers and magazines for 20 years. After obtaining a master’s degree from the Columbia University School of Journalism in 2003, Gregor began her freelance career focusing on coverage of real estate and business in New York City. She has written for the Columbia Journalism Review, Glamour, The Real Deal, New Jersey and Company, NYinc, Haute Living, and other publications.
Kiley Jacques is a feature writer living on the North Shore of Massachusetts where she serves as managing editor of a regional lifestyle magazine. She has been published in New Old House, Energy of the City, Myopia Polo, and Ocean Home magazines, as well as various trade publications and media outlets.
Mary Grauerholz is a healthcare grant writer and feature writer who focuses on sustainability, architecture, health, and food. In her previous career as a journalist, Grauerholz won many awards for project management, editing, and writing. Since then, she has written for a variety of magazines, newspapers, and websites, including The Boston Globe, New Old House, Spirituality & Health, and Suffolk University Alumni Magazine. She lives on Cape Cod.
Jeff Harder is a journalist who has written for Triathlete Magazine, the Boston Globe Magazine, Cape Cod Life magazine, New Old House magazine, HowStuffWorks.com, and many other outlets. He lives in Massachusetts.