Joe Fisher holds a doctorate in Sociology (Tufts University) and a Master of Public Health degree (Harvard University).  After successful careers in market research and public health policy consulting Joe now writes full time from his home base in Sanibel Island, Fl.

Like his career, his writing has been varied and wide ranging from academic and business books and papers to trade works on such diverse topics as:

His work has earned praise from Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, The Library Journal, The Miami Herald and the New England Journal of Medicine among others. Joe and Killer Among Us were recently featured in the A&E series The Killing Season.

Jaye Boswell, Illustrator
The Adventures of Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine

Jaye Boswell was an award winning art teacher for twenty-two years in the Lee County (Florida) School System. One of her class projects grew into the nationally acclaimed Junior Duck Stamp competition. Although retired from teaching Jaye remains active as an artist creating work that reflects her love of art, the environment and children.

May Jernigan, Illustrator

May Jernigan, Illustrator
OSPREYS IN THE OUTFIELD

May Jernigan is an artist who specializes in scientific illustration. A native of Saint Louis, Missouri, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she spent time observing and drawing specimens at the Field Museum. She continued her art education earning a Graduate Certificate in Science Illustration from California State University, Monterey Bay. Her specialties include ink drawings, watercolor and gouache, and digital painting.

May is a frequent visitor to Sanibel Island having vacationed there with her family for many years. Her most recent Sanibel adventure involved an internship with J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge. May has an abiding love for the wide variety of birds and wildlife that call Sanibel home. When not drawing them, you can find her in the Refuge taking wildlife photos.