Following are people who meant a lot to Chateau Laux and to the author, personally. I am honored to have them in my neighborhood.
Constance is the editor of Chateau Laux. As an editor, her grasp of nuance and attention to detail are amazing. She is also a published author; and you can learn more by following the link below.
Kat is the book designer of Chateau Laux. Foodies say that one eats with the eyes first, and book design is much the same: Kat's breathtaking work sets a high bar for the text! Please follow the link below to learn more about Kat.
Annie Reid is a former book cover image developer who came out of retirement for Chateau Laux. She is a Pacific Northwest artist who works from her secluded studio cabin surrounded by a forest of redwood, firs and spruce — a short walking distance to the Pacific shoreline.
Lynn Crosbie Loux was a tireless editorial reader of Chateau Laux. She taught poetry workshops in the California school system and author of The Day I Could Fly, an imaginative tale of a young girl learning to venture forth into the world outside her home. The book was illustrated by Guy Porfirio.
MaryEllen Beveridge offered the first review of Chateau Laux. She is a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, a finalist for the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction and a semi-finalist for the Iowa Short Fiction Award. She was a former faculty member at Emerson College, where she taught fiction writing and literature.