Several Washington, DC, McFarland authors are participating in the International Day of the Book. The festival will be held April 21 in historic old town Kensington, Maryland.
Tania Heller, M.D., is a board-certified pediatrician and the medical director of the Washington Center for Eating Disorders and Adolescent Obesity in Bethesda, Maryland. Her books include: You and Your Doctor: A Guide to a Healing Relationship, with Physicians’ Insights, Overweight: A Handbook for Teens and Parents, Eating Disorders: A Handbook for Teens, Families and Teachers and Pregnant! What Can I Do?: A Guide for Teenagers.
Brett L. Abrams is an archivist with the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, D.C. His books include: Capital Sporting Grounds: A History of Stadium and Ballpark Construction in Washington, D.C. and Hollywood Bohemians: Transgressive Sexuality and the Selling of the Movieland Dream.
Joe Sergi is a senior litigation counsel in a US government agency, and is a member of the adjunct faculty at George Mason University School of Law. He writes regularly about the history of comics and censorship for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. He is the editor of the graphic novel anthology Great Zombies in History and the author of the forthcoming Comic Book Law.