LUCIO GALLETTO was born into a family of farmers and restaurateurs in north-west Italy. He was studying to become an architect when he fell in love with a visiting Australian girl and moved to Sydney. In 1981, they set up Lucio's, which has become one of Australia's most awarded Italian restaurants. DAVID DALE trained in clinical psychology but decided he would do less harm to the cause of mental health if he went into journalism. He has been a political reporter for The Australian, New York correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald, editor of The Bulletin and breakfast broadcaster with ABC radio. His books include The 100 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Italy; Who We Are - a snapshot of Australia today; and Essential Places. PAUL GREEN's interest in capturing images started when he was given an Agfa pocket camera at the age of seven. He studied photography and printmaking at Sydney College of the Arts. Since 1990 he has worked freelance for books, magazines and newspapers, specialising in art, food, portraiture and fashion.LUCIO GALLETTO trained to be an architect in Liguria but moved to Australia for love, and opened an eating house which became one of the country's most awarded Italian restaurants. His books include The Art of Food at Lucio's, Soffritto: A delicious Ligurian memoir, and Lucio's Ligurian Kitchen. DAVID DALE is a journalist who would like to be a writer, and vice versa. His newspaper and magazine columns discuss ideas, journeys, fads, foods, the power of places and the peculiarities of people. His books include The Obsessive Traveller, or Why I Don't Steal Towels From Great Hotels Any More; Who We Are: A snapshot of Australia today; and Soffritto: A delicious Ligurian memoir. PAUL GREEN first got excited about capturing images at the age of seven when his parents gave him an Agfa pocket camera. He specialises in photography of food, art, fashion and fame. His books include The Art of Food at Lucio's and Soffritto: A delicious Ligurian memoir.
Midge Gillies is a freelance journalist who writes regularly for The Guardian and Los Angeles Times as well as for the Press Association. She was a consultant and contributor to The Real Amy Johnson, a Channel 4 Documentary. Her biography of Marie Lloyd was chosen as a Sunday Times biography of the year.
Jane Gleeson-White has worked as an editor, writer and reviewer in Sydney and London since completing her degrees in English and Australian literature, and economics, at the University of Sydney in 1987. She also worked as a student at the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice, where she studied Byzantine, early Renaissance and modern art. Her first book, Classics, was published in 2005.
Billy Goldberg MD is an emergency medicine physician on faculty at New
York City teaching hospital. He is also a writer and artist whose paintings
have been exhibited in New York City.
Rob Grant was born in Salford. Determined not to let them hold him back he (after a protracted period doing any old thing) went on to co-create and write with Doug Naylor the astonishingly successful TV series RED DWARF. He also wrote the DARK AGES and STRANGERERS TV series.