Anya Leonard

Anya Leonard is the co-founder of Classical Wisdom Weekly and current Project Director. She has a M.A. in Sociology from University of Edinburgh and studied at St. John’s College with a double major in Philosophy and the History of Math of Science. She lives and writes from all over the world.

A. P. David

A. P. David has a Ph.D from the University of Chicago. He is the author of several books and peer-reviewed articles on Homer and Plato including The Dance of the Muses: Choral Theory and Ancient Greek Poetics (Oxford, 2006; see also http://danceofthemuses.org).’

Ben Potter

Ben Potter is a writer and university lecturer. He has lived and taught in several countries; notably Japan, China, Thailand, the UK, and Italy. He has an MA in Classics from The University of Edinburgh.

Benjamin Welton

Benjamin Welton has a BA in History from West Virginia University and a MA in English from the University of Vermont. When not hustling story ideas or pitching articles, Mr. Welton maintains a blog (The Trebuchet) and continues his love affair with the ancient world.

Bill Bonner

Bill Bonner is an American author of books and articles on economic and financial subjects. He is the founder and president of Agora Publishing, and the principal author of a daily financial column, The Diary of a Rogue Economist.

Brittany Garcia

Brittany Garcia has a B.A in Classical Studies and Comparative Ancient History from UC Riverside. She maintains her own personal blog on Classical Studies, and is a volunteer translator for the Iris Project with NASA’s project: Making Mars Speak Latin. Additionally, she is a contributing author to the Ancient History Encyclopedia.

Cam Rea

Cam Rea has a BA and MA in Military History. He recently published “March of the Scythians: From Sargon II to the Fall of Nineveh.” In addition, he is an ancient history junky and a Teaching Assistant at the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Jackie Slevin

M.A., C.A. NCGR, Jackie Slevin has acted as Co-Director of Education of The National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR), being the Dean and Founder of the University of Geocosmic Studies. A professional teacher, lecturer and consultant for over years, she authored the book “Finding Success in the Horoscope: The Slevin System of Horoscope Analysis” and additional articles by her can be found at http://geocosmicstudies.com/.

Mary E. Naples

With an emphasis in Women’s Studies, Mary E. Naples has an M.A. in Humanities from Dominican University of California. Having traveled throughout the Mediterranean, she has a deep love of the classical world. Her most recent academic achievement was completing her Master’s thesis in May 2013 with a paper entitled “Demeter’s Daughter’s: How the Myth of the Captured Bride Helped Spur Feminine Consciousness in Ancient Greece.”

Van Bryan

The author of Classical Wisdom Weekly’s weekend newsletter, Van Bryan is an intrepid young writer who divides his time between the bustling streets of Manhattan and the sandy beaches of Miami, Florida. He is a graduate from the University of Central Florida where he studied classical literature as well as ancient and contemporary philosophy.

Victoria Papale

Victoria attended the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts in Paros Greece, and that experience transformed her art journey. Victoria now paints in the four Earth Tones, also known as the Primaries of Antiquity or Tetrachromy, these colors were used by the artists of Classic and Hellenistic Greece. She has exhibited world wide and also teaches this technique of painting.