“My God-sent literary agent.”
Eben Alexander, M.D., author of New York Times #1 bestseller Proof of Heaven
“I owe special thanks to my agent, Gail Ross, and her colleague Howard Yoon. They journeyed outside the mapped terrain of agentry into inspiration, editing, guidance, nudging and hand-holding. There is no one in my professional life to whom I have been attached for so many years as Gail, and this has been my good fortune.”
Tina Rosenberg, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and MacArthur Grant Author of Join the Club and The Haunted Land: Facing Europe’s Ghosts After Communism
“Gail Ross has been my friend and literary agent for nearly a quarter century. She has been patient during the lean years and exuberant whenever I managed to finish a book. She and Howard Yoon made it possible … to publish this book.”
Kai Bird, co-author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning American Prometheus and author of The Good Spy and Crossing Mandelbaum Gate
“As my agent, Gail Ross has provided the practical experience this novice writer sorely needed”
Francis S. Collins, author of the bestselling The Language of God and The Language of Life
“I had the incredible good fortune to meet Howard Yoon, my literary agent … Whether you like this book or not (and I hope you do!), it is undoubtedly a much better one because of Howard’s wisdom, patience, and belief that I had something to say.”
Robin Chutkan, M.D., author of Gutbliss: Feel Light, Tight, and Bright—the Healthy Way 
“There’s no doubt that the book wouldn’t exist were it not for my agent, Howard Yoon, suggesting the idea and guiding it to completion. He even came up with the clever title.”
Ryan Grim, Washington Bureau Chief of The Huffington Post and author of This is Your Country on Drugs
“As a first time author, the publishing gauntlet seemed daunting. But my agent, Anna Sproul-Latimer, held my hand like a wee babe in the woods through all parts of the process. I was, and am, incredibly lucky to have her.”
Caitlin Doughty, author of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory
“This book would never have happened if it weren’t for the vision of my agent, Howard Yoon. Howard, thank you for taking a chance on me, and never wavering. Thank you also to Howard’s co-agent, Anna Sproul-Latimer, for your frank, excellent, and hilarious guidance.”
Adele Levine, author of Run, Don’t Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Medical Center