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Marc Anthony

Marc Anthony, of Goodfield, Ill., is a freelance writer and currently writes a daily blog at Prairie State Outdoors under the title of “Non Typical Hunter.” Marc also is the chief editor of Non Typical Hunter Magazine. Anthony is an avid bowhunter and has taken many record-book animals bowhunting. His forte is writing strategies related to ground hunting and early season bowhunting. Anthony is an avid seminar speaker and on the pro staff for Muzzy Broadheads, Vital Gear, Natural Predator and several other companies. He has a solid history in the aviation industry, owns a nationwide taxidermy studio (www.lookalivetaxidermy.com) and operates a hunting product testing company (www.nontypicalhunter.net). Between his interests, it’s his love for writing that allows him to reflect upon and capture the subjects he feels most passionate about. Reach him at manthony@nontypicalhunter.net.







ryan-newhouse-webRyan Newhouse

Ryan Newhouse is a Missoula, Mont.-based freelance writer with special interests in hunting, fishing, profiles and addressing climate change. His work has been featured locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. He holds a master’s of science degree in environmental studies from the University of Montana-Missoula and writes regularly for the National Wildlife Federation. He is in the midst of training for his first triathlon. His work can be found at www.ryannewhouse.com. Contact him at rwnewhouse@gmail.com.








jason-wells-webJason Wells

For the last 6 1/2 years Jason Wells, of Staunton, Va., has worked as an industrial refrigeration technician, traveling all over the U.S. and to Canada a couple of times. He is on the road 20-25 days a month. Wells and wife Nikki have a 16-month-old daughter, Phaedra Anne. Wells intends to keep his job and schedule for a few more years as he trains to be an outdoor communicator. Over the next few years he will complete the North American School of Outdoor Writing program, take some photography courses and, in a few weeks, will be going to Pennsylvania for his first outdoor videography course. He attends as many outdoor shows and events as he can in an effort to meet people. “By the time I am able to quit traveling and resume a more normal work schedule I would like to be well enough established in the outdoor world, via writing, photography, videography, or any other means, to work part time in a field I have always loved. I view being a student member of the OWAA as a great stepping stone toward my goal!” Contact him at jasondavidwells@hotmail.com.
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