Who are we?


Randy Petersen (Senior Editor)
Randy is a freelance writer and strategic consultant based in New Jersey. Formerly director of Scripture engagement content for American Bible Society, he’s the author of The Printer and the Preacher (2015, Nelson) and dozens of other books.

Ann-Margret Hovsepian (Executive Editor)
Ann-Margret, a native of Montreal, Canada, has been freelancing on a fulltime basis for over twenty-five years and has authored, co-authored, or illustrated several books, most notably Restore My Soul (2016, Tyndale), a best-selling devotional coloring book. She also serves as an advisor on the board of the Evangelical Press Association.

Stephen R. Clark (Managing Editor)
Stephen lives in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. He has many years of experience in corporate communications, writing, and editing. He has authored short stories, poetry, scripts, feature articles, and more. Clients have included American Bible Society, Harper & Row Publishers, Moody Press, Time Life, Tyndale House, and Zondervan.

Contributing Editors

Ann ByleAnn Byle
Ann writes for Publishers Weekly, Grand Rapids Magazine, and other publications. She wrote for many years for The Grand Rapids Press. Ann has cowritten books with a one-armed surfer, gangbanger-turned-hip-hop-pastor, and nonprofit director, and is the author of Christian Publishing 101 and The Revell Story (2020). 

JoyceK.EllisPicJoyce K. Ellis
Joyce is from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is the author of  Write with Excellence 201. She has published hundreds of articles and 18 books—fiction and nonfiction for children and adults. She teaches at writers’ conferences and her writing has won a Gold Medallion Award and numerous EPA awards.

AnitaAnita K. Palmer
Anita is a full-time freelancer in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Over the years she has morphed from magazines to daily newspapers to PR/media relations and marketing-communications to book editing and ghostwriting. She loves it all.

Note: The blog editors are Associate Members of the Evangelical Press Association, which is how we have developed friendships that now enable us to collaborate on this blog. While we enjoy our relationships with EPA and welcome the support of the organization as individuals, the views and opinions expressed on this blog are not necessarily a reflection of the views of EPA.