Our Staff – Contributing Editors
Laura Sherman, a.k.a. “Laura the Friendly Ghostwriter,” is a professional ghostwriter, author, Chess Expert and mother. She enjoys writing fiction and nonfiction and is happiest when juggling multiple projects. She recently authored “Chess Is Child’s Play” to introduce the next generation to the game of kings and queens. Chess Is Child’s Play is a book that teaches parents how to teach their children to play chess. Chess Is Child’s Play can be ordered on the OnlineChessLessons.NET shop. Laura lives with her family in Florida, where she spends her spare time at the beach and writing haiku, the Japanese art of short poetry.Laura’s Posts for OnlineChessLessons.NET
Momir’s Posts for OnlineChessLessons.NET
Momir Radovic is a chess instructor at Kennesaw State University in metro Atlanta. He absolutely loves to blog about chess for both OnlineChessLessons.NET and for his own blog, iPlayooChess. He is an advocate for teaching and learning chess using a radically different method known as the “Contact” method. His writing is colorful and fun and focuses both on the strategic side of chess as well as the art of the game as well.
FM Kazim Gulamali
Kazim Gulamali is a chess master now ranked by FIDE as the 95th highest rated player in the United States and is the highest rated player living in the state of Georgia. Kazim has played chess since he was 3 and was winning statewide tournaments by at age 12. At 16 Kazim had already become a National Master. His big break came in the 2006 world open when he won 1st place in the Under 2300 section of the prestigious “World Chess tournament” winning over $6,400. By age 19 he had already received his FIDE (FM) master title.Kazim’s Posts for OnlineChessLessons.NET
Gordon Stockton (a.k.a. ukchessblogger) is a Florida based chess enthusiast, part-time chess coach & martial arts student. He also maintains his own chess blog.Gordon’s Posts for OnlineChessLessons.NET