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Thanks to Our Supporters

We could not exist without the generosity of the following foundations and individuals.

Big Bangs ($25,000+)
Thomas Campbell Jackson & Pamela Brandt Jackson, Lucius N. Littauer Foundation, Jerome Lowenstein, James & Susan Ratner Family Foundation, Michael Rosen, Bernard & Irene Schwartz Foundation, Arnold Simon Family Trust, Jan T. Vilcek, Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz Foundation, Mieko L. Willoughby, Loli Wu

Supernovas ($10,000-$24,999)
Ellen H. Block, Sylvia K. Hassenfeld, The Hassenfeld Foundation, The Headlands Foundation, Kenneth G. Langone, Gerry Ohrstrom, Daniel Ray & Ellen Gould, Alice & Thomas Tisch Foundation, van Ameringen Foundation, Francis J. Walsh & Donna Walsh Foundation

Magnetic Fields ($5,000-$9,999)
Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Rodney Cohen, Charles Kyte, Gerald Weissmann

Galvanizers ($1,000-$4,999)
Jacqueline Aronson, Martin Blaser, Michael Boxer, Lawrence H. Budish, Mitchell H. Charap, Michael J. Coffey, Council of Literary Magazines and Presses, Peter Elsbach, Leland S. and Jane Englebardt, Lola Finkelstein, David C. Ferris, Samuel C. Florman, Richard & Judith Glaser, Arnold P. Gold Foundation, Elizabeth K. & James E. Goldman, Nathaniel L. & Etta M. Goldstein Foundation, Edward Janowitz, Itzhak and Ziva Kronzon, Judith Leiber, Anthony C. and Elayne K. Mustalish, Danielle Ofri, Ruth Oratz, David Oshinsky, Howard and Rina K. Pianko, Jerome Rebhun, Michelle Sanders, Deborah Shapiro, Jack A. Somers Living Trust, Bradley J. Wechsler, Jeffrey Weinstein, Gerald Weissmann, Richard Wiley, Ronna W. Wineberg

Catalysts ($500-$999)
Stuart Abraham, Michael C. Alfano, Robert J. Anderson, Cecil Spanton & Marie M. Ashdown, Felice Aull, Stanley Burns, Arthur Caplan, David C. Cassidy, Michael J. Coffey, Paul M. Ehrlich, Alec Goldenberg, The Joy Harris Literary Agency, Alan Hirshfeld, Martin L. and Carol Kahn, Gerald & Priscilla Kane, Jane E. Koehler, Andrew Krivak, Arthur B. and Susan Greene, H. Dale Hemmerdinger, Michael LaCombe, Ruth Lazarus, Marguerite & Joshua Lederberg, Katherine Mathews, Jonathan Moreno, Franco & Anna Muggia, Harry Oxenhorn, Christopher & Patricia Russell, Benjamin J. Sadock

Dynamos ($25-$499)
AXA Foundation, Wendy Adams McCain, Ellen Adler, Jacqueline S Aronson, Harold Augenbraum, Malaga Baldi, Phyllis Baldino, Dana Barak, Charles Bardes, Lada Beara Lasic, Aaron H. Beckerman, Andrew Blauner, Susan Block Casdin, Danae M. Booth, Liza Botkin, Diane Botnick, Michel Boynton, Michael C. Brabeck, Jane Eisner Bram, Lee Briccetti, Lucy Bruell, Kathleen Butler, Sarah Butler, Gerald A. Cabrera, Karen Caldwell-Hatler, Mary Cappello, Terra Chalberg, Kim Chinquee, Ellen Chodosh, William Clark, Rosalie Helene Contino, Lucy Flinn Cribben, Tony Dajer, Siba K. Das, Raphael & Irene David, Jozelyn R. Davis, Charles H. Debrovner, Robin J. Dibner, Anne Farber, Doris Farber, Eileen & Nathan Feigenbaum, Michele Filgate, Edward A. Fisher, Rose-Lynn Fisher, Sandra V. Fiorelli, Diana Forbes, Moira Fordyce, Arthur Charles Fox, Serena J. Fox, Robin S. Freeberg, Michael L. Freedman, William Glassley, Kayla E. Gluck, Patricia Glynn, Ann R. Goerdt, Carol I. Goldberg, Lola Goldring, Ervin A. Gombos, William John Grassie, Bill Green, Loren Wissner Greene, Lucy B. Grollman, Will Grossman, Rachel C. Hadas, Robert C. Hall, Jessica Handler, Elizabeth G. Hemmerdinger, Charles S. Hirsch, Michael C. Hosokawa, Susan K. Ito, Kristin Jackson, Gloria Jacobs, Alison C. Jarvis, Charlee Kamlet, Mervyn Kaufman, Bhupender & Kavery Kaul, Kathryn King, Jane Koehler, Valery F. Lanyi-McDevitt, Sidney Lapidus, M.L. Latiolais, Paula Latiolais, Miguel Laufer, Jeffrey Lependorf, Elizabeth Lerner, Ellen Levine, Donald Linn, George Lipkin, Sari Lipkin, Gregory Lukianoff, Glenn Lunden, Barbara Luzardi, Nancy MacFarland Bennett, Susan Malus, Claudia Mangel, Eric Marcus, Richard Marek & Dalma Heyn, Robert A. Maslansky, Sheila O’Neill Massoni, Katherine Mathews, Philip McCaffrey, Marilyn Mehr, Melville House Publishing, Sander & Irene Mendelson, Anne Mennealy, Wayne P. Merkelson, Debra Meyer, Lynne Mijangos, Molly Mikolowski, Richard H. Millen, Kathryn A. Mintz, Alfonso E. Miranda, Andrea Montejo, Hiram F. Moody, Thomas & Sharona Muir, Marie Murphy-Clark, Kotresha & Michele Neelakantappa, Diana M. Nilsen, Andreas N. Neophytides, Michael & Elizabeth Norman, Varley O’Connor, Patricia Oppenheim, Krista J. Parris, Jennifer L. Peltz, Maria I. Pocchia, Mark H. Podwal, Marya E. Pollack, Melissa Prtichard, Bruce G. Raphael, David Raphael, Rhonda Rasmussen, Chaim B. Reich, Betsy Reid, Frances Richey, Nancy Owen Rieger, Erica E. Rippy, Constance B. Rubin, Celia Sachs, Jane Safer, Lori Sarnoff, Karin & Tom Schall, Aaron Mack Schloff, Neil Schwartz, Emilia Sedlis, Marc Serges, Angelica J. Smith, Wendy Smith, Ann Ruth Soloway, Gail Spangenberg, Harriet Squier, Sylvia A. Stein, Irene Swanenberg, Aya Tanaka, Gilbert Tauber and Armgard Von Bardeleben, Sarah Thanhauser, Sabina Thomas, Marcel Tuchman, David Unger, Jacqueline de Weever, Harold Jay Weinberg, Myung Nam Won, Lisa Mei-Inn Wong, Sondra Ruth Zabar, Michele Zackheim, Alex Zucker, Renee Zuckerbrot

 

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Lucius N. Littauer Foundation

William Lee Frost, In Memoriam

Bill was an extraordinarily generous supporter of the Bellevue Literary Press. From its inception, he took a genuine interest in our efforts to create a small trade press devoted to issues of health, science, and the human condition. This was not surprising, since he had devoted much of his life to these concerns. He responded to our frequent requests for support and made the publication of many of our books possible.