The Authors of The Lost Airman

We are thrilled to be able to present The Lost Airman to you. We have worked very hard over the past few years and believe you will enjoy this story.

Seth Meyerowitz
Author
Seth Meyerowitz, the grandson of U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Arthur Meyerowitz, is a web entrepreneur and the president of a global online marketing company. After traveling the United States speaking on behalf of Google for its Get Your Business Online program, his web and marketing savvy allowed him to unearth the declassified saga of his grandfather. Seth loves to travel and is an avid photographer. Growing up on Long Island in New York, Seth went to school in Buffalo and took his first overseas trip as part of the Birthright experience for Jewish youths and the travel bug officially began. As an internet entrepreneur Seth has the ability to travel the world and work from just about anywhere. In the past few years Seth has traveled more than 150,000 miles all over the world. Some of his favorite places are Spain and Thailand. When he isn't traveling, Seth makes his home in beautiful San Diego.
Peter Stevens
Writer

Peter F. Stevens, news and features editor of the Boston Irish Reporter and contributing editor to Scene Boston Magazine, is a veteran journalist with a specialty in historical writing. His work has been syndicated by The New York Times and has appeared in a wide array of magazines and newspapers.  A two-time winner of the International Regional Magazine Association's Gold Medal for Feature Writing, Stevens has published twelve books.  His internationally acclaimed The Voyage of the Catalpa: A Perilous Journey and Six Irish Rebels' Escape to Freedom was also the chief historical resource for the PBS documentary "Irish Escape."  The book has been optioned for a feature film by the producers of Braveheart at World Wide Entertainment/Octagon Studios. Two of his other books have also been optioned for films.  An avid golfer and tennis buff with a passion for travel, Stevens lives in Boston, Massachusetts.