Rupert Spira was deeply interested in the nature of reality from a young age. He searched and studied widely until he met his own teacher, Francis Lucille. Francis in turn introduced Rupert to the teachings of Jean Klein, Parmenides and Krishna Menon. Rupert speaks and holds retreats worldwide and can be seen on Conscious TV at this link: http://conscious.tv/nonduality.html
Richard Sylvester has been a humanistic psychologist, therapist and lecturer. In 2002 he met Tony Parsons, the author of The Open Secret, and, as he says in I Hope You Die Soon, "That was the end of what I thought was my life." Richard holds meetings about non-duality in the UK and Europe. To get a flavour of the meetings, there are many video clips from his meetings on YouTube and an interview on Conscious TV http://conscious.tv/nonduality.html
Joan Tollifson writes and talks about non-duality with searing honesty, clarity, humor, heart, and an emphasis on the non-conceptual actuality of Here/Now. Personal experience is never avoided or dismissed, but it's all in a context that "Everything is the Holy Reality" and the recognition that the inner weather is no more personal than the outer weather. Joan has lived in southern Oregon since 2008, where she is holding meetings and working on her forthcoming books."
John Veen is a poet and working stiff from Central California by way of Michigan. He facilitates an irregular non-duality dialog in Fresno and edits the website nopathnoself.net
Books: A Tether Tied to Space
Gary Weber has a Ph.D. in physical sciences and worked in national labs, industry, and academia in R&D and management. Simultaneously, he has done over 30,000 hrs of self-inquiry and Zen meditation and yoga, and experienced the falling away of the “I” and the loss of self-referential thoughts, desires and fears. http://happiness-beyond-thought.com
Books: Into the Stillness
Vicki Woodyard studied with Vernon Howard, a Fourth Way teacher. Known for her emotional honesty, a reader says, “Your words really strike the anahata ~ the deepest place in the heart.” Since teachers and students arise together, she is now free of any labels about what she does or who she is. “Silence is what glues the whole thing together,” Vicki says. And also, according to her, what is worth knowing somehow gets transmitted whether you are ready or not. Her humorous and gritty take on life enlivens her writing.
Silence is her teacher these days and she lives a simple life in Atlanta, Georgia.
Books: Bigger Than The Sky