Joyce Murdoch is managing editor for politics of The National Journal. She served as an editor and reporter at The Washington Post for more than a decade. Before joining the Post in 1982, she founded and operated Murdoch News Service, which covered Congress for Georgia newspapers.
Deb Price of The Detroit News writes the first nationally syndicated column in mainstream journalism that is devoted to exploring life from a gay perspective. Price's prize-winning weekly column is distributed to more than 100 newspapers and is available online at detnews.com. Before joining the News' Washington bureau in 1989, Price was a Washington Post editor.
Murdoch and Price also co-authored And Say Hi to Joyce: America's First Gay Column Comes Out. A couple since 1985, they live in Takoma Park, Maryland.