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Robert Bly

  1. Robert Bly is a poet, storyteller, translator and worldwide lecturer. (Web site)
  2. Robert Bly is a National Book Award-winning poet, storyteller, and essayist.
  3. Robert Bly is a freelance copywriter specializing in business-to business and direct response advertising.
  4. Robert Bly is a "print guy" that thought it would be interesting to write a book on electronic copy.
  5. Robert Bly is a "print guy" that thought it would be interesting to write a book on electronic copy. (Web site)

Gillian Bradshaw

  1. Gillian Bradshaw was born in Arlington County, Virginia and spent part of her youth in Santiago, Chile.
  2. Gillian Bradshaw is one of the top writers of historical fiction today.
  3. Gillian Bradshaw is a brilliant history fiction writer, and I have enjoyed several of his books, but `Cleopatra's Heir' is not one of my favorites.
  4. Gillian Bradshaw is a classics graduate of Cambridge University.
  5. Gillian Bradshaw is a consummate writer, as is evidenced by her intelligent, exciting historical novels.

Eric Burns

  1. Eric Burns is a fanboy, writer, and blogger who has somehow become the Webcomics blogger par excellance.
  2. Eric Burns is a freelance writer whose literary work has ranged from non-fiction and short stories to poetry and reviews.
  3. Eric Burns is a political communications and strategy professional with more than a decade of experience working in local, state, and national politics.
  4. Eric Burns is a staff columnist for Comixpedia, founder and half of Websnark , and the writer of Gossamer Commons .
  5. Eric Burns is a writer and game designer.

Eduardo Galeano

  1. Eduardo Galeano is a world renowned Uruguayan journalist and writer whose books have been published into many languages.
  2. Eduardo Galeano is a writer from Uruguay who is widely syndicated in Latin America.
  3. Eduardo Galeano is a Uruguayan author and historian.
  4. Eduardo Galeano is a Uruguayan essayist, journalist and historian.
  5. EDUARDO GALEANO: One of the oldest traditions in America, all America, because we are America also.

Non-Fiction Writers

  1. The site profiles non-fiction writers and provides markets and a newsletter. (Web site)
  2. This category is for stub articles relating to United Kingdom non-fiction writers.
  3. Fiction writers, non-fiction writers and freelance writers. (Web site)

Ramsey Campbell

  1. Ramsey Campbell is a Liverpool-born writer considered by many critics to be one of the great masters of horror fiction.
  2. Ramsey Campbell is a respected British writer of horror and supernatural fiction.
  3. Ramsey Campbell is a Sentinel staff writer; he can be reached at or call 001 (352) 742-5923.
  4. Ramsey Campbell is a bit of an aquired taste.
  5. Ramsey Campbell is a fantasy writer.

Russ Jones

  1. Russ Jones is a Canadian-born novelist, illustrator and magazine editor, active in the publishing and entertainment industries over a half-century. (Web site)
  2. Russ Jones is a freelance writer and University of Missouri graduate with a degree in journalism.
  3. Russ Jones is a freelance writer and co-founder of New Direction Ministry --- a Kansas based divorce recovery and stepfamily ministry.
  4. Russ Jones is a freelance writer, public speaker, ordained pastor and co-founder of New Direction Ministry. (Web site)
  5. Russ Jones is a longtime Fort Collins resident and founder of Prayerworks.

Women Writers

  1. Women Writers is a bi-annual online Zine featuring women's resources.
  2. Women Writers is an e-Zine with well written fiction, poetry and academic writing by women from around the world. (Web site)
  3. Women Writers: A Zine Women Writers is a bi-annual online Zine featuring women's resources.

American Writers

  1. One of the most popular American writers is Amy Tan.
  2. This category is for stub articles relating to American writers of non-fiction.
  3. In 1966, Bly co-founded American Writers Against the Vietnam War, and went on to lead much of the opposition to that war among writers.

Adam Horowitz

  1. Adam Horowitz is a brilliant writer (which is why he got his multi-million dollar contract).
  2. Adam Horowitz is part of the LOST crew, as a writer and producer.

Adelle Davis

  1. Adelle Davis was a superlative writer and researcher in addition to having highest qualifications in biochemistry.

Ajmal Khattak

  1. Ajmal Khattak was a member of Pakistan’s National Assembly (1990-93) and a senator representing the Awami National Party (1996-99).
  2. Ajmal Khattak was elected as the President of the Awami National Party when Khan Wali Khan stepped down from the post.

Alexander Masters

  1. ALEXANDER MASTERS was born in New York in 1965 and studied physics and mathematics in London and Cambridge.
  2. Alexander Masters is an author, screenwriter and worker with the homeless.

Alfred Lansing

  1. Alfred Lansing is a native of Chicago.
  2. Alfred Lansing was a journalist and writer.

Alvin Schwartz

  1. Alvin Schwartz is the scariest author alive, from my point of view.
  2. Alvin Schwartz was contacted by a seven-foot Buddhist monk named Thongden who puts the author on the Path without Form.


  1. Anonymus is a quebec speed metal band founded in 1989.
  2. Anonymus is also a Canadian metal band.
  3. Anonymus is the Latin word for anonymous, the correct English spelling.

Arab Writers

  1. Anisa Mehdi is an Emmy award winning columnist for the Arab Writers Group Syndicate, film producer and media consultant.
  2. Details the Sphinx's impact on the ancient world, on Arab writers, on Renaissance travellers, on the pioneers of Egyptology and on modern scholarship.
  3. Two young Arab writers will visit Derbyshire as part of a national event promoting literature from the Middle East.

Arch Oboler

  1. Arch Oboler was a writer, producer, director active in both radio and television.
  2. Arch Oboler was born on December 6th, 1909 and died on March 19th, 1987.

Armen Keteyian

  1. Armen Keteyian is a six-time Emmy Award-winning correspondent for CBS and HBO Sports.
  2. Armen Keteyian was named CBS News' chief investigative correspondent in February 2006.

Arthur Bradford

  1. Arthur Bradford is a McSweeney's favorite.
  2. Arthur Bradford is a great-great-great-grandson of department-store magnate Abraham Abraham .
  3. Arthur Bradford is a published short-story writer living in Austin.
  4. Arthur Bradford is a short story author.

Ashleigh Brilliant

  1. Ashleigh Brilliant is a full-time epigram writer.
  2. Ashleigh Brilliant was born in England, and says, yes, he was born with the name Brilliant.


  1. Award is for published volumes of creative non-fiction.
  2. Award: One high school prize and one college prize will be awarded.
  3. The Award was created to honor the late editor of Astounding Science Fiction magazine, now named Analog.
  4. The Award was created to honour the late editor of Astounding Science Fiction magazine, which is now named Analog.
  5. The Award was the first of its kind in Scotland and is now one of the most established and highly regarded regional book awards.

Baba Tahir

  1. Baba Tahir, in Persian: -------- --------) was an 11th century Persian poet and mystic.
  2. Songs and maxims of Baba Tahir was originally read in Pahlavi, lurish, kurdish and Hamadani's dialects taken their present form in the course of time.

Barry Malzberg

  1. Barry Malzberg is a great science fiction writer.

Bede Griffiths

  1. Bede Griffiths is a monk who died recently.

Bettany Hughes

  1. Bettany Hughes is a cultural and social historian, writer and television presenter.

Bob Brier

  1. Bob Brier is a philosophy professor, an Egyptologist and a paleopathologist (expert on ancient diseases) who's become famous in three ways.
  2. Bob Brier is a renowned archaeologist and Egyptologist.
  3. Bob Brier is a senior research fellow at the C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University and a contributing editor to ARCHAEOLOGY.
  4. Bob Brier is a talented Egyptologist specialising in mummies.
  5. Bob Brier is a talented Egyptologist specializing in mummies.

Carole Rosenthal

  1. Carole Rosenthal is an experimental feminist fiction writer, the author of It Doesn't Have To Be Me, a collection of short stories.

Catherine Seipp

  1. Catherine Seipp is a Los Angeles writer who publishes the weblog Cathy-s World.
  2. Catherine Seipp is a Los Angeles-based writer and a longtime observer of the local media scene.
  3. Catherine Seipp is a writer hailing from California who many conservatives have just recently discovered via her columns for National Review Online.
  4. Catherine Seipp is a writer hailing from California who many conservatives have just recently discovered via her columns for
  5. Catherine Seipp is a writer in California who publishes the weblog Cathy's World.

Cecil Woodham-Smith

  1. As hideous as all this seems, Cecil Woodham-Smith tells us that the Blight was only one factor in the disaster that overtook the Irish.
  2. Cecil Woodham-Smith-s historical account, The Reason Why, nor with Charles Wood-s screenplay as eventually filmed.

Cees Nooteboom

  1. Cees Nooteboom is a poet and a traveller; perhaps it would be better to say a poet with wandering feet.
  2. Cees Nooteboom is a prolific Dutch novelist, poet and essayist born in 1933, with a huge fan community particularly in continental Europe.
  3. Cees Nooteboom is a travel writer, novelist, playwright and poet.
  4. Cees Nooteboom is a well-known Dutch novelist and travel-author.
  5. Cees Nooteboom is a world-renown Dutch writer who was a writer in residence in Budapest during the 1956 revolution.

Charmian Clift

  1. Charmian Clift was an Australian writer and essayist during the mid 20th Century.
  2. Charmian Clift was born in the NSW coastal town of Kiama.


  1. A famous example of co-authoring is a book about grammar and writing, The Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr.
  2. One of the best things about co-authoring is the ability to lean on each other when the rejections start coming.


  1. Craighead is a "first class man who is attuned to the activities around the grounds.
  2. Craighead is a major street in the old Tobacco Warehouse section of Danville.
  3. Craighead is a world-renowned scientist honored by The National Geographic Society.

Daniel Ichbiah

  1. Daniel Ichbiah is a French author of several books on technical topics.
  2. Daniel Ichbiah is a writer, journalist, and musician.
  3. Daniel Ichbiah is an author.

David Goodman

  1. DAVID GOODMAN is a freelance journalist and contributing writer for Mother Jones.
  2. David Goodman is a Mother Jones contributing writer and co-author of The Exception to the Rulers.
  3. David Goodman is a contributing writer for Mother Jones and coauthor of "The Exception to the Rulers," now in paperback.
  4. David Goodman is a free-lance writer living in Waterbury Center, Vt.
  5. David Goodman is a freelance writer who lives in Waterbury Center, Vt.

David Hopkins

  1. David Hopkins is a "Christian Article Writer " who specializes in helping people remember to glorify God in everything that they do, so they.
  2. David Hopkins is a "Christian Article Writer" who specializes in helping people remember to glorify God in everything that they do.
  3. David Hopkins is a comic book writer and essayist.
  4. David Hopkins is a comic book writer, essayist, and pop culture junkie.
  5. David Hopkins is a free-lance writer with articles in MNArtists and the Reader Weekly .

David Sosnowski

  1. David Sosnowski is an author.
  2. David Sosnowski is the author of the novel Rapture and winner of the Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize.

Dominic Dromgoole

  1. Dominic Dromgoole is a brilliant selector of new plays whose record at the Bush was outstanding.
  2. Dominic Dromgoole was last year appointed to take over from Mark Rylance as artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe in London.

Don Ecker

  1. Milton William Cooper has threatened, lied about and attacked a number of people in the UFO field (I'm included, as is Don Ecker).
  2. Don Ecker's Past Sins makes a frightening and timely point that has nothing to do with the paranormal.
  3. PARANET ------------------------------- What follows in the next 38 messages is a file provided by Don Ecker to ParaNet for distribution.

Ed Rosenthal

  1. Ed Rosenthal is a drug dealer.
  2. Ed Rosenthal is a famous writer about cannabis and related subjects, thast almost everyone knows.
  3. Ed Rosenthal is a threat to many in the federal government and their efforts to continue the War on Drugs.
  4. Ed Rosenthal is a threat to many in the federal government and their efforts to continue the War on [Some] Drugs.
  5. Ed Rosenthal is a world-famous marijuana cultivation expert.

Elizabeth Bear

  1. Elizabeth Bear is a squad of trained monkeys with keyboards, and a semi-redhead who performs at conventions for bananas and bourbon.
  2. Elizabeth Bear is a strong and gritty writer.
  3. Elizabeth Bear was born on the same say as Frodo and Bilbo Baggins, but in a different year.

Elyne Mitchell

  1. Elyne Mitchell is a brillant author who can discribe the Australian bushland wonderfully.
  2. Elyne Mitchell is an exquisite writer, and i was recently saddened to hear of her death - but all the wonderful stories will live on in her memory.

Eric Maschwitz

  1. Eric Maschwitz was a man of great charm who new simply everybody in show-business.
  2. Eric Maschwitz was an Englishman who worked in many areas of show business.
  3. Eric Maschwitz was first married to Hermione Gingold , who was granted a divorce in 1945.

Frank Lovece

  1. Frank Lovece is a free-lance writer.
  2. Frank Lovece is a freelance writer.
  3. Frank Lovece is an American journalist, author, comedy performer and comic-book writer.

Fred Newman

  1. Fred Newman is a philosopher, psychotherapist, playwright and political activist and the creator of therapeutic modality called Social Therapy.
  2. Fred Newman is a psychotherapist, writer, director and leading Marxist theorist.
  3. Fred Newman is an actor and writer known for his vocal sound effects, creating assorted pops, clicks, whirrs, and animal noises unaided.
  4. Fred Newman is a partner in the New York City-based law firm of Hoguet Newman & Regal.
  5. Fred Newman is a partner in the New York City-based law firm of Hoguet Newman & Regal.

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