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  • | occupation = [[Novelist]], [[musician]], [[comics artist]] '''Andrew Goldfarb''' is a musician, artist, and novelist living in San Francisco, California. He is a member of the [[bizarro ficti
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  • | occupation = filmmaker, novelist, short story writer '''Eric Shapiro''' (born June 26, 1978) is an American [[author]] of [[novel]]s, [[short story|short stories]], and essays, as wel
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  • | occupation = [[Novelist]], [[short story writer]] '''Caleb J. Ross''' (born Caleb Ross, August 20, 1982, in Adak, Alaska) is an American writer of [[literary fiction|literary]] [[noir fiction]] and [[literary fic
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  • Roosevelt is also a novelist. In a 2005 ''[[New York Times]]'' review of Roosevelt's novel ''In the Shad | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American writer and lawyer
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  • | nationality = American '''Robert Lovelle Rooks''' (born September 19, 1981 - ) is an American author of novels and blogs. Rooks was born in [[Wichita Falls, TX]] on the
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  • {{BLP sources|date=June 2012}}'''Hugh Zachary''' (born 1928) is an American [[novelist]] who has written numerous science fiction novels, under his own name as we [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=Mark Henry (novelist)|timestamp=20140521225630|year=2014|month=May|day=21|substed=yes|help=off}} <!-- For administrator use only: {{Old AfD multi|page=Mark Henry (novelist)|date=21 May 2014|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • '''Michael Hickins''' (born May 1, 1961) is an American fiction writer, [[journalist]], and news editor. He currently works as an e |SHORT DESCRIPTION = Novelist
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  • ...d Reddish''' (born August 19, 1980, [[Kankakee, Illinois]]) is an American novelist and screenwriter. Reddish is perhaps best known for writing the 2012 novel | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American writer
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  • | nationality = [[United States|American]] ...duced several short books for Haldeman-Julius Publications. Under the same male pseudonym, Shumate became the first woman ever to write for [[Esquire (maga
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  • | #092 || March 23, 2011 || [[Jim Norton (American comedian)|Jim Norton]], Brian Redban || Comedian, Radio Personality from [[ ...28, 2012 || [[Jim Norton (American comedian)|Jim Norton]], Brian Redban || American comedian, Radio Personality from [[Opie & Anthony]], Author, and Actor || 2
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  • ...tle=Kenneth Eade|author=|date=|work=californiabirthindex.org}}</ref> is an American lawyer, <ref>http://members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/Member/Detail/93774</ref> fil ...italjournal.com}}</ref> The story follows a rogue scientist working for an American biotech firm who goes on the run from authorities after stealing informatio
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  • ...hrough it is forthcoming from [[Penguin Books]]. His father is the Russian-American writer, broadcaster, and cultural critic [[Alexander Genis]]. [[Category:American journalists]]
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  • ...nym A. M. Barnard. Her coming of age novel, Little Women, is considered an American classic. Alcott wrote “under pen names, in part, because of a gender bias Other female writers who took on male pen names include: French novelist George Sand, who was actually Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin, baronne Dudevant
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  • ...pers examine technology and contemporary trends. [8] Son of Paul Mandel, a novelist and Life Magazine editor, [9] Mandel grew up in Manhattan, [10] graduating ...lar culture. [18] One of the early titles for young children about African-American baseball players from the 1960s, ''Say Hey!'' was followed by several pictu
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  • | nationality = American '''Douglas P. Wojtowicz''' (born January 10, 1970) is an American [[Pulp fiction (genre)|pulp fiction]] [[writer]] from [[Chicago, Illinois]
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  • Tim read English and American Literature at Warwick University, graduating with a 2:1 (Hons). [[Category:English male singers]]
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  • |SHORT DESCRIPTION= American graphic novelist [[Category:American Jews]]
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  • '''Thomas S. Gressman''' (born November, 1957) is an [[United States|American]] [[science fiction]] [[List of science fiction authors|author]].<ref name= |SHORT DESCRIPTION= Novelist
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  • '''Stephen W. Gee''' is a fantasy novelist. He is the author of ''[[Wage Slave Rebellion]]''.<ref>{{cite web |url=http [[Category:21st-century American novelists]]
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