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  • ...as listed as a "Distinguished Mystery Story of 2004" in the book "The Best American Mystery Stories, 2005," edited by [[Joyce Carol Oates]] and [[Otto Penzler] ...et in Hollywood, was published in 2013. Mallory has written more than 120 short stories for adults and children, including a series of mysteries starring a
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  • | nationality = American ...es/s2209280.htm|accessdate=June 21, 2013}}</ref> He is a leader in Central American Mission Partners, a [[human rights group]]. As a representative of this gro
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  • ...ey're disturbing and scary because they're funny." "Gary is one of the few writers I've ever read that realizes humor and horror are truly opposite sides of a ...'Lady Madonna'' by [[Nancy Holder]], which won the [[Bram Stoker Award for Short Fiction]] in 1991.
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  • '''Ben Campbell Johnson''' (born 1932 in [[Elba, Alabama]]) is an American ordained minister in the [[Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)]] and a Professor E * ''The Jesus Story: The Most Remarkable Life of All Time''. Geneva Press, 2000.
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  • | name = Manitonquat (Medicine Story) | birth_name = Francis Story Talbot
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  • | notableworks = ''Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System---and '''Andrew Ross Sorkin''' (born February 19, 1977) is an [[United States|American]] journalist and author. He is a financial columnist for ''[[The New York T
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  • Dr. '''Mark Nelson''' (born 29 May 1947) is an American ecologist and author based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A. He is the found *Alling, A. and Nelson, M. 1993. Life Under Glass: The Inside Story of Biosphere 2. Biosphere Press: Tucson, AZ.
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  • *[[Totò]] (1898–1967), actor. Likened by international film critics to the American film comic [[Buster Keaton]]<ref>[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic ...English-speaking film debut as Princess Aura in [[Flash Gordon]] in 1980. American movies she appeared in include ''[[Oscar (1991 film)|Oscar]]'' (1991) and '
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  • ...cGill's primary partner in the Goodwill Treaty project since its launch is American singer and songwriter, [[Susaye Greene]].<ref>WGCH AM 1490, Boston, Frankie ...eight, McGill has become a health and wellness advocate and has shared his story as an expert speaker at summits and training seminars with Frank Ferrante o
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  • | nationality = American '''Andrew Grant "Andy" Peterson''' (born 1958) is an American [[novelist]] best known for his espionage [[thrillers]], the Nathan McBride
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  • '''Michael Greenburg''' (born April 29, 1951) is an American writer, producer and director. He was born in San Antonio Texas and grew up ...of [[HBO Sports|HBO SPORTS]]<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/6778943/ross-greenburg-resigns-president-hbo-sports|title=Greenburg re
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  • ...orter, Washington Post|url=http://www.ajr.org/article.asp?id=317|publisher=American Journalism Review|accessdate=October 26, 2012}}</ref> ...ion, [[The Martian Chronicles]]. Instantly hooked on science fiction short story writing, Maszak asked his English teacher to suggest other authors. Two rec
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  • ...iter of male/male mystery, adventure, and romance. In addition to numerous short stories, novellas, and novels, she is the author of the critically acclaime **''Stranger Things Have Happened: An Adrien English Write Your Own Damn Story'' (2013) – JustJoshin Publishing, Inc., ISBN 978-1-937909-30-7 (print, co
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  • ...sonal life than about the restaurant being reviewed. She transitioned from male to female during her tenure as a Guardian writer, initially writing as Dan * ''The Meaning of Lunch'' (2000) (short story collection) ISBN 0-9666028-7-0
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  • | occupation = novelist, short story writer, editor ...written 17 novels, in addition to screenplays and published collections of short stories.<ref name="LauwersCapeAuthors"/><ref name="BoatwrightHorror">{{cite
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  • ...uages. Fahy lives in [[San Diego]], [[California]] and has been married to American [[Model (profession)|model]] and [[actress]] [[Neith Hunter]] since 2009. ...literary awards]] taking first place in the local [[public library]] short story contest and a [[National Council of Teachers of English]] (NCTE) essay awar
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  • '''Gerald Welch''' (born Gerald Mason Welch September 10, 1964) is an American [[novelist]], [[artist]], [[musician]] and [[Film director|director]]. He i ...ovel was in 1987, entitled “Born a Warrior”. Later, Welch retooled the story and it eventually became “The Last Witness”.
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  • '''Brian "Elwood" Reid''' is an American novelist, television and short-story writer. ==Short story collections==
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  • | nationality = [[Americans|American]] ...rdon]] during the winter of 2014 formed the basis for the March 2015 cover story of Rue Morgue.<ref>[http://horror487.rssing.com/chan-6200180/all_p27.html H
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  • | nationality = American ...(born September 3, 1971) is an American [[novelist]], [[short story|short-story]] writer, [[critic]], [[biographer]], [[editor]], [[playwright]] and Englis
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