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  • | occupation = filmmaker, novelist, short story writer ...born June 26, 1978) is an American [[author]] of [[novel]]s, [[short story|short stories]], and essays, as well as a feature [[filmmaker]].
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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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  • ...ed with the publication of several independent magazines, including ''[[Il Male]]'', ''Cannibale'', and ''Frigidaire''. ...tana''']''' -'''</strong>'' ''(2006) Sam Durant,'' Scenes from the Pilgrim Story: Goodbye Merrymount'', Galleria Emi Fontana, Milan, Italy - (2004) Sam Dura
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  • | nationality = American ...Marc Rene adapted from the classic [[E.M. Forster]] science fiction short story ''[[The Machine Stops]]''. He was the co-creator and co-writer with Brian M
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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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  • ...er|isbn=0062063006|pages=288|url=http://www.amazon.com/Fire-Horizon-Untold-Story-Disaster/dp/B005UVRZFC/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1}}</ref> For the book, Konrad use ...in Transocean’s offices, the government officials—no one had the full story. I wanted to get all the stories and piece them together.<ref>{{cite web|la
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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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  • '''Faye Flam''' is an American journalist. She has written for ''Science Magazine'' and wrote two weekly c Flam chose a [[Rankings of universities in the United States| top-ten ranked American university
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  • '''C. Coutney Joyner''' is an American author, film script writer, director and an occasional actor. He is also th ...y Boggs presented Joyner with an award for "Outstanding Service to Western Writers of America".<ref>Western Boutique and Cultural Center [http://www.outwestmk
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  • '''Rod Labbe''' (born November 2, 1952) is an [[United States|American]] author and film journalist, known for his coverage of [[Stephen King]] fi ...lle High School in 1971. His interest in writing started young as he wrote short stories for his own enjoyment.<ref name="LabbeInterview">{{cite news|url=ht
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  • ...rator of Mid-20th Century"], Lotta's critical review of ''Mao: The Unknown Story'' by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday.</ref> | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American scholar
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  • ...epreneurism, research, educational [[multi-touch]] books, speeches, dance, short clips Greco has created and participated in numerous short films and clips, international dance events, tools for fitness/dance educat
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  • | gender = male | ethnicity = American of Indonesian (Javanese) and Filipino (Hiligaynon) ancestry
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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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  • '''M. William Phelps''' is an American [[crime writer]], [[investigative journalist]] and author. ...veting new book" that "examines one of the most horrific murders in recent American history."<ref>{{cite web|url=http://nypost.com/2012/02/26/psycho-17-year-ol
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  • ...coursework at NYU (Stand-up Comedy), UCLA Writers Studio ([[UCLA Extension Writers' Program]]) (Film & TV writing), [[The Second City]] (Improv Comedy) and [[ ...o Show |publisher=Mexxywood.tv |date= |accessdate=2012-09-19}}</ref> and a short documentary<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1543686/|title=P
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  • '''William Karl Thomas''' (bornJanuary 25, 1933) is an American book author, screenwriter, songwriter, and cinematographer whose works cent *''Hollywood Tales from the Outer Fringe'', a short story anthology, Media Maestro 2012<ref>http://www.mediamaestro.net/anthology.htm
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  • ...13/04/henry_rollins_joe_cole_and_ame.php|title=Henry Rollins: Joe Cole and American Gun Violence|publisher=[[LA Weekly]]|date=April 11, 2013|accessdate=August Henry Rollins included Cole's story in his spoken word performances.<ref>{{cite web|work=[[DVD Verdict]]|title=
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  • '''Brad Schreiber''' is an American playwright, screenwriter, author, journalist, essayist, literary consultant ...actress, writer, writing instructor as well as founder of the Foster City Writers Contest.<ref>[http://www.webcitation.org/query?url=http://www.geocities.com
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  • '''Michael Rosen''' is an American writer, producer, and director in film, television, and digital media. Rose ...executive producer on ''Breach'', directed by Jonny Zwick, which tells the story of [[whaling in Iceland|Iceland’s illegal whale hunting]] and executive p
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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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  • ...nd one of which won the [[National Society of Arts and Letters]] award for Short Stories. Ortega-Medina’s collection ''Jerusalem Ablaze: Stories of Love a ...ukio Mishima]], won the [[National Society of Arts and Letters]] award for Short Stories.<ref>http://bookanista.com/swaddling-clothes/</ref>
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  • | nationality = American ...Tale (novel)|Splintered: A Political Fairy Tale]]<ref>http://www.cbs58.com/story/35035428/in-trump-presidency-life-mirrors-satirical-art</ref>''.
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  • ...rs |date=January 31, 2007 |access-date=2017-10-10 }}</ref> is an [[African American]] [[filmmaker]], [[script supervisor]] and [[screenwriter]]. She has worked ...|American Gangster]]''.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hollywood.com/movies/american-gangster-59185889/credits/|title=FULL CAST AND CREDITS|work=Hollywood.com|y
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  • | nationality = American ...ssful writer of golden era [[Hardboiled|hard-boiled]] detective novels and short stories (active 1925–1935). Abner's death in 1935 led to him being nearly
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  • '''Ibrahim Ashmawey''' (born July 9, 1985) is an American writer, actor, and producer.<ref name = IMDB>{{cite web|url=http://www.imdb ...|work=[[Asbury Park Press]]|publisher=[[USA Today]]|url=http://www.app.com/story/entertainment/2015/11/01/keith-david-boiling-pot-and-more/74758046/}}</ref>
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  • ...born as Muhammad Sajid {{lang-ur|محمد ساجد}}) is an [[Urdu]] short story writer from Pakistan.<ref>[http://www.facebook.com/khakan.sajid.1]</ref> Hi ...=2000 lancashire library listing]</ref> ''Adamzad'', a book containing his short stories, was published in 2008.
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  • | nationality = American ...Morris''' (born October 28, 1968) is a contemporary [[American literature|American author]] of [[Fantasy Writing|Epic Fantasy]], [[Detective novels|Detective
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  • | nationality = American '''David Gregory McAfee''' (February 23, 1989) is an American [[author]] and [[journalist]]. McAfee is an atheist and a critic of [[bibli
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  • ...ncluding [[science fiction]], [[nonfiction]], mystery fiction, and [[short story]] '''Dennis Herrick''' is an American author.
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  • | nationality = [[Russia|Russian]] American '''Shalom Kolontarov''' is a Russian-American actor, author, and screenwriter, best known for his work on "Mobsters Betra
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  • | nationality = American | awards = Walter Lantz Award <br /> Gold Medal, Best short, New York Independent Film Festival
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  • ...here the haphazard exercises of power by [[self-serving]] forces, fall far short of order or [[Civility|modern politics]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.do * ''Flying Serpents and Dragons: The Story of Mankind's Reptilian Past'', R. A. Boulay, 2010
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  • ...and reform. He was the only foreigner chosen.<ref>{{cite book|title=China Story|year=2006|publisher=Chinacitic Press|pages=127–157}}</ref> In 2018, he took on the role of openly advocating for China in a series of short TV films produced by China's state TV, CGTN. In the midst of widespread ala
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  • {{short description|American serial entrepreneur and Muslim intellectual}} | citizenship = [[Americans|American]]
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  • | nationality = American *[[Short story writer]]
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  • ...December 24, 1961, in [[Ypsilanti, Michigan]]) is an American poet, short story writer and filmmaker who was at the forefront of the [[performance poetry]] ...te Fellowship from the Texas Center for Writers (now [[Michener Center for Writers]]). Through excellent timing, he was able to use the fellowship to stay hom
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  • |American actress who was nominated for the [[Academy Award for Best Supporting Actre |American film, stage and television actress. Spoke out about her abortion in the 199
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  • {{Use American English|date=April 2019}} | nationality = American
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  • {{short description|American author and Scientology critic}} | nationality = American
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  • ...f You Love This Planet]] – which won the 1982 Oscar for Best Documentary Short, and was labelled political propaganda from a foreign country by the Ronald ...r a proper hearing from the journal. The paper agrees and runs a follow-up story four days later.
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  • | occupation = American science fiction writer and academic administrator '''Jan Howard Finder''' (March 2, 1939&nbsp;– February 26, 2013) was an American [[academic administration|academic administrator]], [[career counseling|car
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  • |nationality = American '''Stephen Giles Collins''' (9 February, 1958) is an American-born writer and underground filmmaker living in [[Amsterdam]], [[the Nether
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  • ==Novels and short stories== ...than of Athos|Athos]]{{snd}}[[Lois McMaster Bujold]]'s [[Ethan of Athos]] (male-only society)
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  • The following is a list of one-time characters from the American animated television comedy series ''[[The Simpsons]]''. ...for a nuclear power plant. Adil is returned to Albania in exchange for an American spy, also a child, caught in Albania.{{sfn|Richmond & Coffman|1997 |p=27}}
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  • ...rds'', he was also the creator of ''MooBeard the Cow Pirate''; an animated short from [[Nickelodeon]]'s ''[[Random! Cartoons]]''. ...ozza also did some animation for a cartoon short called "Da Heist" for the American animation studio, Fantasimation Inc. located in Levittown, New York<ref nam
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  • '''William H. Coles, M.D., M.S., FACS,''' is an American ophthalmic trauma surgeon, and a writer of literary fiction. ...ng his 27-year surgical career, Coles was a researcher, a regent for the [[American College of Surgeons]], and president of the Association of University Profe
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  • ...e borrowed from ''City on Fire'', a claim he later illustrated via his own short film, ''Who Do You Think You're Fooling?'',<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/wa In July 2013, White broke the story of Lianne "Spiderbaby" MacDougall plagiarizing articles.<ref>[http://defame
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  • ...He is the author of the [[literary novel]] ''[[Happy Face]]'' and [[short story collection]] ''Remember Legend''. He also writes social commentary via The [[Category:21st-century American novelists]]
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  • {{short description|Poet and short story writer}} ...firmament, Natiq has published two volumes of poetry and one collection of short stories. His latest has been featured in ''Granta'' magazine's special issu
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  • {{short description|American poet}} | nationality = American
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  • | nationality = American '''Steven Philip Jones''' (born March 20, 1960) is an American writer. His works include the horror series ''Lovecraftian'' as well as ada
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  • ...r Images - Behind The Voice Actors |access-date=25 July 2019}}</ref> is an American voice actor, writer, singer, musician and production manager best known for ...]]''. He also sang the song "[[High Hopes (1959 song)|High Hopes]]" on the American detective series ''[[Hudson Street (TV series)|Hudson Street]]''.
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  • ...humbnail Press. The title, ''Participants'', takes its name from the first story in the collection, which is about a young man making ends meet by participa ...ty of forms—give these stories a collective arc perhaps unusual to short story collections. Also unusual, at a time when promiscuity and sexuality almost
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  • ...lso known as Georges Foy and G.F. Michelsen) is a [[French American|French-American]] novelist, essayist, and magazine journalist, and professor of creative wr .... . . . Much of the thrill of reading comes from the fact that a well made story-world . . . is as uncontrollable as Frankenstein’s creation. It’s an un
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  • {{Short description|Wikimedia list article}} {{Use American English|date=March 2019}}
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  • {{short description|Anonymous writer}} ...andom Reddit discussion threads.<ref name="The Guardian 5 May 2016" /> The story, sometimes referred to by others as the ''Interface series'', touches on su
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