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  • | nationality = [[American literature|American]] '''John Crowley''' (born December 1, 1942) is an American author of fantasy, science fiction and mainstream fiction. He studied at [[
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  • '''Lou Cameron''' (June 20, 1924 – November 25, 2010) was an American novelist <ref name=wca>[http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=au%3A%22Lou+Came ...t written stories, "The Last G.I.," is a science Other fiction story about American soldiers struggling to survive in a nuclear battlefield. It appeared in ''R
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  • ...who lived in Africa about 60,000 years ago. However, she holds her Native American culture dear. Her anthropological background, history, myth and vast life e [[Category:Native American writers]]
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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 [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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  • '''Elvira Woodruff''' (born June 19, 1951) is an American children's writer. She typically includes "elements of fantasy and history ...of a group of children who are magically "transported back in time to the American Revolution".<ref name=PAbook/>
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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 [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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  • | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American novelist [[Category:American political writers]]
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  • [[Category:20th-century American novelists]] [[Category:21st-century American novelists]]
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  • ...lso writes under the [[nom de plume]] "Chris Curry", is an [[United States|American]] [[Horror fiction|horror]] [[writer]] born in [[Los Angeles]], [[Californi | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American writer
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  • | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American writer [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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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= [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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  • ...l|website = www.warawriters.com|accessdate = 2015-10-09}}</ref> While male novelists such as [[William Gaddis]], [[Thomas Pynchon]], [[John Updike]], and [[Davi [[Category:Male novelists]]
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  • '''Pamela Holm''' is an American author<ref name=amzn>{{cite web|title=Books by Pamela Holm|url=http://www.a | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American writer
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  • '''Gary Raisor''' is an American [[Horror fiction|horror]] author best known for the novels ''Less Than Huma |SHORT DESCRIPTION= American horror writer
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  • | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American actor, writer [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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  • '''Fred Waitzkin''' (born in 1943 in [[Massachusetts]]) is an American novelist and writer for ''[[The New York Times]]'' ''Sunday Magazine'', ''[ [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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  • | nationality = American '''Robert Blake Whitehill''' is an American screenwriter and thriller writer, creator of the [[Ben Blackshaw]] series,
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  • '''James Howard Hatfield''' (January 7, 1958 – July 18, 2001) was an American author. ...tunate Son (Hatfield)|''Fortunate Son: George W. Bush and the Making of an American President'']]. (1999). Soft Skull Press. ISBN 1-887128-84-0 (third edition,
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  • ...and a writer at First Culture, an online entertainment company founded by American dancer, singer-songwriter and choreographer, [[Jeffrey Daniel]].<ref>http:/ [[Category:20th-century short story writers]]
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  • | nationality = American '''Jacqueline Ashley Casto''' was an American writer of [[romance novel]]s. Her pseudonyms include '''Jackie Black''', ''
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