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This is a list of notable women writers.

See also individual lists of women writers by nationality

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  • Lily Unden (1908–1989), Luxembourg poet and painter
  • O. V. Usha (born 1948), Malayalam poet, novelist and short story writer
  • Bea Uusma (born 1966), Swedish children's writer, non-fiction writer, illustrator, medical doctor
  • Uvavnuk (fl. early 20th century), Inuit poet
  • Mellie Uyldert (1908–2009), Dutch astrologer, numerous best-selling esoteric works
  • Buket Uzuner (born 1955), Turkish novelist, short story writer, travel writer

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  • Xi Xi (born 1938), Chinese novelist and poet
  • Xia Jia (born 1984), Chinese science-fiction and fantasy writer
  • Xiao Hong (1911–1942), Chinese writer
  • Xie Daoyun (before 340–after 399), Chinese poet, scholar
  • Bing Xin (1900–1999), Chinese writer
  • Yu Xuanji (844–869 or 871), Chinese poet
  • Xu Hui (627–650), Chinese poet
  • Xu Kun (born 1965), Chinese postmodern fiction writer
  • Lady Xu Mu (fl. 7th century BC), Chinese poet
  • Xue Xinran (born 1958), Chinese journalist, author
  • Rao Xueman (born 1972), Chinese novelist, short story writer, essayist and blogger

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  • Zuo Fen (c. 255–300), Chinese poet
  • Katka Zupančič (1889–1967), Slovenian children's poet, short story writer, playwright
  • Unica Zürn (1916–1970), German poet and painter
  • Cvijeta Zuzorić (1552–1648), Serbian lyric poet
  • Rose Zwi (born 1928), Mexican-born South African-Australian novelist and short story writer
  • Fay Zwicky (1933–2017), Australian poet and academic
  • Rajzel Żychlińsky (1910–2001), Polish-American Yiddish poet

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  1. ^ "Burchill, Elizabeth (1908–2003)". trove.nla.gov.au. OCLC. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Shirley Fenton Huie". worldcat.org. OCLC. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
  3. ^ Retrieved 15 November 2016.
  4. ^ "2014 Global Ebook Awards Winners". Global EBook Awards.
  5. ^ "Gaele Sobott". austlit.edu.au. University of Queensland. Retrieved 19 January 2018.

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