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  • Abreu, Ja-ne de Brazilian-American, Author of award winning The Energy Inside Valsin's Choices. Also author of award winning non-fiction book, Sassy Food and co-author of award winning book Chasing the Surge[1]
  • Maree Agland - co-author of The Adventures of Mystics & Merrymakers
  • Sinan Alili, (born May 26, 1984 in Oslo, Norway) is a Norwegian writer, actor, producer and founder of StarReel Entertainment. He's best known for his work on Arrow, Seventh Son, Lego The Movie and Need For Speed. Links: [24], [25], [26], [27], [28], [29], [30], [31]
  • Hasan Alizadeh Iranian poet; Born 1947 in Mashhad, Iran; Author of Diary of House Arrest (Rūznama-yi tabʿīd, 2003) and Blue Bicycle (Ducharkha-yi ābī, 2015). Links: [32], [33], [34], [35], [36]
  • Robert T. Anderson (poet), Canadian poet, firefighter, soldier, and historian. Lived August 2, 1880-April 3,1960. Born in Rapid City, Manitoba, died in Edmonton, Alberta. Was regarded as the Kipling of the Kooteneays, or the Bard of Lemon Creek. Subject matter mostly the places, people, heritage, and experience of Western Canada and the First World War. In 1906, became the fourth member of the Edmonton fire department. Served for the entire duration of WWI, receiving the Military Medal in 1916. Later, a bard and historian of the Highland Games Association. Published three books of poetry: The Old Timer and Other Poems (1909), Canadian Born and Other Western Verse (1913), Troopers in France (1932). These represent the first books of poetry to actually be published in Alberta, and are of a more northern character in contrast to other contemporary Alberta poets. Many of his poems were also published in newspapers in Slocan and Edmonton, but at least one ("The Message of Grief", 1901) reached Toronto and Vancouver papers and other poems reached the Caledonian Society of Melbourne. "Comrades of the War Years" has also been presented as a response to McCrae's "In Flanders Fields", including by Jonathan F. Vance the military historian. Also wrote at least two articles for Edinburgh-based Scotia: The Journal of the St. Andrews Society, of which he was an honorary member. [37], [38], [39], [40], [41], [42], [43], [44] (pg.328), [45], [46], [47], [48], [49](pg.82-83), [50], [51], [52] (pg.271), [53] (pgs. 18-23, 49-50, 65-70, 118), [54], [55]
  • Steve Anderson (author), American writer, born 1966. Author of the Kaspar Brothers novels (The Losing Role, Liberated, Lost Kin) among other books. Under False Flags is the prequel to his novel The Preserve (2019). Anderson was a Fulbright Fellow in Germany and is a translator of bestselling German fiction as well as a freelance editor. Anderson has also written short stories and screenplays and was a Quarterfinalist in the 2009 Nicholl Fellowships in screenwriting. He lives in Portland, Oregon. See his website
    • News articles covering his novels, translations and more, from the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, The Oregonian, The Portland Tribune, and The Big Thrill magazine (among others): [56], [57], [58], [59], [60], [61], [62], [63], [64], [65]
  • Ajith Antony Dr. Ajith Antony is an Indian author from Kerala, India.[2] He also works as a resident in the Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology in Goa Medical College, Bambolim, Goa [3]. He mostly writes Indian crime as well as fantasy under his real name. He is known for his crime thriller titled ‘Police Surgeon’ [4]and he currently resides in the coastal state of Goa. He writes western fantasy under the pen name of A.J. Antony.
  • Huda Ayaz - author of Angie Moon and the Legends: The Speedster
  • Marchel Alverson Marchel Alverson is a versatile writer/editor with over 20 years of experience in newspapers, magazines, marketing, public relations, creative writing, social media and website development. She is the author of Kissed by Madness, Painted on Souls, and Savor the Sweetness. Link: [66], [67], [68], [69], [70]

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  • Heather Clark (author), American author, literary critic and academic. Finalist for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Biography for her book “Red Comet: The Short Life and Blazing Art of Sylvia Plath,” published by Knopf in 2020. Red Comet was a New York Times Top 10 Book of 2021, and won the Truman Capote Prize for Literary Criticism and the Slightly Foxed Prize for Best First Biography. Clark was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award and the LA Times Book Prize in Biography. Red Comet was a Book of the Year in many publications. Clark is a 2022 Guggenheim Fellow and Professor of Contemporary Poetry at the University of Huddersfield. She has a BA from Harvard and a PhD in English from Oxford. Her two other prize-winning books are The Ulster Renaissance: Poetry in Belfast 1962-1972 and The Grief of Influence: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes. Both are published by Oxford University Press. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Harvard Review, Time, Times Literary Supplement, Air Mail, Lit Hub, and elsewhere. Her website is with links to awards and articles.
  • Kara Lee Corthron, American screenwriter, novelist and playwright. Author of "Daughters of Jubilation," [88] "The Truth of Right Now," [89] and many plays. She is a TV writer and producer and has written for "YOU," [90] "Servant," [91] and "The Flight Attendant" [92].
  • Camille Cabrera, author, entrepreneur, and writer. Born in California, she has written over three mystery and suspense novels centered around holidays. She currently has six novels either released or set for release and has had her work mentioned in renown news outlets. You can reference her works at [93] and [94]
  • Carmen Capuano, author, screenwriter and playwright. Born in Glasgow in 1966, she lives in Worcestershire and is the author of multiple genre books and screenplays.
  • Simon Chapple, British author, public speaker and sobriety coach. Author of The Sober Survival Guide — has featured in national press, radio and TV, see his blog at [96]
  • John Corr (born November 23, 1977) author, professor, martial artist. Author of Eight Times Up (Orca Book Publishers, 2019), short-listed for Hamilton Literary Awards 2020. Professor at Mohawk College. Served as academic faculty at Wilfrid Laurier University, Laurier Brantford (WLU), McMaster University, University of Guelph, and St. Jerome's University (UWaterloo). Held Writing Centre positions at Laurier Brantford (WLU)and McMaster University School of Graduate Studies. Holds rank of Sandan (3rd degree black belt) with Aikido Yoshinkai Canada. [97]
  • Rachel Crance - co-author of The Adventures of Mystics & Merrymakers

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  • S. J. Dahlstrom, American writer of fiction and poetry, five-time winner of Will Rogers Medallion, National Cowboy Hall of Fame Wrangler three-time winner, Western Writers of America Spur winner, three-time Lamplighter Finalist for his series "The Adventures of Wilder Good." Links: [100], [101], [102], [103], [104], [105]
  • K. DaWayne, born March 13, 1967, an American fiction and preadolescent fiction writer, author of Me and My Alter Ego series and other books including My Alter Ego Gone Wild, Me and My Alter Ego: Love-N-Business, It's Not About The Ego, Me and My Alter Ego II: Here Comes Jack, Bitter Fruit, April and Jackson's Emotional Rollercoaster, One Step Ahead, and Malinda's Milk and Honey. Link:[106], [107], [108], [109], [110], [111], [112], [113]
  • Colette Davenat, contemporary French novelist, who writes historical fiction. Many of her numerous works have been translated into German and English. Requested 6 August 2021.
  • Hajim S. Davičo, Serbian Jewish author who lived from 1854-1918. Held diplomatic positions representing Serbia as well as wrote short stories about Jewish life in Belgrade. Stories are of ethnographic interest as they describe Belgrade's Sephardic community at a time when more of the community was beginning to assimilate into wider Serbian society. Links: [114], [115], [116]. Mentioned in Wikipedia articles Dorćol and Serbia–Spain relations.
  • Sarah Deming, American writer and journalist, married to jazz pianist Ethan Iverson. Journalist, former staff writer for Stiff Jab and author of three YA books. Sarah is a former New York State Golden Gloves Champion and currently coaches boxing in New York City. Sarah has been awarded MacDowell Fellowship and Pushcart Prize. Links: [135], [136], [httpRobert://], [137], [138]
  • Faye Rapoport DesPres, American memoirist, children’s book author, fiction writer and essayist, author of the memoir-in-essays Message From a Blue Jay (Buddhapuss Ink, 2014), the Stray Cat Stories Children’s Book series (Writer’s Coffee Bar Press), and publications in a wide variety of literary journals. Faye is also an animal and wildlife advocate who donates a portion of the proceeds from her children’s books to animal rescue organizations. Links: [149], [150], [151], [152], [153], [154] [155] [156] [157]
  • Diabolical Plots, science fiction and fantasy publication, edited by David Steffen. Founded in 2008, has been publishing original short fiction since 2015. Fiction published in Diabolical Plots has been been reprinted in Best Science Fiction of the Year, and The Best of British Fantasy, finalist for the Hugo Award For Best Short Story, The Locus Award for Best Short Story, and winner of the Nebula Award for Best Short Story. The same people who run it also publish the annual Long List Anthology as well as running The Submission Grinder tool for writers to find publishers for their work. Links: [158], [159], [160], [161], [162], [163]

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  • Dara Yen Elerath is an American poet. She is the author of Dark Braid, which won the 2019 John Ciardi Prize for Poetry and was published by BkMk Press [172] in 2020. Her work has appeared in the American Poetry Review [173], AGNI [174], Poet Lore [175], Poetry Magazine [176], High Country News [177] and elsewhere. Her debut collection was featured in Oprah Winfrey’s [178] magazine Oprah Daily [179] as one of the 29 best poetry books as recommended by acclaimed writers. She is a graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts MFA in Creative Writing program [180] and received a degree in visual art from the University of New Mexico [181]. Additional links here: [182],[183].
  • Ben Egginton, English novelist, author of historical fiction novels and textbooks, including The Chronicles of Ascension series (2019) and Shorthand SOS (2019) — see his author page at [184]
  • Joshua Emlen - Author, Technology Enthusiast, Developer; born in Colorado. Author of The Secret Of Bright Inn [185]. His website is reachable at [186] [9]
  • Robert Elwes, English Irish Musical Travel Diarist; born in Scunthorpe England. Author of Die Schokiberg Chronik (2003) and 52 Love Letters from the Lake (2020). Links: [199]

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  • Latorial Faison (born April 14, 1973) American writer, poet, educator, and author of Mother to Son, Twenty-eight Days of Poetry Celebrating Black History, Love Poems, I Am Woman, Kendall's Golf Lesson, Secrets of My Soul, and Immaculate Perceptions. Military spouse and 2018 winner of the Tom Howard Poetry Prize sponsored by Winning Writers. English professor and 2018 finalist for the Furious Flower Poetry Prize, semi-finalist for the 2018 Wheeler Poetry Prize and the North Street Book Prize. [200]
  • Nora Fares - American novelist, author of Sunflowers in Bloom and In Our Bones ([201])
  • Lazlo Ferran was educated near Oxford. During the English author's extraordinary life, he has been an aeronautical engineering student, dispatch rider, graphic designer, full-time busker, guitarist and singer, recording two albums. Having grown up in rural Buckinghamshire Lazlo says: “The beautiful Chiltern Hills offered the ideal playground for a child’s mind, in contrast to the ultra-strict education system of Bucks.” Brought up as a Buddhist, he has travelled widely, surviving a student uprising in Athens and living for a while in Cairo, just after Sadat’s assassination. Later, he spent some time in Central Asia and was only a few blocks away from gunfire during an attempt to storm the government buildings of Bishkek in 2006. He has a keen interest in theologies and philosophies of the Far East, Middle East, Asia and Eastern Europe. After a long and successful career within the science industry, Lazlo Ferran left to concentrate on writing, to continue exploring the landscapes of truth. Among his books are Ordo Lupus and the Temple Gate [202], The Devil's Own Dice [203], Too Bright the Sun [204], The Hole Inside the Earth Volume 1: [205], December Radio Volume 1: [206] and Screaming Angels [207] - [208]
  • Bradda Field (1904-1957) Canadian-born writer, daughter of Agnes Herbert. She was author of The Earthen Lot, 1928; Small Town, 1931 (awarded Femina Vie Heureuse prize, 1932–1933); Grand Harbour, 1934; Miledi, 1942, published in America as Bride of Glory (Literary Guild choice) [209]
  • Mackenzie Flohr (born April 14, 1982) is a TV Screenwriter and young adult fantasy author. She is author of The Rite of Wands, BHC Press [211], The Rite of Abnegation[212], The Binge Watcher’s Guide to Doctor Who: A History Of Doctor Who And The First Female Doctor[213], Riverdale Avenue Books, and her short stories appear in the anthology collections The Whispered Tales of Graves Grove[214] (bestselling) and Unknown Realms[215], Fiction-Atlas Press. She has received awards from the Literary Classics Book Awards[216], the Foreword Magazine INDIES Book Awards[217], the Imadjinn Awards[218], the Royal Dragonfly Awards[219] and finalist in the International Book Awards, and Author Elite Awards. She was one of 35 writers worldwide chosen by Authority Magazine[220] for her expertise on writing compelling science fiction and fantasy stories. She holds a BA in Business Administration from Ashland University. [221]
  • Ele Fountain (born 1979) was a children's editor and now an author, of such books like Boy 87, 2018 (awarded the Waterstones Children's book award) and Lost, 2020. [226]

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  • Somrita Urni Ganguly, is a professor, and award-winning poet and literary translator. She is the editor of the first anthology of food poems "Quesadilla and Other Adventures: Food Poems" (2019), and has translated, among others, "Firesongs" (2019), "Shakuni: Master of the Game" (2019), and "The Midnight Sun: Love Lyrics and Farewell Songs" (2018). Links: [227], [228], [229], [230], [231], [232], [233]
  • Melissa Garrett American poet; Born 1993 in Carrollton, Texas; Author of Farewell to Solitude, Of Elegance and Quintessence, Harmony, and Tabitha Tearwater: Guardian on Ellis (a YA fiction novel). Garrett is also an LGBT rights activist and beauty pageant winner
  • Nael Gharzeddine, novelist, best selling author of “The Prophecies of Karma” ([234]) — see his page on Goodreads ([235]) , and his blog, writer, director, and award winning producer of short and feature films - see his page on IMDb ([236]), he is mentioned in the list of notable science fiction authors around the world on Wikipedia at List of science fiction authors and at ([237])
  • Bonnie Gillespie - author of Self-Management for Actors: Getting Down to (Show) Business, co-author of Acting Qs: Conversations with Working Actors
  • Jeyna Grace (born December 3, 1990) - Malaysian novelists with two novels: The Battle for Oz (published September 2015) and The Slave Prince (published May 2018) by Inkshares, she won the Geek & Sundry Fantasy Contest in 2016 and was nominated as a CLEO HotShot 2018 ([241])
  • Stefano Guarnieri (1425-1493) - Italian noble, diplomat, and humanist born in Osimo. Chancellor of Perugia from 1466 to 1488. An avid collector of classical texts. In the latter half of the 15th century he compiled the Codex Aesinas which included a direct copy of the recently-discovered Codex Hersfeldensis, a 9th century manuscript containing the Opera Minora of Tacitus, including the Germania, which had been considered a lost work until that point. Eight folia from the Agricola section of the Codex Aesinas are written in Carolingian minuscule script and are thought to be originals taken from the Codex Hersfeldensis, making them the only extant remnant of that lost manuscript.
  • Geoffrey Merrick has become legendary for his cutting edge fetish thrillers of damsels in distress, as well as their dangerous victimizers and the even more dangerous people who seek to find and free them. Starting with the pioneering publisher H.O.M. way back in the 1980s, he's now known throughout the web for his groundbreaking approach to the genre as well as his mass-market writing ability.

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  • Hokanson Anthony Drake is an author, photographer, editor and educator. Author of Lincoln Highway: Main Street across America [242] and Reflecting a Prairie Town: A Year in Peterson [243], coauthor of Purebred and Homegrown: America's County Fairs [244] and coeditor of America from the Air: An Aviator’s Story [245]. He has exhibited his photographs from coast to coast, and has contributed chapters and photographs to many books and exhibits. [] He is an Affiliate Fellow at the Center for Great Plains [246], has exhibited and lectured widely. [247] [248] [249] [250] [251] [252] [253] [254] [255] [256] [257] [258]
  • Hagood, Taylor, literary critic, teacher, biographer, and lecturer. A leading scholar of William Faulkner and Southern literary studies more broadly, he is the author of four works of literary criticism and a forthcoming biography of David "Stringbean" Akeman. He has also edited or co-edited three collections of critical essays, including Swamp Souths: Literary and Cultural Ecologies and Undead Souths: The Gothic and Beyond in Southern Literature and Culture. His book Faulkner, Writer of Disability won the C. Hugh Holman Award for Best Book in Southern Studies. He has held a Fulbright Professorship at the University of Munich and is currently Professor of English at Florida Atlantic University. Sources: [278], [279], [280], [281], [282], [283].
  • Zeb Haradon - author and filmmaker who wrote The Usurper King, a modern retelling of the Epic of Gilgamesh about an alternate reality where Ted Bundy becomes president in 2016. They also directed the documentary Waiting For NESARA (2004), about the NESARA cult/conspiracy theory, the precursor to QAnon, and two feature length movies made with generative AI tools: The Epic of Gilgamesh (2024) [284], and The Eternal Recurrence (2024) [285].
  • Jane Hemenway - co-author of The Adventures of Mystics & Merrymakers
  • Faylita Hicks - American poet, queer Afro-Latinx activist, and performer. Her poetry collection HoodWitch (Acre Books, 2019) was a finalist for the 2020 Lambda Literary Award for Bisexual Poetry, the 2019 Balcones Poetry Prize, and the 2019 Julie Suk Award. She was editor-in-chief of Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review. Hicks has received several awards, including Palette Poetry’s 2020 Sappho Award, 2020 Right of Return USA Fellowship for previously incarcerated artists, the 2020 Tin House Poet-in-Residence for poets working on a second collection, the 2020 Texas Commission on the Arts Touring Roster, the 2020 Best of Net Award for Poetry, and the 2019 Lambda Literary Writer’s Retreat for Emerging Writers Nonfiction fellowship.
    • As a performer, Hicks became the first black woman on the Austin Poetry Slam team when she became the 2009 Grand Slam Champion. She was also a 2009 Women of the World Poetry Slam finalist, a 2009 Famecast top three finalist, and a member of the 2008 Neo Soul Poetry Slam Team. Their work is anthologized in The Long Devotion: Poets Writing Motherhood and When There Are Nine, and has been featured in American Poetry Review, the Cincinnati Review, HuffPost, Kenyon Review, The Rumpus, Slate, Texas Observer, and others.
    • She was born in Gardena, California, but raised in Central Texas. Hicks received a BA in English from Texas State University-San Marcos in 2010 and an MFA in Creative Writing from Sierra Nevada University in 2018. Since 2013, Hicks has been on the roster for hip-hop collective Grid Squid Entertainment and released their third spoken word album, ONYX in June 2019. She has toured both nationally and internationally as a solo act since 2007, performing in more than 30 states, as well as in Jamaica and Canada. Hicks has performed at venues and festivals such as the Nuyorican Poets Café, Busboys and Poets, Chicago’s The Green Mill, San Antonio’s Tobin Center, Warehouse 508, Austin’s Pecan Festival, SXSW, EXSE, Rock the Republic Festival.
    • Her visual art has been on exhibition at the Texas State University’s Gallery of the Common Experience, the Insomnia Gallery in Houston, and featured in Five:2:One’s print magazine. Throughout her 16-year career, she has been billed alongside popular writers and artists such as Aaron Stephens, Airea Dee, Alesia Lani, Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson, Ashlee Haze, Barbara Youngblood Carr, Brian Turner, Brockhampton, Budd Powell Mahan, Carolyn Forché, and Camille Dungey.
    • An activist and member of the Statewide Leadership Council, established by the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition, she advocates for policy changes related to pretrial incarceration, immigrant detention, and the use of cash bail. Along with Mano Amiga, she advocated for the cite-and-release ordinance in the city of San Marcos, which was passed in 2020. This legislation, which limits police discretion and lowers the potential for escalation, is the first of its kind in the state of Texas. Her pretrial incarceration story was featured in PBS’s Independent Lens Documentary Series “45 Days," and is featured in “Racially Charged,” a Brave New Films project forthcoming in early 2021 and narrated by Mahershala Ali. Hicks has been a keynote speaker, featured writer, or mentor for Adroit's 2020 Summer Mentorship Program, Writers' League of Texas 2020 Workshop and Craft Talk series, the LA Review of Books 2019 Publishing Cohort, the Writers by the River Reading series, the 2020 OutWrite Festival, the 2014 Austin International Poetry Festival, the University of Texas, and Texas State University.
    • Links: [293][294][295][296][297][298][299][300][301][302][303][304][305][306][307][308][309][310][311][312][313][314][315][316][317][318][319][320][321][322][323][324][325][326][327][328][329][330][331][332][333][334][335][336][337]
  • Andrea Hintz, author of multiple acclaimed adventure book series including The Tesoro Series and Perception and Deception. [338] [339] [340]
  • Richard Raymond Haywood, British author, with over a million books downloaded. He is the creator of The Undead, a self-published series that has become a cult hit. Author of Extracted series, a best-selling time-travel series. [345]
  • Clint Hofer, American author born in St. Louis, Missouri on July 8th, 1952. Author of The One That Got Away (2019) which is a humorous novel set in St. Louis at the time of the Great Mississippi River Flood of 1993.
  • River J. Hopkins, American novelist, author of the best-selling book Sometime After Midnight: A Collection of Poetry & Short Stories, and the first book in The Outcrossed Series, Into the Forgotten Forest — see her website
  • Justin Hopper, American writer, poet and spoken word performer author of the The Old Weird Albion and Obsolete Spells and vocal performer and author of the spoken word and music album Chanctonbury Rings. Born in Binghamton, New York, 1972 now resident in the UK.

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  • Dale R. Horton (Dale Horton) - author of 109 Positive Poems and Quotes to Get You Through the Day. 5 star readers review rated author. Dale R. Horton is an author born and raised in Hollis, Queens, New York City. Owner of Valiant World Media Group and host of The Wrong Agenda podcast. Youtuber who does challenge videos Links to bio and interviews/news coverage: [349], [350], [351],[352]
  • Rachel Howard (novelist), American memoirist, novelist, and dance critic born 1976. Author of The Lost Night (Dutton 2005), a memoir about her father's unsolved murder, and The Risk of Us (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2019), a novel. The New York Times called The Lost Night "enthralling," and the San Francisco Chronicle named it one of the best books of the year. The Associated Press called The Risk of Us "gorgeous."
  • Tom Huddleston (writer), novelist and film critic. British author of popular childrens' novels including FloodWorld and sequel DustRoad, the Warhammer Advantures: Realm Quest series and three instalments in the official Star Wars: Adventures in Wild Space series. Film writer for The Guardian, Sight & Sound, the BFI, Little White Lies and Time Out, where he worked in-house on the film desk. Articles and reviews are referenced in several Wikipedia articles including Bone Tomahawk, Kill List, The Lego Movie among others. Also plays in London-based folk rock band The No Sorrows, self-titled LP available on Spotify: [353]. Not to be confused with actor Tom Hiddleston or footballer Tom Huddlestone. Further references on personal website: [354]
  • Emily Wallis Hughes, (Born in 1985. poet and editor. Author of Sugar Factory, a collection of poems with a series of paintings by writer and artist Sarah Riggs, in conversation with Hughes's poems. An editor at Fence. Born in Napa, California, grew up in small towns of Agua Caliente and El Verano in the Sonoma Valley. Currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Active in avant-garde poetry communities. Work influenced by and descending from Joanne Kyger, Matthew Rohrer, Rebecca Wolff, Tomaz Salamun, Charles Simic, Larry Eigner, Lorine Niedecker, Joe Wenderoth, New York School, and San Francisco Renaissance poets. Teaches creative writing at Rutgers - New Brunswick.) Links: [355], [356], [357], [358], [359], [360], [361], [362], [363], [364]
  • James A. Hunter, Born May 1986, is a bestselling American Fantasy and Science Fiction author with more than thirty novels published. He is an active member of SFWA (Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America) and best known for Rogue Dungeon, the Yancy Lazarus series, Bibliomancer (the Completionist Chronicles Expanded Universe), Shadowcroft Academy for Dungeons, and his LitRPG epic Viridian Gate Online. In addition to writing, James and his wife Jeanette run Shadow Alley Press, a publishing company based out of Lexington, Kentucky that focuses on Urban Fantasy, High Fantasy, Cultivation Novels, Military Science Fiction, and Gamelit stories. James Hunter is also a former Marine Corps Sergeant, combat veteran, and pirate hunter. He served from 2005 to 2009 and deployed twice with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, first to Iraq in 2007 and then in 2009 as part of CTF151 (Combined Task Force 151)—a multinational task force established to help mitigate piracy off the eastern coast of Somalia. - [365] [366] [367] [368] [369]
  • Olivia Hunter, British beginner novelist born 2004, author of Synthesis, a fictional book about an alternate victorian world with some disturbing secrets regarding a new type of slavery.
  • Roger Huntman, American novelist and game designer, author of Vampire Hotel revamped, Werewolf Therapy, Jack the Ripper's Secret, Vampire Hunter 101, Ancient Steel Fantasy Steampunk 101, Space Cadet Alpha, Trick or Treat the role playing game, Vampire Hunt, Ancient Steel Healer's Handbook, zombie convention. — see his profile on Amazon can be found at [370]

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  • Emaan Zahra Ijaz (born December 8 2003), author of Fleeing From The Flames, realistic fiction writer.

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  • Martha Jette - co-author of The Adventures of Mystics & Merrymakers
  • Daniel Ryan Jones (Daniel R. Jones is a writer from Indianapolis, IN. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Lindenwood University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Bethel College. He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief at Bez & Co, a Christian online literary journal. Previously, he’s worked published in over a dozen journals, newspapers, and magazines, including Aphelion, Black Rabbit Quarterly, Parody Poetry, and the South Bend Tribune. He was a 2017 nominee for the Rhysling Award with the Speculative Fiction Poetry Association and won an award for best poem in the 2013 edition of Crossings, Bethel College’s Literary Journal. Daniel R. Jones’ first poetry collection, The Wrenching of the Hip That Precedes the Blessing, was published in October 2020 with Wipf and Stock.) (Amazon Author Page, showcasing his book: [378]) (Author Website: [379]) (Listing as a 2017 Nominee for the Rhysling Award by the SFPA [380] (Publication in "In the Bend" Magazine: [381]) (Publication of book The Wrenching of the Hip That Precedes the Blessing with Wipf & Stock [382]) (Bez & Co, the online literary journal Daniel R. Jones serves as Editor-in-chief: [383]) (Duotrope listing of Bez & Co's literary journal: [384])

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  • Virginia Kahl (February 18, 1919 - November 4, 2004) was an American children's author and illustrator. She wrote or contributed to 16 books starting in the early 1950s.Her titles include The Duchess Bakes a Cake, The Habits of Rabbits, The Perfect Pancake, and How Many Dragons Are Behind the Door?. - [388], [389], [390], [391]
  • Emmanuel Ngwainmbi, known by the pseydonym Emmanuel Kane is a Cameroonian author who has spent most of his life in the United States. He is the author of 20 books, including novels and poetry collections, among them Sim’s Poetic Column; A Bush of Voices, Whispers on My Pillow, Theaters of War and Growing Flames, Fury and Lavender. Other writings appear in Sankofa, Chapel Hill Press, Janus; La Colombe, Yaoundé University Press; The Brave-War Veterans Anthology; Washington Review; Electric Acorn, Dublin, Ireland; Lynne Reiner Publishers; Symphony of Verse; New Poets of West Africa; Malthouse Press; New Horizons by Yaoundé University Press, Howard University Magazine, Sensations Magazine,, and more. Kane won the Kom-USA award for poetry. He serves on the Editorial boards of 12 peer-reviewed journals and a member of the Poets and Writers, Inc., Charlotte Writers Club, and others. Emanuel has received critical acclaim for his writings and awards in journalism and the social sciences from the Chinese Academy for Social Sciences, Family Christian Association of America, among others, for his contribution to the social sciences; cited by Nobel Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Pulitzer Prize winner Gwendolyn Brooks, and leading African-American Social Scientists Molefi Kete Asante and Blyden Jackson.
    • His writings have already caught the attention of readers and newspaper editors. Also, columnists and press reports at the Matthews Weekly, Virginia Pilot, Daily Advance, Charlotte Observer, Publishers Weekly, Lenka’s List, and Goodreads have already agreed to review the novels. His networks at LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms follow his work.
    • Links: [392], [393], [394], [395], [396]
  • Abhishek Kapoor (author) (Indian author; Best known book name: The Selfish Betrayals; Born on August 8, 1987 in Kanpur, India; He has verified knowledge panel on Google and also a verified author on Goodreads. He has contributed significantly towards technical training of students and young professionals of Kanpur. He initiated the Jagruk India online campaign. The Selfish Betrayals is the first book written by him and is dedicated to his two little ones, who were unfortunately lost at different points of times. He is the only author in the world to dedicate his book to the children that were lost due to miscarriage. Links: [397], [398], [399], [400], [401], [402], [403], [404], [405], [406], [407], [408]
  • Miriam Karpilove, Yiddish-language writer, her Diary of a Lonely Girl, or The Battle against Free Love was recently (2020) published in English translation by Syracuse University Press. [409], [410], [411], [412], [413]. Plenty more easily found with Google.
  • Peter Keating , (born March 22, 1964) British / Irish author. Author of Belisarius Military Master of the West Book One : Nika. [414] [415]
  • Constantino Khalaf, (born December 18, 1979), American author and journalist. Born Constantino Díaz-Durán. Co-author of Modern Kinship: A Queer Guide to Christian Marriage (Westminster John Knox Press, 2019). [416] [417] [418] [419] [420] [421]
  • David Khalaf, (born October 11, 1977) American author. Author of The Burdens Trilogy and co-author of Modern Kinship: A Queer Guide to Christian Marriage (Westminster John Knox Press, 2019). [422] [423] [424] [425] [426]
  • Sophia Khan ((born October 22, 1985) Pakistani-American author. Author of Dear Yasmeen and The Flight of the Arconaut ([427])
  • sydney khoo (stylised lowercase) is a non-binary author born in Australia to Malaysian Chinese parents ([428]). They are the author of The Spider and Her Demons (Penguin Australia, 2023) ([429]) and the recipient of the Penguin Random House Write It Fellowship 2019 ([430]). sydney is openly aromantic and asexual ([431]).
  • Tommy Keough ((born March 15, 1985) British author. Author of The Bogsproggler and The Bogsproggler: In Balen-Town) ([432])
  • Malavika Kannan, (born February 5, 2001) American author and activist. Author of The Bookweaver's Daughter (Tanglewood Publishing, 2020) and contributor to Teen Vogue, Huffington Post, and Refinery29. Founder of Homegirl Project, a national political organization for young women of color. [433] [] [] [434] [435] [436] [437]
  • Jones Kimberly, American novelist, author of I'm Not Dying With You Tonight — see his article at [438]

Kenkou Cross - Author of the Monster Girl Encyclopedia series - His fandom link ->

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  • Ian Lahey is an American author living in Italy. He writes science fiction, fantasy and historical fiction, all with a sprinkle of humor (See [448] and [449]). Among his books are The 45th Nail[10], WWII historical fiction set in Italy; Asylum[11] an illustrated tale for children, as well as nonfiction and various participations in short story anthologies since 2014.
  • Gabriel Longo, American writer, academic and ex-priest, author of Spoiled Priest— [456].

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  • Grant Maierhofer (born 30. June 1990 in Eau Claire, WI) is an American writer. He is the author of Flamingos (chosen as a best book of 2016 by Blake Butler for VICE Magazine), Peripatet, Drain Songs, and others. His work is available online and in print. He was previously the Hemingway Fellow at the University of Idaho. His work has earned accolades from Maggie Nelson, Kevin Killian, Sam Lipsyte, Dennis Cooper and more.
  • Fred Majdalany (born of Lebanese parents in Manchester in 1913, died 1967). During the Second World War he fought in North Africa, Sicily and Italy, was wounded and was awarded the M.C. In the closing months of the war, when he was Chief Instructor of an OCTU, he wrote his first novel 'The Monastery'. Later novels include 'Cassino' and 'Patrol', the latter republished 2020 by the Imperial War Museum. He was film critic of the Daily Mail. His work has been highly praised by William Boyd.
  • Sukanya Basu Mallik is an Indian author, social entrepreneur, multi-genre author, film and book critic, and undergraduate student researcher. She has published in various journals, magazines, and anthologies nationally and internationally, and released two books of her own. Currently, she is running an online literature festival. She has been recognized by six media houses for her initiative during the quarantine period. Her works can be seen on Reader’s Digest, Times Of India, Sahitya Akademi Bimonthly Journal, Lucidity Int. Poetry Journal, SEAL (South East Asian Literature) festival anthologies and AIPF Int. Anthology (Austin International Poetry Festival).
    • Crowned with The Best Manuscript Awards for fiction & non-fiction categories (Mumbai Litofest, Literature Festival 2018), she was also appreciated for her short story ‘Healing of Wounds’ by the National Children’s Literature Festival led by Ruskin Bond. Her latest releases include Mocktail and #Metoo. Her movie reviews have been published in various newspapers and journals like 'Just film' magazine, Different truths,'Creation and Criticism' (A Quarterly International Peer-reviewed Refereed e-Journal Devoted to English Language and Literature) and many more. She has extensively worked and published her research on 'The Expression: An International Multidisciplinary e-Journal', A Peer-Reviewed Journal | and "THE AERONAUTS: AN AMALGAM OF MANY DIFFERENT SITES AND MANY DIFFERENT VOYAGES" which was based on a contemporary movie. Her upcoming projects include a poetry film and a song that she has written. To learn more visit []
  • JR Mahung - is a Belizean-American poet from the South Side of Chicago and one half of Poetry duo Black Plantains with Malcolm Friend. They teach, write, and study in Amherst, MA. JR is a 2016 Pushcart Prize nominee, a 2017 Emerging Poet’s Incubator Fellow, and the 2018 Individual World Poetry Slam representative for the Boston Poetry Slam. Their poetry is published or forthcoming in Moko Literary Magazine, Maps for Teeth, WusGood,  Cosmonauts Avenue, Winter Tangerine, Freezeray Literary Journal, Drunk in a Midnight Choir, Cantab Anthology, Vinyl Poetry Journal and elsewhere. Their second collection of poems “Since When He Have Wings” is available on Pizza Pi Press.

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  • Thomas March (An essayist, performer, and poet, Thomas March is the author of Aftermath (2018), his first poetry collection, which poet Joan Larkin selected for The Word Works Hilary Tham Capital Collection. OUT Magazine praised its “diamond-sharp lyricism” and hailed it as “a stimulating, if sober, tonic for our times.” His work has appeared in The Account, The Adroit Journal, The Believer, Bellevue Literary Review, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, The Good Men Project, The Huffington Post, New Letters, OUT, Pleiades, RHINO, and Verse Daily, among others. Since 2018, he has been the host and curator of Poetry/Cabaret, a bi-monthly “variety salon” performance series. Nominated for four Broadway World Cabaret Awards (including “Best Variety Show or Recurring Series” and “Best Host or Emcee”), the show brings together the city’s top poets, comedians, and cabaret performers to share their responses to a common theme. Broadway World has called Poetry/Cabaret “a daring, edgy, and divinely human way of looking at art and artists.” He has performed his tragicomic monologues at venues across New York City, including Ars Nova, The Duplex, The Green Room 42, Joe’s Pub, and Sid Gold’s Request Room. With painter Valerie Mendelson, he is the co-creator of A Good Mixer, a character-based dramatic poetry and visual art hybrid project based on an obscure 1933 bartender’s guide of the same name—consider it a boozier, more urbane Spoon River Anthology. Excerpts from the project have already been included in curated shows at The Westbeth Gallery in New York City and at The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance in Narrowsburg, NY. Selections from the series were also featured as part of the S.T.E.P. (“Saunter, Trek, Escort, Parade”) project’s Fall 2018 exhibit at the Queens Museum and Flux Factory. With PEN America’s Prison Writing Program, he has served as a judge for the Prison Writing Contest’s poetry panel and for the inaugural L’Engle-Rahman Award for Mentorship. He has recently become a Contributing Editor to GRAND, a literary journal launched in 2021 and founded by Aaron Hicklin, Editorial Director of Document and proprietor of One Grand Books. He is a founding member of The Theaterists, a New York City collective of writers and performers informally affiliated with The Public Theater. A past recipient of the Norma Millay Ellis Fellowship in Poetry, from the Millay Colony for the Arts, he has also received an Artist/Writer grant from The Vermont Studio Center.)([478] [479] [480] [481] [482] [483] [484] [485] [486] [487])
  • T. J. Martinson (A fiction writer and novelist. His notable works are "The Reign of the Kingfisher" novel (2019), “Chickenshit.” published in JMWW (2022), “Miss May Piecework.” published in [PANK] Magazine (2015), “How to Tell Your Wife You’re Not Presbyterian.” published in Midwestern Gothic (2015), “The Street and the Stutter.” published in Petrichor Machine (2015), “Cursed Rain.” published in Pithead Chapel (2014), “Fallout.” published in Bartleby Snopes (2014), and “Tornado Alley.” published in Heavy Feather Review (2013) He is currently a Creative Writing professor at Murray State University (KY). He holds a PhD in English from Indiana University and a MFA in Literary Studies from Eastern Illinois University. His studies investigates metafiction.) ([488] [489])
  • Nenny May (is a teenage Nigerian author who independently published her debut novel MISSING at the age of 18 while studying law at Baze University. She didn't stop there, she went ahead to release a second book months after the first and has gained the attention of an international audience.) [490] [491] [492]
  • Melissa McCarter (born 27. February 1975 in Houston, TX) is an American writer. She is the author of the memoir Insanity: A Love Story. She writes about her struggles with bipolar disorder and infertility. She has also written fiction, including the novel What Moves Her. She is the editor of Joy, Interrupted: An Anthology on Motherhood and Loss. She is a graduate of Scripps College. Her PhD focused on feminism and composition studies. Mccarter is married to author William Matthew McCarter.[12]
  • Stuart McDonald (author) - author of The Adventures of Endill Swift, published in at least five languages, selected for the federation of children's book's pick of the year
  • Jaron McFall (born November 9, 1989) - American writer. He is the author of The Living Saga. Currently, book one, Surviving, is the only book of the series published. It is a post-apocalyptic fiction story that is based in East Tennessee.[13][14] Personal life: He is currently employed as a teacher at East Ridge Middle School in Whitesburg, TN.[15] He was the president of the Alpha Beta Iota chapter of Phi Theta Kappa while he attended Walters State Community College.[16] He graduated with an Honors Degree in History, Magna Cum Laude.[17] While attending Walters State, Jaron also was the recipient of the USA Today All Tennessee Academic Award.[18][19] He is also a graduate of East Tennessee State University where he graduated Cum Laude with a B.S. in History.[20]
  • Lára Michelsen (born 2. September 1996 in Iceland) is an Icelandic fiction author and blogger. She is the author of The Adventures of Raven Darling: Lessons learned in Tokyo as well as Goodbye, Ingrim. She writes creative writing resources on her website and is a travel blogger on Travels of 2 Sisters.
  • Cory Wheeler Mimms (born August 15, 1983) is an American writer. He is the author of the young adult novels Trailing Tennessee (Craigmore Creations, 2013) and Willa (Black Rose, 2019).[21][22][23][24] His short fiction has appeared in Joyland Magazine,[25] and he has reported for Oregon Business, Oregon Home, Beer West, and Pamplin Media.[26] He studied writing and publishing at Portland State University and screenwriting at New York Film Academy. [27][28]
  • Michelle Moloney King (born 4 August 1980) is an Irish poet, publishing editor of Beir Bua Press, founding editor of Beir Bua Journal, and primary school teacher. She has written experimental poetry collections and visual poetry collections on motherhood, loss, and the absurd surrealism of life through the lens of the avant-garde. She is the publishing editor of Beir Bua Press, a Tipperary-based indie poetry press.[29] Moloney King edits Beir Bua Journal which celebrates the unknown through video poetry, audio poetry, word poetry, and visual poetics. [30] Moloney King was nominated for a Pushcart in poetry after starting to specialise in neo-postmodern poetry during Ireland's first Lockdown [31] The movement from a mainly lyrical poetry scene in Ireland is being ushered in with passion and edge as is noted in the national newspapers by new poetry journals, like Beir Bua. [32]
  • Peter Moore (historian) is a British writer, historian, and professor. He has written the books Endeavour (2018), The Weather Experiment (2015) and Damn His Blood (2012). There are two other Peter Moore writers on Wikipedia but not this one. The Weather Experiment was one of the New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2015 and Endeavour was a Sunday Times History Book of the Year.[33][34][35]
  • Kelly Moran (author) is an American romance writer with multiple awards wins such as the RONE [36] for her book "Redemption" and the Catherine [37] for "Ghost of a Promise," plus finalist placements in the Holt Medallion [38] for "Ghost of You," Reviewer's Choice [39] for "The Dysfunctional Test," Reader's Favorite Silver Medal [40] for "Bewitched," and the RITA Awards [41] also for "Redemption." Her books have foreign translation rights in the Czech Republic, Romania, The Netherlands, and Germany [42] where she has routinely hit Spiegel's Bestseller list [43]. She's graced the "Top 10 Reads" & "Must Read" lists in USA Today's Lifestyle/Entertainment Section [44] often in her career, and she was a B&N March Pick [45] for "Return to Me." Though she has numerous titles to her name, she is probably best known for her "Redwood Ridge" [46] series. She was born in Wisconsin, but now resides in South Carolina.
  • Monica Murphy is a veterinarian and non-fiction author. Co-author, with husband Bill Wasik, of Rabid: A Cultural History of the World's Most Diabolical Virus, published by Viking in 2012, and nominated for the PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award. Her work has also appeared in Outside, Wired, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The New York Times "Kids" section. [493], [494], [495], [496], [497].

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  • Brandon Garic Notch (Born 16 April 1979, Saint Paul Minnesota, USA) American Actor and the Author of the book series 'Death is Only the Beginning' and 'Making Way For the New' He was born April 16, 1979 in the city of Saint Paul Minnesota, and currently calls the sunny California mountains his home. Brandon Notch is an independent artist, storyteller, writer, actor and tattooist.

Brandon Garic Notch is an artist, storyteller, actor, writer, tattooist, philanthropist, and member of San Bernardino Masonic Lodge: Phoenix Rising number 178, and a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Freemason. As a tattoo artist, Brandon Notch has become renowned for his exceptional skills and artistry. Each stroke of his tattoo machine is imbued with precision, creativity, and a deep understanding of his clients' desires. Notch's ability to bring their visions to life on their skin is nothing short of magical. His intricate designs, vibrant colors, and attention to detail have garnered him a dedicated following of tattoo enthusiasts who seek out his work from all corners of the globe.

Not content with being a master of one craft, Brandon Notch has also ventured into the realm of literature. As an author, he has penned several critically acclaimed books that explore the depths of human emotions and the complexities of life. Notch's writing style is captivating, with a raw honesty that resonates with readers on a profound level. Whether he is exploring themes of love, loss, or personal growth, his words have the power to transport readers to new worlds and evoke deep introspection.

Beyond his skills as a tattoo artist and author, Brandon Notch has also found success in the world of acting. His on-screen presence is magnetic, commanding attention and breathing life into every character he portrays. Notch's ability to inhabit a variety of roles with authenticity and depth is a testament to his versatility as an artist. Whether he's portraying a troubled protagonist or a charismatic villain, he brings a unique energy and intensity that captivates audiences and leaves a lasting impression.

What truly sets Brandon Notch apart is his unwavering dedication to his craft and his relentless pursuit of artistic excellence. He approaches each new endeavor with a hunger to push boundaries and challenge himself creatively. Notch's willingness to take risks and explore new avenues of self-expression has allowed him to continuously evolve as an artist, leaving an indelible mark on every medium he touches.

Notch's talent and artistry have not gone unnoticed. His work has garnered numerous accolades and recognition from both the artistic community and the public. Despite his success, Brandon Notch remains humble, constantly seeking inspiration and new ways to grow as an artist. He is known for his genuine interactions with fans and his willingness to share his knowledge and experiences with aspiring artists, making him a beloved figure in the creative world.

In an industry where specialization is often encouraged, Brandon Notch stands as a testament to the power of multidimensional creativity. His mastery of tattoo artistry, writing, and acting is a testament to his boundless imagination and his relentless pursuit of artistic expression. As he continues to leave his mark on the world, one can only imagine the new horizons he will explore and the new boundaries he will push. Brandon Garic Notch is a true artistic force, and his influence on the art world is set to endure for years to come.

Early Life: As a child Brandon Notch was a skater-kid and snowboarder. Surrounded by people covered in tattoos had sparked his curiosity as he started to pursue a career working as an artist. He eventually earned an apprenticeship at the age of 16 under Diamond Dave Rothburg of Body & Soul Tattoo in Sherman Oaks California. Brandon started out as a tattoo artist working in the Los Angeles area in the state of California. He is now an internationally recognized artist, author, and actor. Brandon continues working out of his private custom artistry workspace. Continuously cranking out unique custom art in his studio in between acting jobs while focusing on all aspects of art, from writing, to painting, and tattooing. The tattoo work you can expect to see from Brandon Notch ranges from American traditional tattoos to vibrant colored, black and gray, Japanese art and portrait tattoos to mention a few. The world-renowned workspace is commonly known as Sacred Saint Studio and has been around since 2001.

Career: Acting Brandon Garic Notch is a member of the Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, SAG-AFTRA. Brandon Notch started his acting career by playing small roles in music videos made by famous pop stars like YG Feat. A$AP Rocky: Handgun and Logic: One Day feat. Ryan Tedder. He then got his first break when he landed a role in the movie Street Dreams: Los Angeles starring Lester Speight, Vanessa Deleon, and Siya. In 2020 Brandon got cast in the movie Birds of Prey next to a cast that included Margot Robbie, Ewan McGregor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett, Rosie Perez, and Chris Messina. Brandon played in the Last Looks TV series starring Ron Gilbert, Dakota Fanning, Rai Quartley, and Brandon Garic Notch.

Writing: He is also prominent for writing a series of entertaining and provocative books with themes of magic, psychology, metaphysics, and Kabbalah. With fascinating story telling exposing one to the dark arts, metaphorically speaking. (July 28, 2016) Death Is Only the Beginning by Brandon Notch, Publisher: AuthorHouse ISBN-10: 1524620882 ISBN-13: 978-1524620882 UNSPSC Code: 55101500 and (2023) Making Way For The New: Seven Steps to Spiritual Alchemy to name a few of his published works.

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  • N.G.K. (born 28 October 1978 in Pontypool, Wales) is a British writer. He uses his initials as his pen name. He is the author of the children's picture book series 'Harry The Happy Mouse'. ([498]). The books focus on teaching different values such as kindness, teamworking, saying thank you and 'pay it forward'. ([499]).
  • Daniela I. Norris (born 7 September 1971 in Bucharest, Romania) is a Canadian-Israeli novelist and writer. A former diplomat, she is the author of Recognitions Trilogy and several other titles, and the recipient of the John C Laurence award from the UK Society of Authors, UK. She is a member of the Quebec Writers’ Federation, Society of Women Writers and Journalists, UK and Goodwill Ambassador for the UK Charity Children of Peace. Links: [500], [501], [502], [503], [504], [505], [506], [507], [508], [509]
  • Christopher Nuin (Krzysztof Ireneusz Fiszer, born 5 May 1990, Sztum, Poland. Polish author writing under a pseudonym Christopher Nuin, self-publishes as Krzysztof Fiszer. Author of fantasy short stories, as well as poems and song lyrics.) [510], [511], [512]
  • Federico Navarrete was born in San Salvador, El Salvador, in 1990. He is the writer of the first collection of Salvadoran Folkloric books in English, Timeless Stories of El Salvador. The collection contains over 60 stories from different sectors, for example, urban, colonial and indigenous legends (mainly Cuzcatlecs, Mayas and Lencas), fairytales, and folktales from all over El Salvador. [525][526][527][528][529]

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  • Christina Olivares is a Cuban-American poet and essayist. She is the author of No Map of the Earth Includes Stars[47], winner of the 2014 Marsh Hawk Poetry Prize[48], and of Interrupt, a 2015 chaplet by Belladonna* Collaborative[49]. She is a recipient of a 2018 BRIO Nonfiction Award [50], two Jerome Travel and Study Grants (2014 & 2010)[51], and a 2015 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Residency[52]. Author page and bio[53]. No Map of the Earth Includes Stars was reviewed by Jacket2[54] and micro-reviewed by the Poetry Foundation's Harriet[55]. Her poetry has been anthologized in Bettering American Poetry Volume 2[56]. Her nonfiction has been published in Makhzin[57] and the Kenyon Review Online[58]. Olivares received her MFA in Poetry from CUNY Brooklyn College and her BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from Amherst College.
  • Deonte Osayande is an American poet and non-fiction writer. He is the author of three books of poetry: Class, Circus, and Civilian. He has been published in several journals, including Curbside Splendor, Front Porch Review, Missing Slate, and Troubadour 21. He is also a noted performance poet, with noted performances at the Toronto Poetry Slam and Last Poet Standing, among others. He was a winner of the Knight Arts Challenge in 2015.[59]
  • Robert P. Ottone (born March 5, 1984) is an American novelist and short story writer from New York. He is the author of four books in the horror genre, as well as three short story collections. He has been published in multiple fiction anthologies and online, including Even in the Grave, Unburied and In The Shadow of the Horns. His non-fiction writing has been published by Interstellar Flight Press[60], Weird House Magazine and many others. He is also the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Triangle. [61]

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  • S. K. Paisley, is a Scottish crime author and writer of Tartan Noir. Born Sian Duffy on May 8, 1981 in Glasgow, Scotland. She has an LLB, as well as degrees in English and Theatre Studies and Teaching from the University of Glasgow. Her first novel, Take a Breath, was published in 2014 and shortlisted for the Scottish New Writer's Award. The E-book went on to become a best-seller, placing in the top ten best-selling books in the Amazon Kindle Store during 2014. It was translated into Italian and published as Chiudi gli occhi (Close Your Eyes) by Rome based publisher, Fanucci Publishing, although their rights were later withdrawn due to their failure to pay the contracted royalties.
    • Paisley has traveled extensively, living in Glasgow, London, Santiago, Hamburg (where she met fellow Scottish author Irvine Welsh during his tour there in 2013), Amsterdam, Montreal and Ottawa. She continued writing short stories, screenplays and finally completed her second novel in 2020 during the periodic of isolation mandated due to the coronavirus pandemic. Paisley presented the award for Best Drama Screenplay at the Monaco International Film Festival Awards 2020, alongside Italian actress Antonella Salvucci and Canadian journalist Tammi Christopher. He Grieving series of novels include Take a Breath (Celandine Books 2014) and Madness & Soil (Celandine Books 2020). Screenplays: Take a Breath (2019) -
  • Debra Parmley (born June 7, 1962 in Columbus, Ohio), is an American author of romantic fiction. Adopted as Debra Anne Bishop when she was months old by John (Jack) Milner and Mary Maxwell Bishop, she was raised in Springfield, Ohio. Debra graduated from Shawnee High School in June, 1980 and from Springfield Joint Vocational School's merchandising program. She married Michael Parmley on Feb. 28, 1981. They have two sons. Debra has a BA in English Literature from Marywood University. Currently living in the Memphis, TN area with her husband. Her career began when her first novel A Desperate Journey was in the American Title II contest, sponsored by Romantic Times Book Lovers Magazine and Dorchester_Publishing in 2006. Ten unpublished romance novelists competed for one publishing contract with Dorchester Publishing, readers voted online and each month two authors were voted off. Debra made it to the second round and then signed with an agent who sold her book to Samhain Publishing. A Desperate Journey came out a year later in ebook in 2008 and in print in 2009. Debra went on to sign with Desert Breeze Publishing, Secret Cravings Publishing [530] DCL Publications [531] and Boroughs Publishing Group [532]. In 2013 she self published Twilight Dips, an anthology of her early poetry from her college days. She hosted Book Lights Radio, for Readers Entertainment from 2016 to 2017 where she interviewed authors of fiction every Tuesday night on Blogtalk Radio. In 2017 she opened Belo Dia Publishing Inc. to publish most of her back list and became a hybrid author.
    • List of standalone novels: A Desperate Journey (Samhain Publishing 2008 in eBook, 2009 in print, republished by Belo Dia Publishing Inc. 2016), Aboard the Wishing Star (Desert Breeze Publishing, republished by Belo Dia Publishing Inc. 2016), Dangerous Ties (Desert Breeze Publishing, republished by Belo Dia Publishing Inc.), Isabella (Bride of Ohio; American Brides series, Belo Dia Publishing 2016), Check Out (Belo Dia Publishing Inc. 2017), Jenna's Christmas Wish (Belo Dia Publishing Inc. 2018), The Twelve Stitches of Christmas (co-author Robert Arrow, Belo Dia Publishing Inc. 2018). Special Forces Operation Alpha World series: Protecting Pippa, (Originally Kindle Worlds, republished by Aces Press 2018), Split Screen Scream (Aces Press 2018). Brotherhood Protectors World series: Montana Marine, (originally [[533]], republished by Twisted Pages Press, 2018), Defensive Instructor (Twisted Pages Press, 2018), Marine Protector (Twisted Pages Press, 2018). Butterflies Fly Free series series: Trapping the Butterfly (book one), Dancing Butterfly (book two). The Hunger Roads Trilogy series; A Change of Scenery (book one, Belo Dia Publishing Inc. 2018). Poetry: Twilight Dips (poetry anthology, 2013).[62][534] [535]

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  • Anthony Quinn (novelist) is an English author of novels and film criticism. "Anthony Quinn was born in Liverpool in 1964. He was educated at St Francis Xavier’s College, a Catholic Grammar School, and at Pembroke College, Oxford, where he read Classics. His earliest break in journalism was to write book reviews for the recently launched Independent, whose literary editor was Sebastian Faulks. He has interviewed many writers, including Lorrie Moore, Alan Hollinghurst, William Boyd, Sarah Waters, Richard Ford, Michael Frayn, PJ O’Rourke, Ian McEwan, the Amises pere et fils. He was for fifteen years the film critic of the Independent (1998-2013). Having been a judge on the 2006 Man Booker Prize he wrote his first novel the following year: the two events may have been related. The Rescue Man (2009) won the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award. His next book, London, Burning, will be published in March 2021. He lives in Islington." Books include: The Rescue Man (2009).Half of the HumanRace (2011).The Streets (2012).Curtain Call (2015).Freya (2016).Eureka (2017).Our Friends in Berlin (2018).Klopp: My Liverpool Romance (2020).London, Burning (2021).[64] He grew up Catholic but doesn't consider himself a "Catholic novelist" (paywall).[65] Other sources (ignoring reviews).[66][67][68][69][70][71] GordonGlottal (talk) 21:49, 6 February 2022 (UTC)[reply]

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  • Vanessa Ravencroft, American novelist, author of Eric Olafson, Space Pirate — she is easily found all over the net by googling. Since I am Vanessa I have a conflict of Interest creating the post myself. [536], [537], [538], [539]
  • Brad Ricca, writer and filmmaker from Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  • J. D. Richardson American Novelist/non-fiction writer. Author of "Serenity War: A Noble Series Book", "Modern Bible Companion: A guide to reading the New Testament", and "Coaching Flag Football: What to expect as a parent volunteer (and how to succeed)" He uses J.D. Richardson for his Fiction pen name and Jason Richardson for his Non-Fiction. Since I am J. D. I have a conflict of interest and am unable to create the page. The URLs below have a description of the author. - author page, Goodreads page for fiction, Goodreads page for non-fiction, Serenity War book page
  • Greg Roensch writer of “The Guitarist in the Doorway Fiction” about San Francisco Homeless Crisis. Greg Roensch is a writer who lives in San Francisco, California. In addition to owning a writing and editing business (Six String Communications), Greg writes books for young adults, travel articles, short stories, and songs. I am not Greg Roensch and I have never met him or had contact with him. [555] [556] [557]
  • Don Ryan - (1889-1978) author of Angel's Flight (1927) and 3 other Los Angeles novels. Brief bio at [72] NOT THE MONTANA POLITICIAN

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  • Shannon Sankey, American poet, author of We Ran Rapturous (The Atlas Review 2019), winner of The Atlas Review 2019 TAR Chapbook Contest: [[558]]. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1993. Founder of Stranded Oak Press [[559]].
  • Jill Santopolo, America writer, author of The Light We Lost, Kirkus Starred, a Reese Witherspoon bookclub suggestion, NYTImes Bestseller.
  • Erik Schubach (Author of the Techromancy Scrolls) (Film Director of Zombie Hotline), born July 28, 1966 in Lakenheath England, is a bestselling American fiction author of lgbt romance, paranormal, and scifi novels. - Goodreads, IMDB, and Amazon.
  • Rob Sears (Bestselling writer of humour books The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump[560], Vladimir Putin Life Coach [561] and Choose Your Own Apocalypse with Kim Jong-un & Friends [562], all published by Canongate [563]. Written about in publications including The Guardian, [564]The New Statesman [565] and McSweeneys [566])

Other Names: Norma Simon; Norma Bernice Simon Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit, MI: Gale, 2002. From Contemporary Authors Online. Full Text: COPYRIGHT 2018 Gale, a Cengage Company

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  • Ida Therén, Swedish writer. [592] Author of 2020 novel Att omfamna ett vattenfall (To Embrace a Waterfall) [593] and a collection of her articles 2007-2017 [594]. Editor of Swedish literary journal CONST Literary Preview [595]. Freelance journalist for some of Sweden's most prominent newspapers and magazines. [596] []
  • Dane Thomas - (b. 1989) American poet. He is the author of Black and Blue published in November 2017, and Light in the Darkness published in August 2018. He earned a bachelors degree in Business/Marketing from Huntington University. link to his website, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: [597], [598], [599], [600]
  • Steven Toussaint, 1986-, is an American-New Zealand author of poetry. His book Lay Studies was shortlisted for the Mary and Peter Biggs Award for poetry at the 2020 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards. He is married to Man Booker Prize Winning novelist, Eleanor Catton. - [601], [602], [603], [604], [605], [606]
  • Yoshio Toyoshima, Japanese translator and author of short stories, novels, and children's tales. Toyoshima was said to be highly respected by Osamu Dazai. There is already a detailed Japanese Wikipedia article on Toyoshima, so it may be best to selectively translate that as a start: [607].
  • Jack Townsend, American author and blogger. He is the creator of "Tales from the Gas Station," an internet-based serial story and winner of the "NoSleep" subreddit's "Best Series of 2017." He is also the author of the novel "Tales from the Gas Station: Volume One," based on the internet series. His blog can be found at [608]
  • Martin Turnell - British literary critic, author of well regarded works on French literature including 'The Art of French Fiction', 'The Novel in France', 'Jean Racine, Dramatist', 'Baudelaire'. He contributed to Scrutiny, to the NY Review of Books and to the Spectator between about 1930 and the early 1960s. He worked for the BBC for about 10 years. But there is, very oddly, no biographical information anywhere about him. His books, where there is normally some brief account to be found, give nothing, not even a date of birth. I don't know how one would go about getting any information - there must still be people alive who knew him, maybe his publisher would be a way in? I don't know if he is still alive. If so, he will be of very advanced age. He was. probably still is, a significant and influential critic for a generation of English readers. He brought to the French tradition the spirit of English criticism of the day, always focused on evaluation, close reading, and a humane accurate and balanced sensibility.
  • Annette Turngren, 1903-1980, was an American author of children's mystery novels. In the novel, Flaxen Braids, she wrote of her mother's childhood in Sweden, before emigrating to the United States.
  • Andrew Turpin, author of the Joe Johnson series of thrillers. Originally from Grantham, Lincolnshire, now in St. Albans in Hertfordshire. [609]

V edit

  • Amber Vilate; English author of: A look into the life and love of Severus Snape : An Essay

  • Maithy Vu; a Vietnamese American author, editor, and actor. Her published works include the novella Wounded Wisteria and the novel Squid Season. - [614]], [[615]], [[616]]

W edit

  • Tarl Warwick - Vermont author of various works related to the occult and cryptids
  • Theodore Wheeler (novelist); an American author of topical subjects set on the Plains. Author of two novels, Kings of Broken Things and In Our Other Lives, and a short fiction collection. Winner of National Endowment for the Arts creative writing fellowship, fellowship at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Nebraska Book Award. Published in Best New American Voices, Kenyon Review, Southern Review, Narrative. Official Website:; news coverage sample: [618], [619], [620], [621], [622]

Y edit

  • J. Yuvanesh, Indian novelist, who published his first book at the age of 25. Author of 'What life is all about' – [[627]]; see his blog at [[628]]

Z edit

  • Carolyn Zaikowski poet, experimental novelist, hybrid writer, essayist. Has also written widely about feminism, veganism, ableism, and having Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Author of the fragmentary/experimental novels In a Dream, I Dance by Myself, and I Collapse (winner of Civil Coping Mechanisms' Mainline Contest, 2016)and A Child Is Being Killed (Aqueous Books) which poet Eileen Myles called "a saint of a little book". Work has been published in The Washington Post, The Rumpus, Denver Quarterly, Entropy, Everyday Feminism, Nebula: Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship, PANK, DIAGRAM, Huffington Post, Dusie, West Branch, and elsewhere. Work on trauma and literary theory ("traumatized texts"), veganism, feminism, and ableism been cited in several academic peer reviewed articles (see google scholar), Quartz, and elsewhere. Reviews and interviews in The Rumpus, Razorcake, Big Other, Entropy, HTMLGIANT, Eileen Myles's website, interview series by Rob McLennan (see his blog), Which Side Podcast, Grab the Lapels, Rain Taxi, and elsewhere.

Works edit

Non-fiction edit

Comics edit

Novels edit

Defense Command series edit

  • The Almost Coup (ISBN 0-9780916-1-2) - science-fiction novel by Kenneth Tam; July 2006, Iceberg Publishing (; second novel in the Defense Command series (; preceded by The Rouge Commodore; succeeded by The Hawke Mission
  • The Hawke Mission - third novel in the Defense Command series; preceded by The Almost Coup
  • The Rouge Commodore - first novel in the Defense Command series; succeeded by The Almost Coup

Duckett & Dyer series edit

The Equations series edit

Girls of Paper and Fire series edit

Wilder Good series edit

Wuxia edit

Sal Kilkenny Series edit

Janine Lewis series edit

Polar Bear Explorers' Club series edit

Wraeththu edit

Scott & Bailey Series edit

Max Einstein Series edit

Other detective novels edit

Autobiographical novels edit

"Will Wilder" series (by Raymond Arroyo) edit

Here is a links to some info about the books: [700], [701], [702]

Novellas edit

Religious literature edit

Web serials edit

Other/unknown edit

Authors (other than poets, dramatists and fiction writers) edit

  • Jenny Alexander - UK author of scores of books for children including Blue Peter Book Club "How to get what you want, by Peony Pinker", Red House Highly Commended "Car-mad Jack' and amazon bestseller "Bullies, Bigmouths and So-called Friends" - most recently three books for adults about writing - "Writing in the House of Dreams: Unlock the power of your unconscious mind", "Happy Writing: Beat your blocks, be published and find your flow" and "Free-Range Writing: 75 forays for the wild writer's soul" Articles for writers in Mslexia, Writers' Forum, Writing Magazine and The Author - monthly column in Writing Magazine. Teaches for organisations including Society of Authors, Scattered Authors' Society, the Arvon Foundation, Lapidus, Mantle Arts, Writing magazine.
  • Kit Cox- author and illustrator of "How to bag a Jabberwock: a practical guide to monster hunting"(under the pen name Major Jack Union), the Benjamin Gaul Adventures "The Monster Hunter""Smoke and Mirrors",The Dr Tripps' chronicles "Kaiju cocktail""Moon monster""Time terror"and the cold war fantasy drama "Morningwood"
  • Alexandra Berlina - author of Brodsky Translating Brodsky & Viktor Shklovsky: A Reader; she is mentioned in a couple of articles on translation (the books are not biographies, hence I am not listing her at Wikipedia:Requested articles/Biography/By profession#Non-fiction writers
  • S.G.C. Middlemore (Samuel George Chetwynd Middlemore) - author
  • Lara Platman (Author, Photographer and Broadcaster) ([706], [707], [708], ​[709], [710])

Fictional elements edit

Fictional character edit

Fictional locations edit

Literature-related awards edit

  • Author Elite Awards - Author Elite Awards are bestowed for literary merit and publishing excellence in the writing and publishing industry. They are conferred annually by Author Academy Elite (AAE) and presented at the Author Elite Awards Ceremony. The various category winners are bestowed a special award, officially called the "Elite Boon of Merit." The winner in each category will have an opportunity to have a 90-second book synopsis video shared to a global audience. Authors of all kinds—indie (self-published), traditional, or collaborative published—may be considered for this prestigious award. The top ten finalists in each category are invited to present their book synopsis at the Author Elite Awards Red Carpet
  • Micro Award - annual juried award, not a contest; given to the best story of under 1,000 words published in English during a calendar year; private money funds the award; editors nominate work just as they do for the Pushcart Prize and similar honors
  • Mark Twain American Voice in Literature Award - Presented by the Mark Twain House. The award, established in 2016, "honors a work of fiction from the previous calendar year that speaks with an “American Voice” about American experiences. The award carries a $25,000 cash prize underwritten by bestselling author and former trustee of the Mark Twain House and Museum, David Baldacci."

Literature-related events edit

Literature-related lists edit

Literature-related organizations edit

Publishing companies edit

  • Sunbury Press - An American independent book publishing company founded in 2004 and headquartered in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Some of its authors include former Pennsylvania Congressman Jason Altmire; Pat LaMarche, a former two-time Maine gubernatorial candidate and ex-vice presidential candidate on the Green Party presidential ticket for the 2004 U.S. presidential election; former Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Mark Singel; Duquesne University President Ken Gormley; singer/songwriter Calvin Richardson; and actor/playwright Laurence Luckinbill.

Websites edit

Literary movements and styles edit

A–F edit

  • agricultural theory
  • bibliomystery [725]
  • Bosnian Mmeieval literature - history of literature in the territory of twhat is oday Bosnia and Herzegovina ,focusing on the medieval period.There already exists such an article,in Bosnian and,apparently,Russian, but no translations to either English or any other languages. bs:Bosanska srednjovjekovna književnost
  • Chechen literature
  • chi-chu - literary style mentioned in Wikipedia article about the Yellow Emperor involving assembling writing from fragments of various sources (I think) - unable to find any wiki or other search engine articles on it, nor any online books a bout it - even trying different spelling variants and combinations, though I realise this can subtly change meaning in the translation from Chinese to English.
  • culinary mystery -
  • dolphin and whale spot - term; (on the cranium) quoted by David Foster Wallace in Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip with David Foster Wallace by David Lipsky. Pg. 295. "'And she said that there were these various chakras and one of the big ones was what she called the spout hole, at the very top of your cranium' [He demonstrates where it is, the dolphin and whale spot.]".

G–Z edit

Poetry edit

Works and publications edit

Books edit

Periodicals edit

  • Weekly Humorist - A weekly magazine featuring editorial satire, cartoons, pop culture, lists and humor fiction. The magazine is edited by Marty Dundics. ([734])

Stage and theatre edit

People (playwrights and others) edit

Non-people edit

A–K edit

L–Z edit

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