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J.F. Riordan
J.F. Riordan was born in New Jersey and first moved to Michigan, then Wisconsin as a child. At the age of 14 she decided to become an opera singer, and was fortunate in the aftermath to have been able to sing. At 16, after two years of high school, she...
janet garber
Janet Garber, formerly a Chief HR Officer, has had her fiction, articles, essays, book and movie reviews and poems published widely in print and online. Her book, I Need a Job, Now What? (Silver Lining Books) is a how-to guide to seeking employment, and her new book, Dream Job,...
Marylee MacDonald
I love to read books as well as write them, but having to deal with social media gives me less time than I would like. I have a Master's in Creative Writing, but I spent many years working as a carpenter and then working for home improvement magazines. That background...
Robert Joe Stout
Poet, fiction writer and journalist, Robert Joe Stout’s books include the novels Miss Sally, Running Out the Hurt and Where Gringos Don’t Belong. Three nonfiction books about the culture and politics of Mexico have appeared since 2003 in addition to articles, essays and creative nonfiction in print and online...
Diana Stout
Screenwriter, author, and former English professor, Diana Stout, MFA, Ph.D. writes full-time and enjoys helping others become better writers. People say, "She smiles when she talks about writing." She's placed and won awards in multiple genres having written romance, fiction, nonfiction, newspaper and magazine columns, plays, poetry, and screenplays,...
RA Winter
Writers of many genres. Most are about Native Americans.
Dr Hari Om
Dr. Hari Om is one of the gems that our India has ever produced. An ordinary boy born in the small village, known as “Katari” in the district of Sultanpur Uttar Pradesh, had extraordinary talents which are yet to be polished. Being good in studies he mutates...
Kate Frost
Kate Frost has wanted to be an author ever since she wrote her first novel during the long months she spent off school following open heart surgery when she was seven. The novel was called London's Burning and was a time travel story set during the Great Fire of London....
Devon Ellington
The world is a fascinating place and I hope you'll explore it with me through story!
L.M.Giannone is a writer, poet, and author based in San Francisco, CA.
Bernard Jan
"There is no greater joy than to share what you love with those who appreciate it." - Bernard Jan Bernard Jan is an author – a novelist and a poet – from Croatia, seeking representation of a literary agent for his work translated into English. ...
Moheen Reeyad
Author, poet, editor, founding member of a Bengali literary movement, independent filmmaker, photographer, journalist, and founder of a publication. Moheen’s writings, including poetry, prose, criticisms, stories have been published in different little magazines, literary magazines-pamphlets, fortnightly magazines, and newspapers throughout the country. A few of the writings...
Michael Reed
My book, "Songs From Richmond Avenue," is a literary satire set in Houston, Texas. It has been available since November 2016 and just gone into its second edition.
Isham Cook
American novelist and essayist based in China since 1994. Writing philosophy: downmarket, big concept, provocative, discriminating, outrageous. Influences: Ballard, Beckett, Borges, Dick, Kafka, Hesse, Melville, Mishima, Sade.
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Alison Armstrong
A writer of dark fiction, I explore realms of dream and memory, the undying muses and terrors of nocturnal imagination.
Writer/Artist/Fflâneuse (a female observer-wanderer), Evy has always been fascinated with words and seduced by beautiful prose. She loves Jane Austen and invokes her spirit every time she spins tales of love, loss, and finding one’s way–stories she interweaves with mystery or intrigue and sets in various locales. ...
Yorker Keith
Yorker Keith lives in Manhattan, New York City. He loves literature, theatre, classical music, opera, and art. He holds an MFA in creative writing from The New School. His literary works have been recognized four times in the William Faulkner – William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition as a finalist or...
Graeme Neale
ARCHIPELAGO is a metaphorical fugue of dissonance that conflates, and confronts, supra-realities with the ineffable nature of language. Saying less, and eschewing the egotistical notional worries of directly writing about the novel, I would wish to direct you to a fulsome review of its contents: Herewith the...
Muhammad Nasrullah Khan
Do you love literature? Here, then, are strange and wonderful literary short stories from my collection. This book will make you feel weird and wonderful at the same time.
John H. Paddison
John H. Paddison is Emeritus Professor of English at Central Arizona College, where he is still employed on a part-time basis as the Director of International Studies. Prior to his service at Central Arizona College, he had teaching assignments at Northern Arizona University, Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona, and...
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